The Government has said it will strip away benefits for failed asylum seekers and their children to prevent others from risking their lives to reach the UK.
ITV News political correspondent Emily Morgan says the move shows the Government is beginning to take a harder line on the migrant crisis.
Cilla Black's rise to become the Queen of Saturday night television began in the 1960s in Liverpool, singing to the same crowds as The Beatles.
ITV News correspondent Peter Smith reports on her rags to riches story.
A firefighter has died battling huge infernos raging across forests in California.
David Ruhl, 38, was in a vehicle in the Modoc National Forest when crews lost contact with him.
An investigation is underway into how he died.
Hundreds of people have been forced to evacuate their homes during the wildfires, with around 9,000 firefighters working to bring the flames under control.
The fires prompted Governor Jerry Brown to declare a state of emergency for California and activate the California National Guard to help with disaster recovery.
Sports Minister Tracey Crouch said "everyone involved in sport must work together" following fresh claims of doping by Olympic athletes.
Tributes have been pouring in all afternoon, from friends and fans alike, after the announcement of the death of Cilla Black.
Veteran entertainer Ken Dodd has told ITV "Cilla had tremendous drive and ambition."
He added "Cilla was a huge personality, a sparkling,vivacious lady."