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1D stars Liam Payne and Harry Styles become cancer charity ambassadors

Wolverhampton's One Direction star Liam Payne and his Redditch born bandmate Harry Styles have become new ambassadors for cancer charity Trekstock.

The charity offers practical and emotional advice and support for people aged 18 and 39, suffering from various forms of the disease. As well has how to cope with recovery from cancer.

Liam, and Harry appeared in a video showing their support for the cause.

Liam and Harry are adjusting to life in One Direction without Zayn Malik who left the band last month. Credit: Scott George PA

Collage of 40,000 selfies made in world record attempt

The colourful collage reflects the Rainbow Hospice charity the group are raising funds for Credit: ITV Central

Forty volunteers have gathered at Bruntingthorpe Air Hangar today to try and make a new Guinness World Record with a colourful collage of over 40,000 selfies.

Selfies from celebrities including Miranda Hart and David Walliams will be combined with tens of thousands of selfies from the public to raise money for the Rainbow Hospice.

A postcard from PM David Cameron also features Credit: ITV Central

David Harewood appears with white face in voter engagement campaign

Credit: Rankin/Operation Black Vote/Saatchi & Saatchi/PA Wire

Homeland actor David Harewood is one of four black British stars featuring in a campaign to encourage minorities to register to vote ahead of the General Election.

They all feature with white skin, to convey the message that if people fail to vote, they fail to represent their community, and remove much of the country's identity.

Harewood, from Small Heath in Birmingham, plays CIA chief David Estes in the American spy drama Homeland.

He joins musician Tinie Tempah, ex-footballer Sol Campbell and Paralympic medallist Ade Adepitan to front campaign Operation Black Vote.

Credit: Rankin/Operation Black Vote/Saatchi & Saatchi/PA Wire

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