It's the year of the choirs on this year's Britain's Got Talent - with one already swooping a Golden Buzzer - but this weekend Vox Fortis also managed to hit the right notes with the judges.
They join us now with the news that they're already one member down. Will they continue as a foursome?
British servicemen and women who've put their lives on the line for their country are being failed by the government - according to a report out this morning.
The Centre for Social Justice says more must be done to support veterans who struggle to rebuild life after leaving the forces.
Daniel Smith was one of the youngest soldiers to be awarded the George Medal for bravery in Iraq. Ten years later, he's suffering from post-traumatic stress and is sleeping in his car.
All food premises should be forced to display Scores on the Doors ratings to drive up standards and protect people from the risk of eating poorly prepared food cooked in unsafe and unhygienic kitchens according to the LGA.
Council environmental health teams score outlets from zero to five based on factors such as kitchen cleanliness, cooking methods and food management. However, in England, businesses do not have to display the Scores on the Doors rating they have been awarded. Compulsory ratings already exist in Wales and Northern Ireland will follow suit in October this year.
Princess Charlotte will celebrate her first birthday today.
To mark the occasion, four new pictures, all taken by the Duchess of Cambridge, have been released by Kensington Palace.
Charlotte Elizabeth Diana was first introduced to the public outside St Mary's Hospital in London exactly a year ago, with images of her quickly beamed across the world.
Take a look back at her first year in the spotlight with our picture gallery below...
Leicester City fans face an agonising wait, but the underdogs could be crowned shock Premier League football champions later today.
British servicemen and women who've put their lives on the line for their country are being failed by the government - according to a report out this morning. The Centre for Social Justice says more must be done to support veterans who struggle to rebuild life after leaving the forces.
All food premises in England should be forced to display hygiene ratings on their doors according to the Local Government Association. They hope the move will protect people from eating poorly prepared food cooked in unsafe and dirty kitchens.
Jeremy Corbyn's troubles look set to continue as the row over anti-Semitism in the party threatens to cost them huge losses at this week's local elections.
Princess Charlotte celebrates her first birthday today. To mark the occasion, four new pictures, all taken by the Duchess of Cambridge, have been released by Kensington Palace.
Rules on charges for mobile phone use in Europe are changing radically this weekend.
Price caps, coming in to effect on 30 April 2016, restrict the charges that mobile phone providers can levy.
And in June 2017, roaming charges will be abolished completely.
Ranvir explains how travellers can benefit - and the pitfalls that still remain.
It felt like spring or summer at times last week but this weekend it's time to wrap up warm yet again with heavy showers, sleet and snow arriving in Yorkshire.
Laura Tobin tells us more about what to expect over the Bank Holiday weekend.
From free curries to backing from rockstars Kasabian, there's a massive buzz around the Leicester City game this weekend.
Ahead of the biggest game of the football season when they play Manchester Utd at Old Trafford, we speak to one of the Foxes' best-known fans and find out what his home city is doing to celebrate.
We even got Ben Shephard to wear this rather fetching wig!