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Minnie Mouse gets her place on Hollywood's walk of fame

Minnie Mouse has been awarded her place on Hollywood's walk of fame. Watch Richard Arnold's Showbuzz to get the latest showbiz gossip.

Henry Bolton refuses to step down as UKIP leader

They want him to leave, but he’s determined to remain. Henry Bolton said he will not step down as UKIP leader despite a string of senior resignations and also continuing questions about judgements in his personal life.

Fifteen senior members have resigned in light of his ex-girlfriend’s racist tweets about Meghan Markle - and despite a wave of strong questions from Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid about his relationship with Jo Marney, the UKIP leader insisted the party comes first.

Watch the full interview above.

Top five headlines you’re waking up to

  1. Do internet companies do enough to protect children from online grooming and abuse? Police Chief Simon Bailey has accused internet companies of “enabling child abuse” because not enough is being done to remove offensive material to protect them. He said: “The fact children are being abused and not enough is being done to make chatrooms a safe place for our children to go. Not enough is being done to take down indecent imagery which is currently out there.”

  2. They want him to leave, but he’s determined to remain. Ukip’s party leader Henry Bolton is determined to stay in charge despite half his team resigning from their positions. Sixteen members have quit their post since last week over Mr Bolton’s leadership and in light of his ex-girlfriend’s racist tweets about Meghan Markle. Nigel Farage has backed Bolton and said he could become the Ukip’s version of Jeremy Corbyn.

  3. The man accused of the Finsbury park terrorist attack on a crowd of Muslim men was trying to kill as many people as possible, a court has been told. Darren Osborne, 48, allegedly mowed down Makram Ali, 51, and nine other people in a north London street which was busy with worshippers attending Ramadan night prayers just after 12.15am on June 19 last year. Osborne denies charges of murder and attempted murder.

  4. The police searching for a missing Halifax schoolgirl have found a body in a river. Ursula Keogh, 11, went missing on Monday around 3.30pm. Her family have been told of the discovery of a body and a formal identification is yet to take place, West Yorkshire Police said. In a statement, the authorities said: "Inquiries will remain ongoing to determine a cause of the death, however, at this stage, it is not believed there are any suspicious circumstances."

  5. After several weeks, Arsenal’s star attacker Alexis Sanchez has completed his long-awaited move to Manchester United. The agreement between the two clubs also saw Manchester United’s out-of-favour midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan go the other way in a straight swap deal.

Lovely couple welcome refugee into their home

We seemed to be a fabulous fit from the beginning

– Shoshana Goldhill speaks on welcoming refugee Faraj Alnasir into their home

The issue of how to manage refugees was a key part of the discussion between Theresa May and Emmanuel Macron last week.

We spoke to one wonderful couple who wanted to help refugees directly. The Goldhill family opened up their home to Syrian refugee Faraj Alnasir over a year and a half ago because they were "were moved by all the images and stories" they heard.

Shoshana Goldhill said it seemed like a “no-brainer” to welcome Faraj into her home and then went on to say how living with him has been such a “fantastic experience”.

Watch the full interview above.

The Goldhill family. Photos by Aubrey Wade/UNHCR

Top headlines you're going home to

  1. It looks like we have another royal wedding to prepare for this year, after the wonderful news of Princess Eugenie’s engagement to her long-term boyfriend Jack Brooksbank. Eugenie, 27, and Mr Brooksbank, 29, got engaged in Nicaragua earlier this month during a private holiday and due to get married in Autumn 2018 in Windsor. Princess Eugenie father, the Duke of York, said he was "completely overjoyed for them and wish them every happiness".

  2. The pressure is growing on UKIP leader Henry Bolton who has been hit by multiple resignations following the party's vote of confidence against him. UKIP's deputy leader, immigration spokesman and trade and industry spokesman have all stood down from their roles. Mr Bolton’s leadership came under scrutiny after it was revealed his girlfriend Jo Marney sent racist text messages about Meghan Markle. You can watch his interview on Good Morning Britain here.

  3. Former England football captain Jimmy Armfield has died aged 82 following a long battle with cancer, his family has confirmed. Armfield was a member of the legendary 1966 World Cup-winning squad and played for Blackpool throughout his club career, appearing 627 times.

  4. A British Army chief has warned that the British forces must “keep up” to counter the Russian threat. This comes after the speculation about possible defence cuts to personnel and equipment following a review of the UK’s security capabilities. In his speech, Sir Nick Cater claimed Moscow is building a force that can outmatch UK forces. He said: "Our ability to pre-empt or respond to threats will be eroded if we don't keep up with our adversaries.”

  5. Earlier this morning we spoke to the SAS hero who has been left homeless after the council failed to offer him suitable accommodation. Bob Curry served for 16 years and led the Iranian Embassy Siege, but is now living in a bed and breakfast. Watch his full interview here.

Ed Sheeran gets engaged to his childhood sweetheart

On Monday's entertainment, music star Ed Sheeran popped the question to his long-term girlfriend. Plus, there's another Disney remake on the cards!

Watch Richard Arnold's Showbuzz to get the latest showbiz gossip.

DEBATE: Should sex offence suspects be given anonymity?

The rape charge against Oxford student Oliver Mears was dropped after new evidence emerged, making it the fourth false allegation of its kind to come to light in just a month.

This prompts the question of whether people accused of rape should remain anonymous until proven guilty and with us to debate the issue this morning was barrister Jerry Hayes - who actually prosecuted one of the young men who had a false accusation made against him and thinks all suspects should be anonymous - and campaigner Gabrielle Browne, who thinks those accused of sex offences should be named.

Watch the debate above

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The SAS hero left homeless after council failed to house him

An SAS hero who led the Iranian Embassy Siege has ended up homeless after the council failed to offer him suitable accommodation. Bob Curry, who served for 16 years in the Special Air Service and had a 17-year military career, is now living in a bed and breakfast, paid for by his old regiment.

After his business collapsed and he felt forced to sell his medals, he asked Herefordshire Council for accommodation on five occasions, but was only offered a hostel where he had to ask permission to use the toilet and a home four miles away from the nearest shop. This meant he was forced to live on the streets until the SAS regimental association decided to pick up the bill for him to stay in the B&B.