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  1. Great British Bake Off judge Paul Hollywood is splitting with his wife Alex after 20 years of marriage. In a joint statement the couple said: "It is with sadness that we have decided to separate. Our focus continues to be the happiness of our son, and we would ask the press and public to allow us privacy as a family during this very difficult time."

  2. The risk of stillbirth is doubled if women go to sleep on their backs in the third trimester, new research claims. If all pregnant women slept on their sides from week 27 onward, there would be a 3.7% decrease in stillbirth, saving around 130 babies’ lives a year, The Midlands and North of England Stillbirth Study (MiNESS) found.

  3. Former Wimbledon champion Jana Novotna has died, aged 49. She "died peacefully, surrounded by her family" after a "long battle with cancer", the Women's Tennis Association said. The Czech player had lost in the Wimbledon final in 1993 and 1997 before famously clinching victory against Frenchwoman Nathalie Tauziat in the 1998 Grand Slam tournament.

  4. A British woman who is approaching her 600th day in an Iranian jail has been told by a specialist that lumps found in her breasts are not thought to be cancerous.
    Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was arrested as she attempted to leave the country in 2016. She was imprisoned for five years on charges of spreading propaganda.

  5. A Birmingham father who smothered his two young children with a petrol-soaked cloth before trying to kill his wife has been jailed for life with a minimum of 33 years.
    47-year-old Endris Mohammed killed eight-year-old Saros Endris and his sister Leanor, six, during a downstairs sleepover at their home in Birmingham last October.

Queen Elizabeth II and Duke of Ebinburgh celebrate 70th wedding anniversary

It's been 70 years since the Queen married Prince Philip - and it's a union you feel you might have some insight into if you've been watching The Crown on Netflix.

This morning we spoke to Robert Lacey, the man behind The Crown book, to get some more tidbits about that most historic day.

Showbuzz: Who is the early favourite for the I'm A Celebrity crown?

I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! is back which can mean only one thing… the time has come for a brand new cast of celebrities to head down under and battle it out in TV’s toughest entertainment challenge.

Leaving their plush pads and luxuries far behind, our celebrity campers will spend up to three weeks taking on the harsh surroundings of the Australian Jungle, with a whole host of brand new nasty surprises created just for them.

But who is the early favourite to take the crown? Richard Arnold has the latest.

Fergie on her first solo album for 11 years

She first shot to fame singing with the Black Eyed Peas, but Fergie's solo career has been just as impressive.

Her first album, The Dutchess, sold eight million copies, and now, 11 years later, she's back with her new record Double Dutchess.

Fresh from her performance on The X Factor, she joined us this morning to talk about new music... and debut her impressive British accent.

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Should politicians go on reality TV?

Serving politicians have got a job to do. For retired politicians, it's a different matter and I put my money on Stanley Johnson to win this!

– Edwina Currie shares her tip for the I'm a Celebrity crown

I'm A Celebrity kicked off last night, and it's expected more stars will be entering the jungle later this week - including former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale.

But is it right that our elected representatives give up their day job in favour of reality TV?

Conservative MP Michael Fabricant who recently took part in Celebrity First Dates, and Lembit Opik who has appeared in I'm A Celeb, join us in studio. Along with former I'm A Celeb contestant Edwina Currie live from Derbyshire.

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Jediism: Faith or fantasy?

Jediism consists of meditation, mindfulness, doing good, trying to help fellow man. We are part of a community that are peacekeepers and promote peace. It’s an applied life philosophy, which people could take on as a religion or faith

– Daniel Jones, the founder of Jediism

The term Jediism probably conjures up thoughts of Star Wars, lightsabers and the force in a galaxy, far far away.

But for some, it's a religion, with more than 500,000 members world-wide.

The founder of Jediism, Daniel Jones, and fellow Jedi and author Theresa Cheung join us, alongside Catholic Journalist, Caroline Farrow.

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