A woman from Nottingham has been waiting anxiously for news of her sister after last night's fatal shootings in the German city where she lives.
Lisa Kirkham's sister Jane had to hide in the shop where she works as a gunman murdered nine people on the streets of Munich:
Bullring shopping centre in Birmingham was evacuated after reports of a man falling:
Shoppers have said the shopping centre has been reopened now:
A British student is in a life-threatening condition in hospital after a coach crash in France.
42 pupils from Cheltenham's Bournside School were on board travelling to Italy whenthe coach crashed near the Swiss border.
Two of the students were airlifted to hospital, one in a ‘life-threatening’ condition and another in a ‘serious’ condition. The school have met with the parents of these two students, who are now on their way to France to be with their children.
A further ten students and one member of staff received ‘minor’ injuries. The parents of these ten children have been contacted.
The remaining students and staff are with Police.
There are reports that two people have been seriously injured after a coach carrying a group of teenagers crashed in France.
The coach was carrying pupils from Bournside School in Cheltenham. It went into a ditch on the A39 motorway at Lons-le-Saunier, near the Swiss border.
Most of those on board were aged 14 to 17.
The two seriously hurt have been airlifted to hospital.
A bride in Birmingham today arrived at her wedding in the front of one of the city council's bin wagons.
Hilli Fletcher organised the stunt as a surprise for her groom, Paul, who works as a bin man.
He was delighted, and said he had never seen the lorry looking so clean:
The bus company whose coach has crashed in France says it is still trying to make contact with organisers.
There were two drivers and 48 passengers on board.
The children aged between 13 and 18 years old set off for Italy yesterday afternoon. They were from a school in England.