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A family leaves a storm cellar in Oklahoma City after a devastating tornado ripped through the state leaving a trail of destruction in its wake.
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There is a "growing gap" between David Cameron and the Conservative Party, according to one of the party's MPs.
Brian Binley MP said Mr Cameron was made leader because "we thought he was a winner" but had now "done a few things that the party in the country overall didn't want him to do".
Mr Binley called for an investigation into whether a close ally of the Prime Minister had dismissed grassroots activists as "mad, swivel-eyed loons", but his request was rejected by the party's board.
While welcoming Mr Cameron's conciliatory email to party members, Mr Binley told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: "He may believe in them but we are talking about the gap between himself and the party."
"I think it is a growing gap," he said, but added: "I think it can be put right and I think David Cameron is listening as proved by the fact that actions are now being taken."
Newcastle United has announced that the Sports Direct logo on the St James' Park stadium roof will be painted over from next season.
The club said on Twitter: "New club sponsors wonga.com have chosen to return the Gallowgate roof to its former state, painting over the Sports Direct logo.
"The roof will return to its original grey colour in time for the start of the 2013/14 season."
More than $8 billion a year is traded from the illegal poaching of wild animals, the World Wildlife Foundation warned.
Glyn Davies, director of programmes, told ITV's Daybreak: "It's one of the big illegal trades alongside arms, drugs. It's over $8 billion a year traded in wildlife alone and we of course very much appreciate the princes support convening this meeting today."
Angelina Jolie announced last week in the New York Times that she had chosen to have a double mastectomy to prevent her getting breast cancer.
TV presenters Kirstie and Sofie Allsopp, whose mother and grandmother had breast cancer, were told they had an increased risk of developing the disease.
Sofie, who had the operation, told Daybreak: "It was a big decision but for me I wanted to do as much as physically possible to stop getting breast cancer myself.
"I felt the most proactive thing I could do was to have a preventative mastectomy so I chose to do that".
Kirstie, who chose not to have a mastectomy said: "The difference between me and Soph is that Soph didn't have children.
"I have got my two children, my two stepchildren, and it could have more impact on my family to take that time out."
Mr Buckles had played a key part in creating the G4S business eight years earlier, with the merger of Securicor and the security businesses of Group 4 Falck.
The 52-year-old, who is retiring, will be replaced on June 1 by Ashley Almanza, who has held senior roles at oil and gas group BG Group.
At least 91 people are expected to have been killed by a tornado that ripped through the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore, the medical examiner's office said.
The official toll currently stands at 51 but the emergency services warned that 40 more bodies are still expected to be recovered from the rubble.
The Salvation Army praised the "amazing" community of Oklahoma after hundreds of bottles were donated for victims of the tornado which ripped through the state, flattening entire neighbourhoods.
The organisation tweeted: "Oklahomans are amazing. We just arrived at our command center to find all of this water."
"It does not use revolving loans from foreign subsidiaries to fund its domestic operations; it does not hold money on a Caribbean island; and it does not have a bank account in the Cayman Islands."
Apple CEO Tim Cook is set to testify and explain the company's tax strategy at a subcommittee hearing today.
Shadow health secretary Andy Burnham said the coalition's care reform plans are an attempt to "distract attention from the Government's own failings".
He added that A&Es have gone downhill "sharply" in the last couple of years, which was greatly due to cuts in social care.
Mr Burnham identified two problems with the out of hours service, the first that the NHS does not need another "huge organisation", and the second that it will still not solve the problems in A&E.