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Two children and a woman have been discharged from hospital following treatment for smoke inhalation after a gas blast in Nottinghamshire, police said.
A man, who sustained serious injuries and is suffering from smoke inhalation, remains in hospital.
A controlled demolition will be carried out at a property destroyed by a gas blast in Nottinghamshire as it is not considered safe, police said.
The body of a woman has been found in the rubble of a terraced house in Newark, Nottinghamshire, police said.
Attempts to recover the body are expected to be carried out later today.
A second body has been found in the rubble of a terraced house in Newark, Nottinghamshire, which was destroyed by a suspected gas blast, Nottinghamshire Police said.
She said that the astronaut would go to the International Space Station to study the "effects of space on humans".
Greater Manchester Police is urging the parents of the baby that was found on Ox Hey Lane, Lostock, on Thursday 14 March, to come forward. It is expected that representatives from the Bolton Council of Mosques will begin planning the funeral today, which is expected to take place on Tuesday.
The baby was born alive and lived independently for up to two hours; however officers are still trying to find out what happened and who the parents are.
– Detective Chief Inspector Sarah Jackson
We would be really keen to give the baby a name that means something to the parents.
I am grateful to members of the local community who have offered to cover the funeral costs.
I would very much like for the parents to be involved with the preparations for the funeral of their child.
If you think you can come forward...we will try and get you the help and support that you need.
– Bolton Council of Mosques (BCOM)
It has been requested that this baby be given an Islamic burial and we will be ensuring this is done.
We want to appeal for help from all communities to come forward and put an end to this investigation.
There is help available to Alia's family and the grieving process could be easier for you if you come forward and use the help that is available.
You may not get another opportunity and we don't want you to end up regretting this for the rest of your life.
Conservative MP Mike Freer has told Daybreak his party "can't win" amid the row over gay marriage.
"We get criticised if we don't debate as being spineless lobby fodder and when we do debate we're accused of being divided and fighting," he said.
Mr Freer, who is gay, said today's Commons debate is a "good thing" in the bill's passage despite the division in his party's ranks.
The parents of a British five-year-old who drowned to death in a hotel pool in Egypt claim there were no lifeguards on hand when the tragedy happened.
Chloe Johnson, from Forest Hill in south east London, died in a waterpark at the Coral Sea Waterworld Hotel, in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, on Friday.
Her parents Sarah and Tony told ITV's Daybreak: "There were no lifeguards there, at the pool she was found in, there was no one there. There were supposed to be two manned at the top."
Help for Heroes founder Bryn Parry told ITV's Daybreak that it will be "like welcoming part of the team back" when Prince William and Prince Harry officially open one of their four new recovery centres.
The charity is building, equipping and running four centres in Tidworth, Catterick, Colchester and Plymouth to provide ongoing support for wounded, injured and sick service personnel and veterans.
Some of the country's most prominent business leaders have accused Eurosceptic MPs of "putting politics before economics" by calling for Britain's withdrawal from the European Union.
The group, which includes the chairmen of BT, Deloitte and Lloyds along with Sir Martin Sorrell and Sir Richard Branson, said Britain's business interests and economy can only benefit from playing a central role in the EU.
In a letter to The Independent, they called for David Cameron to "strengthen and deepen" the European single market, adding: "The economic case to stay in the EU is overwhelming."