Today French President Francois Hollande will lead a service of commemoration for victims of the Paris terrorist attacks.
Under the famous gold dome at Les Invalides monument, more than 1,000 will attend the ceremony including families of the 130 victims and some of the 350 wounded, along with medical staff who cared for them.
The President will be joined by Prime Minister Manuel Valls as well as former president Nicolas Sarkozy and - controversially - National Front leader Marine Le Pen
French President Francois Hollande is leading a national service of commemoration for victims of the Paris terrorist attacks at Les Invalides in the city. More than 1,000 will attend the ceremony including families of the 130 victims and some of the 350 wounded, along with medical staff who cared for them.
Consumers could be about to spend their way to the UK's first £1 billion online shopping day as retailers brace themselves for Black Friday. Retailers have been bombarding registered shoppers with emails detailing deals today ahead of them becoming available from midnight, while many stores are preparing to open their doors early.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has written to his MPs to say he cannot support the Prime Minister's proposals for air strikes against IS targets in Syria
The Paris attacks are likely to dominate the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Valetta in Malta which starts tomorrow. HMS Bulwark is there to support the Maltese security effort with the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh, along with Prince Charles and Camilla arriving on Thursday for the conference.
Why are some young Muslims in Europe and the UK attracted to extremism and jihadism? Today we speak to documentary maker Deeyah Khan, who has spent two years talking to disenfranchised young men to understand their motivation.
Bargain hunters are expected to spend an astonishing £12,000 a second tomorrow, with more than a billion pounds thrown at deals and offers online alone! The annual shopping bonanza has been a huge hit in America for years, but shoppers is the UK can look forward to a day of huge discounts.
Police have warned shops to ensure they have carefully thought-out security plans in place for the sales following chaos at a number of stores across the UK last year when huge crowds grappled for cut-price televisions and other big-ticket items.
Today Katy Rickitt and Nick Dixon are out about about to catch the early shoppers, Ross King is showing us how in LA they're not even waiting for Friday!
We also track seasoned armchair shopper Rachel Mostyn's progress as she logs on in search of the best deals from midnight and expert Harry Wallop joins us.
This morning we had a special farewell as our political editor Sue Jameson signed off after 23 years at ITV.
Sue's off to sunnier climes in Australia - but before she went we made sure to treat her to a good send-off, including a personalised video message from David Cameron himself!
We've seen his battles with Lady C on I'm A Celebrity but this week Duncan Bannatyne took centre stage for his dance moves and leadership skills.
The multi-millionaire business tycoon was even dubbed the hunk of the camp by his young counterparts Ferne McCann and Vicky Pattison.
We're joined by Duncan's daughters Abi and Jenny to find out what they make of their dad's Jungle status and his journey so far.
David Cameron has promised action after a drink-driver who left two young women paralysed in a car crash had his electronic tag removed so he could go to a stag weekend in Portugal.
It’s Black Friday week which means stores are pumping out deals galore, including Selfridges 20 percent off, a £104 Body Shop bundle for £42, £25 Ikea Christmas tree gets £20 voucher, 50 percent off everything at La Redoute and more. These are our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis’ Deals of the Week.
The Shadow Chancellor has defended his decision to quote Communist Chinese dictator Chairman Mao during an attack on George Osborne's Autumn statement and spending review.