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The Prime Minister David Cameron has backed calls by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for more privacy for their children, saying that he has "every sympathy".
Kensington Palace released an open letter yesterday claiming the couple's two-year-old son Prince George is being harassed by paparazzi photographers, some of whom the Palace says will go to any lengths to get pictures of the young prince.
In one recent incident, photographers were found hiding on private land near the couple's Norfolk home Anmer Hall. The Prime Minister said today that they deserve "some privacy and some space" to bring up their family.
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Cambridge Labour MP Daniel Zeichner has confirmed that the training of Libyan military cadets at Bassingbourn Barracks is to be debated in Parliament.
Hundreds of cadets at the barracks were sent home last year after five Libyans were jailed for sexual offences.
The end of day adjournment debate, which was proposed by Mr Zeichner, will take place in September.
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A Norwich man who was on holiday in Tunisia when a gunman ran amok killing 38 people has launched an appeal to help the tourist industry there.
Among those who died was Philip Heathcote from Felixstowe in Suffolk and Stuart Cullen, who lived in Lowestoft. With tour operators taking holidaymakers there from all over the region, hundreds from the east flew back in the days that followed.
Nathan Priestley was one of those but he initially gave up his flight to allow others to come home first. The extra time he spent there gave him an insight into just how tough it was going to be for the Tunisian Hotel workers who rely on the tourism trade.
Click below to watch an interview with Nathan Priestley in the ITV News Anglia studio