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It'll Be Alright on the Night host Denis Norden dies

Much loved former TV presenter and comedy writer Denis Norden has died at the age of 96, his family said.

Famous for hosting ITV's 'It'll Be Alright on the Night' for 29 years, he died on Wednesday morning at the Royal Free Hospital in north London. He had been there for "many weeks".

A family statement read: "We’d like to say a huge thank you to all the dedicated staff and doctors who have looked after him – with much devotion."

It continued: "A wonderful dad, a loving grandfather and great great-grandfather – he gave his laughter-mongering to so many. He will be in our hearts forever."

Woman dies after caravan blows off cliff as Storm Ali hits

A woman has died after the caravan she was in blew off a cliff in Galway, Ireland.

It’s been reported the body of a woman in her 50s was found on a beach at Claddaghduff in County Galway on Wednesday morning.

Irish President Michael D Higgins shared his condolences to the victim’s family, stating: "I was deeply saddened to learn that Storm Ali has already claimed one victim today in Claddaghduff, Co Galway.” He added: "As President of Ireland, may I express my deepest condolences to her family."

A Garda statement said: "At approximately 7.45am a report was received that a caravan had blown off the cliff at the above location. A search was carried out at the scene on the beach and after a short time the body of a female in her 50s was recovered."

A no-deal will be ‘chaotic and damaging’ to the UK economy

A new report by the Committee for Exiting the EU, has warned that a no-deal Brexit will be 'chaotic and damaging' to the UK economy.

The study said the Prime Minister needs to be open to altering the Brexit plan if it continues to be knocked back by Brussels.

Some MPs are demanding a backup deal in case Theresa May's Chequers plan fails.

To discuss the neverending Brexit debate, we were joined by Brexit campaign Iain Duncan Smith, and Remainer Chuka Umunna.

Watch the full discussion above.

Brits win big at the Emmy Awards

It was a brilliant night for the Brits at the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards.

Claire Foy picked up the Outstanding Lead Actress award for her role as Queen Elizabeth in the Netflix drama hit, The Crown.

Welsh Actor Matthew Rhys took home Best Leading actor for his role in The Americans - and Thandie Newton won Best Supporting Actress for Westworld.

However, the most memorable moment was when Oscars Director Glenn Weiss, used his acceptance speech to pop the question to his girlfriend.

Glenn Weiss proposes to his girlfriend after accepting his award

Lord Heseltine says Boris waits to see 'the way the crowd is running then dashes in front'

Lord Heseltine has told Good Morning Britain that Boris Johnson is a politician who “waits to see the way the crowd is running and then dashes in front”.

He said: “Well, I think that you have to see Boris as a career map. He works it out, he decides which way the wind is blowing, and that wonderful phrase about a politician - a man who waits to see the way the crowd is running and then dashes in front and says, ‘Follow me’.”

Hurricane Florence hits the US

The US has begun feeling the wrath of Hurricane Florence, flooding towns in North Carolina and leaving more than 100,000 people without power.

The storm has been described as the worst of a generation and is expected to bring widespread devastation.

The National Hurricane Centre said Florence is now lashing the North Carolina coast with hurricane-force winds and a life-threatening storm surge. It said the threat of freshwater flooding will increase in coming hours and days from the storm's heavy rains.