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NBC correspondent Jay Gray has described the scenes in Oklahoma following a tornado which has left 91 people dead.
Speaking to Daybreak he said, despite the area's nickname of 'tornado alley', "nothing could prepare" the residents for what they saw.
He added that entire neighbourhoods had been "completely decimated" and that "anyone with a badge" was now using heat seeking equipment to continue the search for survivors.
Full-year profits at Marks and Spencer fell to £665 million, their lowest level in four years, the retailer announced.
Marks and Spencer sales grew by 1.3% in a "challenging market" in the year to March 2013, the company announced.
A severe thunderstorm warning is now in place for areas devastated by the tornado around Oklahoma City, hampering the rescue and recovery effort.
Dr Richard Vautrey, Deputy Chair of the British Medical Associations GP Committee has told Daybreak it is a "privilege" for a GP to be able to stay with a patient through the "highs and lows" of their life.
He said: "It's important wherever possible toy develop a relationship with a GP, and a GP values that, one of the great strengths of general practice is what we call continuity of care.
Conservative MP Tim Loughton has described yesterday's divisions over plans to legalise gay marriage as a "grubby deal" between the front bench and the Government.
He said: "I think the Labour party have been suckered into thinking it's going to be more immediate review than it actually is."
L/Cpl Ashworth was a soldier for five years and came from a family with strong military links.
His father Duane was also a Grenadier Guard and will be present at the ceremony, along with his younger brother, serving soldier Corporal Coran Ashworth.
The posthumous award is only the second VC to be awarded to a soldier from the UK from the 12-year conflict in Afghanistan.
Mike Farrar from the NHS Confederation said hospitals are really "struggling to get people through A&E departments."
He said that over the last decade the number of people going to A&E has risen by 50% and the reason is because people are "unable to be cared for at home".
He added that the money needs to be redistributed to "primary community and social care" to get people living independently.
Daybreak's Health Editor Dr Hilary said that people have "lost faith in the family doctor service".
He said: "A&E departments are overloaded by the kind of things that should be sorted out in general practice, the problem is the work the general practice gave up in the 2004 contract negotiated with the Labour Government was a disaster for out of hours care."
Wayne Rooney missed Manchester United's last game of the season against West Bromwich Albion on Sunday to be with his wife as she prepared to give birth to their second child.