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Bargain insurance and flights in Martin Lewis’ Deals of the Week

£700 worth of insurance for £150ish, urgent cheap Easyjet flights, ‘free’ £24 Elemis cream, and cheap Thorpe Park pass. These are our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis’ Deals of the Week.

Remember, deals can change quickly, even while I’m on the programme. So always double-check the terms and conditions before spending. Plus, while I hope these deals will save you cash, don’t spend if you can’t afford it, don’t need it, or won’t use it.

Jeremy Corbyn refuses to answer questions in wake of Labour anti-semitism row

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn refused to answer questions from reporters as he left his home in his Islington constituency this morning. The politician, who was filmed getting into a dark blue people carrier outside his north London home, was asked to respond to allegations of anti-semitism in the party, he declined to do so.

It comes as the party has found itself at the centre of a long-running row over allegations its members have acted badly toward Jewish people. Members of the party have been accused of posting content on social media which has been branded anti-semitic, the party has come under further fire for failing to deal with the issue quickly.

Alfie Evans parents to fight Italy travel ban

24 hours after his life support was turned off, the parents of Alfie Evans will challenge a High Court decision to take their son to Italy for treatment. 23-month-old Alife has what doctors say is an "incurable condition" and is currently receiving treatment at Alder Hey Hospital in Liverpool.

Yesterday a judge blocked the bid which would allow Alfie to travel to Italy to be treated at a hospital run by The Vatican. He did, however, say that it may be possible for the toddler to return to his parents home to receive care.

Supporters held a candle-lit vigil outside the hospital last night. The family have been rallied on by a group known as 'Alfie's Army' who have pledged their support for Alfie's case.

Alongside local people, the Pope has said he supports the toddler receiving ongoing treatment. Recent days have seen him granted Italian citizenship along with the promise of care at a Vatican run facility in Rome.

In a statement, Alder Hey Hospital said that it was their "top priority" to ensure that "Alfie receives the care he deserves to ensure his comfort."

It has asked that respect and consideration are shown to staff, patients and families visiting the hospital following a series of protests outside the children's hospital.

David Lammy MP: Those responsible for Windrush should 'fall on their sword'

Labour MP David Lammy told today’s Good Morning Britain that those responsible for the Windrush scandal should fall on their sword.

He said: “I’ve been a minister in the government, if I had been responsible for the pain that we’re hearing, I certainly would have stepped aside. I would have fallen on my sword, I would have been so embarrassed with myself and what I had been responsible for. We used to do the honourable thing, we seem no longer to be bothered. Amber Rudd talked about the State yesterday as if she wasn’t the State, she’s responsible for the Home Office, who’ve done all this to people.”

Duchess of Cambridge has a baby boy

The Duchess of Cambridge has given birth to a baby boy, Kensington Palace has announced.

The child, which was born at 1101hrs and weighs 8lbs 7oz, will be fifth in line to the throne.

The baby is Catherine and William’s third child together, following the birth of Prince George in July 2013 and Princess Charlotte in May 2015.

A tweet from the Kensington Palace confirmed the safe delivery of the happy couple's third child - along with an announcement outside the Lindo Wing from the local Town Crier.