The thermometer peaked at 22°C in Suffolk today making it the warmest day since September, but the weather will be changeable going forward.
Baroness Thatcher was a prime minister who made Britain great again, David Cameron told MPs today.
The world's first "test tube baby" has paid tribute to IVF pioneer Professor Sir Robert Edwards after he died today aged 87.
The Grand National winning jockey Ryan Mania returned to a parade around the streets of his home town of Galashiels last night.
The 23-year-old has had a week of ups and downs after a fall just one day after his big win, but he is now out of hospital and resting.
Jenny Longden was there on a night to remember - you can watch her full report below.
While many in the House of Commons spoke fondly of Baroness Thatcher today, some backbenchers refused even to attend the session claiming Parliament had been 'hijacked' for political gain.
ITV News Correspondent Geraint Vincent spoke to one MP about why he cannot forgive or forget:
Mallard, the world's fastest steam locomotive, has received an award on the anniversary of designer Sir Nigel Gresley's death.
Gresley's grandson, Tim Godfrey, was born the same year as Mallard broke the world speed steam record. He attended the ceremony in York.
Remains found in Leicester are King Richard III.
– Lead archeologist Richard Buckley
"The overall verdict: It is the academic conclusion beyond reasonable doubt that the individual exhumed is indeed Richard III."
The University of Leicester has released an image of the first full picture of the uncovered skeleton thought to be Richard III, ahead a news conference this morning to confirm whether or not the remains belong to the late king.