Cabin crew workers at Easyjet, which operates at Birmingham airport, could strike over summer.
Workers are to be balloted for a strike action in a row over pay next week.
The company says it's cabin crew 'receives the highest pay in the UK airline industry' with a total annual package of £25,000.
Unite union members will cast their vote on whether to go ahead with strike action next week. The union has said the company was seeking to impose a 2% pay rise for cabin crew and 2.5% for managers.
A new groundbreaking app developed by researchers at the University of Coventry to raise awareness of female genital mutilation will have its official launch at an event in London today.
The free app called Petals has an untraceable browsing feature that allows people to access information confidentially.
A new multi-million pound volunteer training centre in Rutland is to be officially unveiled by Sir David Attenborough today.
The centre at Rutland Water Nature Reserve cost £1.1 million and will train volunteers in conservation.
Volunteers already lend more than 35,000 hours of their time supporting the reserve.
A national minute's silence will be held at 11:30am to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the 7/7 London bombings. The attacks killed 52 people and injured hundreds more.
Among those killed were Adrian Johnson from Sutton-in-Ashfield, Stan Brewster from Belper and James Adams from Peterborough.
A man from Telford has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving after two women from the Market Drayton area were killed in a crash on the A5 in Weston-under-Lizard, Staffordshire this afternoon.
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A controversial application to build 400 homes on parkland near Kedleston Hall in Derbyshire have been rejected at a council meeting tonight.
Campaigners had been against the development because they want the area to stay green and were concerned about traffic and the impact on local services.