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The Spanish hospital at which five-year-old cancer patient Ashya King is currently being treated will allow his parents to visit at any time, a spokesperson has told ITV News
Brett and Naghmeh King are due to be released from prison near Madrid tonight, after which they will attempt to reach the hospital, which lies 300 miles away in Malaga,
Last week the mother of kidnapped US journalist Steven Sotloff pleaded with his Islamic State captors to release her son.
Boris Johnson's big idea for expanding airport capacity in the south, without expanding Heathrow has been sunk.
His 'island airport' in the Thames Estuary, was firmly rejected today by the Airports Commission as 'too expensive'.
The London Mayor insists he will not give up on the plan. Its rejection, he said, was 'short-sighted'.
ITV News Political Correspondent Libby Wiener reports:
The grandmother of Ashya King says the "backtracking" of authorities has come "too late" for her family as the five-year-old battles a brain tumour.
Speaking before news of the parents' planned release from a Spanish prison, Patricia King told ITV News she just wanted her family home.
The Prime Minister has called on Nato members to send a "very clear, unified and strong message" in response to the crisis in Ukraine.
Speaking at a reception for the Nato Parliamentary Assembly at Downing Street, David Cameron said: "Members of Nato want and deserve real reassurance that our Article V commitments are rock solid."
Article V refers to one of the founding principles of the Nato alliance stating that if one of its members is attacked, it "shall be considered an attack against them all".
The parents of Ashya King are to be released from prison in Spain tonight and will travel to Malaga to visit their son, their lawyer Juan Isidro Fernandez Diaz has told ITV News.
The parents of critically ill five-year-old Ashya King face another night in prison, 300 miles away from their son, despite a clamour for their release.
As ITV News' Tim Ewart reports, prosecutors in Spain and Britain now want charges dropped, while the Government has vowed to send a top expert to assist the family
After a slow start in places tomorrow with cloudy skies first thing it will brighten up and another dry day with spells of sunshine is expected.
Not wall to wall blue skies but warm for the time if year with highs of 25C possible in places - not bad for early September and a big improvement on much of August.
The intelligence community is working to determine if a video purportedly showing the killing of US journalist Steven Sotloff by Islamic State militants is authentic, State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki has told a White House press briefing.
– Jen Psaki
If the video is genuine we are sickened by this brutal act taking the life of another innocent American citizen; our hearts go out to the Sotloff family and we will provide more information as it becomes available.
The journalist claimed to have been murdered by Islamic State extremists was a freelancer Time and Foreign Policy magazines and had last been seen in Syria in August 2013.
He appeared in a video released online last month by the IS group that showed the beheading of fellow American journalist James Foley.