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Donald Trump is celebrating a huge victory! The Republican now looks almost certain to be the party's candidate for President as his main rival, Ted Cruz, dropped out of the race overnight.
Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis has stepped into the racism row engulfing Jeremy Corbyn's Labour party, claiming it has a severe anti-Semitism "problem".
One scam every minute - a shocking new report out today reveals a dramatic rise in the number of people being targeted by fraudsters. Do you know just how much damage they can do? 450,000 UK scams will be attempted in our airtime alone this morning.
We'll be meeting the woman who gave birth to baby on M42 hard shoulder after going into labour in a traffic jam. The father-to-be made a frantic 999 call just before 5.30pm on Saturday to say his wife was about to give birth and they were stuck in queues east of Birmingham.
And Dame Joan Collins is joining us live all morning to talk sex, scandal and being Absolutely Fabulous!
Trading Standards has launched an investigation after a two-year-old boy nearly died after he was found hanging from a loop attached to a lift-up bed base.
Buddy George was found by his mother hanging unconscious from the ottoman at the family's home in Kirk Hallam, Derbyshire, on Monday morning. A neighbour resuscitated him before he was rushed to the Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham where he made a full recovery.
Thousands of parents are taking their kids out of school today and going on strike, to protest against new SATs exams being introduced next week.
Both parents and teachers alike are up in arms about the new exams which they say are too hard, and mean children are having to cram for exams, missing out on other key lessons.
The average youngster aged 11-16 posts on social media 26 times a day - and fewer than half of a child's followers or 'friends' are real friends, according to a safeguarding charity.
Internet Matters warns four out of 10 children have also admitted removing privacy settings to attract more followers and are ignoring age limits and using decoy apps to fool their parents.
We meet a mum who banned her 12-year-old daughter from a social media app when she found she'd been falling out with people on there - plus we discuss the issue of children's online safety further with Carolyn Bunting from Internet Matters.
It's Rocky Balboa times a hundred
Leicester City have won the Premier League title in one of the greatest sporting stories of all time. Tottenham's 2-2 draw at Chelsea last night confirmed a stunning achievement for Claudio Ranieri's side.
The team gathered at striker Jamie Vardy's house to watch the game and a video of them celebrating as soon as final whistle blew was posted on twitter.
Leicester started the campaign as 5,000-1 outsiders for the title after almost being relegated last season.
Schools are braced for "strike" action by children after tens of thousands of people signed a petition supporting a boycott in protest over exams for six and seven year olds. The Let Our Kids Be Kids campaign wants parents across England to keep their children off school today, saying they are "over-tested, over-worked and in a school system that places more importance on test results and league tables than children's happiness and joy of learning".
Who's friends with your child online? The average youngster aged 11-16 posts on social media 26 times a day but fewer than half of their followers or "friends" are real friends. Four out of 10 have also admitted removing privacy settings to attract more followers, according to the safeguarding charity Internet Matters, who say that children are ignoring age limits and using decoy apps to fool their parents.
The deadline for bids to buy Tata's Port Talbot steel plant - and potentially secure thousands of jobs - approaches tonight. 65 potential bidders have expressed an interest but so far only commodities group Liberty House has confirmed it will go through to the next stage of the process.
A family whose two-year-old son nearly died after getting caught in a strap on his parents' lift-up bed is warning other parents about the dangers. Trading standards are also warning parents to remove or cut the loop and want manufacturers to remove the strangulation hazard. We're joined by the family to find out more.
Bluebells may be one of the most beautiful signs of Spring, but the Woodland Trust are concerned about people trampling over the delicate flowers.
They say an area the size of Wembley Stadium is damaged every season as visitors go off the official paths to get a better picture.
Laura is at Langley Wood, where they have five acres of flowers.