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The Prince of Wales is given a talk on farming during his visit to the Burren in County Clare, an ancient and dramatic stony outcrop famed for its rare plant life, biodiversity and archaeology on on the first day of his Royal visit to the Republic of Ireland

  1. Prince Charles prepares to make an emotional visit to the place where his great uncle Lord Mountbatten was murdered by the IRA

  2. Thomas Cook is expected to announce an increase in profits, as a poll suggests a third of people would consider cancelling holidays with the company after is response to the deaths of two children in Corfu

  3. the Police Federation is warning bobbies on the beat are an endangered species because of budget cuts

  4. Too many terminally ill patients are dying without dignity because of poor end-of-life care in the NHS

  5. Nine men are still being questioned by police in connection with the Hatton Garden jewellery raid in London in which 72 safety deposit boxes were looted

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The patient who survived Stepping Hill

Why didn't he kill me that night? He had every opportunity to that night and he didn't.

– Kathleen Murray

There are calls for better background checks on hospital staff, following the conviction for murder of a nurse at Stepping Hill Hospital in Stockport. It's believed Victorino Chua may have faked his qualifications.

This morning we spoke exclusively to one of his patients Kathleen Murray.

Shortly after we spoke to Kathleen, Victorino Chua was sentenced to 35 years in jail for murdering two patients and attempting to poison many others.

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Living with dementia at the age of 41

I was relieved.

– Kelly Watson on getting diagnosed

For 41-year-old Kelly Watson, life has been turned upside down by early-onset dementia. This week's Dementia Awareness week is focusing on the belief that life doesn't have to end when dementia begins.

Today we speak to Kelly and her 17-year-old daughter who is helping to care for her. Kelly said when she found out her diagnosis she was relieved because she didn't know what it was.

Find out more about the Alzheimer's Society here

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Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. Police are investigating whether a nurse who killed and poisoned patients used forged documents to work in the UK

  2. Prince Charles will meet the Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams for the first time today, at the start of a royal visit to Ireland

  3. We speak to the 41-year-old mother who is struggling with early dementia

  4. The celebrities who make motherhood look easy - why parents are feeling under pressure from the stars setting unrealistically high standards

  5. Mariah Carey opens up about her relationships, being a mum to twins and performing in Las Vegas

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'Very strong leads' in Greece in Needham appeal

It's very raw but it's something I have to deal with. I must remain positive.

– Kerry

A TV appeal for help in finding a toddler who went missing 24 years ago has generated "seven very strong possible leads".

Ben Needham, from Sheffield, vanished when he was 21 months old during a 1991 family holiday on the island of Kos.

Kerry Needham, Ben's mother, appeared on Greek television on Friday to make a fresh appeal for her son.

Watch: 'We will never give up looking for Ben' Kerry Needham tells GMB

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Family campaign sparks rise in donors

The response that these girls have generated so far has been enormous

– Proud dad Rob Ireland

Three sisters who turned to Facebook in a bid to find a stem cell match for their dad have triggered a huge rise in new donors.

Georgie, Emma and Sophie Ireland decided to launch the appeal after discovering no one matched the tissue type of their 57-year-old father Rob Ireland who has an aggressive blood cancer.