The parents of Christi and Bobby Shepherd, who died of carbon monoxide poisoning while on holiday in Corfu, have been listening to the evidence of the former boss of the travel company which sold their family trip, at the inquest into their deaths.
Manny Fontenla-Novoa, the former chief executive of Thomas Cook, has been warned by the coroner that these are not criminal proceedings and he is not obliged to answer any questions which might incriminate him.
The children's father, Neil Shepherd, has said he wants to know why Thomas Cook failed to send qualified Health and Safety auditors to inspect gas installations at the hotel in Corfu.
But proceedings at Wakefield Coroner's Court have already stumbled over what questions should be put to the witness.
The evidence began with a fierce exchange in court over whether Mr Fontenla Novoa should answer a question over whether he was indeed the former CEO of Thomas Cook.
Family members laughed in court when the coroner, David Hinchliff, read a statement by the ex-CEO that, following the tragedy, his company "made every effort to consider the best interests of the family".
The hearing continues.
Former Tottenham and England striker Jimmy Greaves is out of intensive care following a severe stroke on Sunday and is able to sit up in bed, his family has said.
This amateur video shows a tornado that ravaged a town in northern Germany, passing through the nearby countryside.
The German town of Beutzow was extensively damaged by what residents described as a tornado. Roofs were stripped bare of tiles, cars flipped and trees uprooted by high winds and stormy weather, locals said.
David Cameron and his wife Samantha cast their votes at the Conservative leader's polling station in the Oxfordshire constituency of Witney this morning.
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon and her husband Peter Murrell cast their votes at Broomhouse Community Hall polling station in Glasgow this morning, as Britain goes to the ballot box today in the most uncertain General Election for decades.
Prince Harry has said he is looking forward to meeting "beautiful" princess Charlotte. The prince was speaking at a press conference in Sydney, Australia where he has been meeting wounded soldiers.
Harry said: "I've been given a hell of a lot of cuddly toys from this morning and other things, so I look forward to it. I am looking forward to meeting her. She's beautiful, so it's great."