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Leighanna Needham speaks as search continues for the brother she never met

The sister of Ben Needham has spoken to Good Morning Britain about the anguish the Needham family is feeling as the search for her missing brother continues on the island where he went missing over two decades ago.

Leighanna now fears that they will never get a happy ending to the search, as hopes for her brother that went missing twenty-five years ago, fade.

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The top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. The sister of Ben Needham has spoken to Good Morning Britain about the anguish she and her family are feeling as the search for Ben continues on the island of Kos. Leighanne Needham, who never got to meet her brother, is hoping for an outcome as the family have been told to prepare for the worst.

2: One in four firms have' cut recruitment' following the introduction of the living wage. Of the 1,600business leaders questioned, a third planned to scale back hiring staff if the£7.20 an hour rate for adults increases to £9 by 2020. The survey showed others were looking to change staff hours, benefits or pay growth.

3: The most senior lawyer working for the independent inquiry into historical child sexual abuse inEngland and Wales, Ben Emmerson QC, has resigned. In his resignation letter, Mr Emmerson said he was no longer the"right person" for the role. He was suspended on Wednesday due to"concerns about his leadership."Speaking last night, PrimeMinisterTheresa May has said she still has confidence in the inquiry.

4: One in six young people eat fast food twice a day, a new survey has found. The BBC Good FoodNation Survey found that most people eat fast food on an average of two days per week. But in the 16 to 20 year old category one in six ate fast food at least twice a day, with one in eight eating the same among 21 to 34 year olds.

5: An inquiry has been launched into the New Jersey Transit train crash which killed one and injured over 100 people in the state yesterday.

DCI Banks star Andrea Lowe: 'The series can have another life after me'

Spoiler Alert: Last week, DCI Banks fans were left in limbo following the savage attack on DS Annie Cabbot, and Andrea Lowe and Stephen Tompkinson (DCI Alan Banks) appeared on the show to talk about the shocking outcome which saw Cabbot die on the hit series this week.

After Cabbot had made the decision to leave her husband finally for DCI Banks, it wasn't long before she met her untimely death.

"We couldn't imagine them in domestic bliss at home," Lowe revealed.
"But still, it is quite sad.
"It was great to film and I feel like I've seen the whole thing full circle."

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Don't call me babe: Should sexist nicknames be banned?

Bird, doll and chick are the top three demeaning nicknames women would like to see banned, according to a survey out today.

Hormonal, drama queen, ball breaker and diva were listed as hated sex slurs in a poll of 2,000 women taken by Special K. It also found nearly a third aged 16-24 have been told to 'man up' by work colleagues.

Girls Aloud singer Nicola Roberts and actress Lisa Faulkner are behind the campaign to banish the words from everyday vocabulary and joined us in the studio.

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Check out the new line-up for The Voice!

The new series of the The Voice is particularly anticipated now that it's moved over to ITV - but who's in the latest line-up?

Four superstar judges were revealed last night and in the swivel-chairs we'll be seeing a familiar face back by popular demand as well as some new and exciting personalities.

What do you think of the new line-up? Let us know on Twitter!

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Widow wins High Court bid to keep 'last chance' embryos

It means I get to keep part of him

– Samantha Jefferies

The widow of a Falklands war veteran has won a High Court bid to keep frozen embryos that they created.

After Clive Jefferies died suddenly in 2014 his wife Samantha was told that her embryos could not be stored for longer than two years - despite the couple consenting to 10.

The case was taken to High Court, where the judge said it was 'obviously right' that they were stored for ten years and said he was sorry Samantha had gone through so much stress because of the mistakes of others.

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