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Wreckage and debris lie scattered on a mountain slope on the crash site of Germanwings flight A320 near Seyne Les Alpes, France, 24 March 2015

  1. British nationals are thought to have been on board a Germanwings plane which crashed in France, killing all 150 people on board. Read more at ITV News

  2. Ed Miliband reveals his brother David won't be involved in Labour's election campaign

  3. An inquiry into how NHS patients were given contaminated blood products in the 1070s and 80s will publish its findings today

  4. A highly critical report from a House of Lords committee says the government has yet to make a convincing case for the 50 billion pound high-speed rail project HS2

  5. Italy's top appeals court will decide today whether to uphold Amanda Knox's conviction for the murder of British student Meredith Kercher in Perugia in 2007

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Call for adult rating for violent video games

Credit: Tim Ireland/PA

Video games that depict explicit content such as torture and murder should have an "adult only" rating certificate in order to protect children, according to a report from a police commissioner.

According to research by Northamptonshire Police and Crime Commissioner, more than a quarter of children have accessed games they knew they were underage for. One in four have seen something online that upset them, with video games being the most common cause.

This morning we want to know how computer games affect your children - and what do you do about it?

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Nick Clegg on being a family man

The pressure put on us over the years would have broken other political parties

– Nick Clegg on how he feels the Lib Dems have remained united

In the latest of our special interviews getting to know the main party leaders, Kate Garraway met up with Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg, who reflects on his five years in government, what he thinks of David Cameron and balancing family life.

The interview took place before the Dispatches programme revealed he was secretly filmed meeting a potential donor and discussing ways the businessman could avoid public attention.

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Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. David Cameron has said he will not put himself forward for a third term as Prime Minister if he remains in 10 Downing Street after the 7 May General Election

  2. Cancer survival rates in the UK are at or behind a level that many other European countries had already achieved by the late 1990s, according to new analysis released today by Macmillan Cancer Support

  3. The Ministry of Defence is expected to reaffirm its commitment to the Falklands today following a review of the island's defences

  4. Video games that depict explicit content such as torture and murder should have an "adult only" rating certificate in order to protect children, according to a report from a police commissioner

  5. A man in his fifties has been arrested on suspicion of murder in connection to the disappearance of Claudia Lawrence six years ago

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'We'll try and win as many votes as we can'

The Liberals in my view have got into the position they're in now - political annihilation.

– SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon

In the run up to the General election we've been taking a look at the people fighting for votes. This morning it's the turn of the Leader of the Scottish National Party, Nicola Sturgeon.

She told Good Morning Britain that her party would do a better job in a coalition than the Liberal Democrats. Former SNP first minister Alex Salmond has already made it clear his party will use its seats at Westminster to try and steer Labour policy.

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Will you be raising a glass for your local pub?

People across the country are being asked to raise a glass their favourite local pubs today in a bid to save them from closure.

It's all part of a push by the government to list local pubs as assets of community value so they can be given extra protection to stay open.

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