Leicester will campaign to have the remains of King Richard III reburied in the city's cathedral, at the High Court in London.
Hundreds of jobs will be axed and council tax will increase as Nottinghamshire County Council must save £105million, it was announced today.
Schoolgirl, Malala Yousafzai, has had an historic week, which could be capped off by the Nobel Peace Prize.
HS2 Limited is holding an event in Ashby de la Zouch in Leicestershire later today, as part of its consultation into the second phase of the project.
The phase would create a high speed rail link between London and Sheffield via the East Midlands.
Last week, the bill for phase one of HS2, between London and Birmingham, was published by the government.
People attending the event at the Hood Park Leisure Centre in North Street will be able to get advice and information.
Those visiting will also be able to hear how the HS2 line will sound in a special sound booth.
Mr Cameron had a reminder of home as he met the chairman of China's biggest vehicle manufacturer Geely, which now owns the makers of London's famous black taxis, Manganese Bronze Holdings.
Geely has announced an £80 million investment into research and production of the new hybrid TX5 model, expected to create 500 new jobs at the Coventry plant, quadrupling the workforce.
After meeting company chairman Li Shifu in Shanghai, the Prime Minister said:
"Black cabs are synonymous with London. Getting one in Shanghai today highlights how the links between the UK and China can bring rewards for both - Chinese investment helping British businesses to succeed and grow."
David Cameron took a look around a Chinese version of the London taxi this morning.
500 new jobs are being created after an £80 million investment from Chinese car firm Geely, who bought the cab manufacturer The London Taxi Company earlier this year.
The MP for Lichfield in Staffordshire has raised over £1,200 for Movember after wearing a fake moustache at Prime Minister's Questions earlier in the week.
Michael Fabricant was encouraged to wear the moustache by friends and he has raised £1,204 for Prostate Cancer UK.
Mr Fabricant said he felt very nervous and embarrassed when he entered the house.
Lichfield Conservative MP Michael Fabricant wore a spectacular moustache for Movember sitting in the House of Commons for Prime Minister's Questions. Raising awareness of male cancers.
Hundreds of ex-servicemen who took part in nuclear weapons tests in the 1950s are travelling to London today to urge the Prime Minister to officially recognise the contribution they made.
Former aircraftsman Edward Pithers, from Nottingham, is among those calling on the government to set up a benevolent fund to compensate veterans. Mr Edwards saw one of the explosions when he was sent to Christmas Island.
The government has said it pays tribute to the work that the ex-servicemen did, adding they did an invaluable job.
The Transport Secretary and Derbyshire Dales MP Patrick McLoughlin has told a committee that once HS2 is built people would look back and wonder what all the fuss was about.
Mr McLoughlin was being questioned over criticism that a report in September over-estimated the economic benefits of the high speed line which will include a station in the East Midlands.
The authors of the report, KPMG, says it stands by its claim the line will generate £15bn of economic benefit a year by 2037.
With the High Court battle over the reburial of King Richard III having been adjourned, the case is more open for public debate than ever.
ITV News spoke to members of the public, at the Last Plantagenet Pub in Leicester, to hear their views on the subject of where the fallen King should be reburied and why...
Some thought his reburial in Leicester would be good for local investment. Whilst others thought, that as a former King of England, he should be laid to rest at Westminster Abbey.
The legal battle over where the remains of Richard III will be buried has been adjourned.
Three High Court judges decided to adjourn the case to a later date because another party had joined the legal confrontation.
The remains of the last Plantagenet King were found buried under a car park in Leicester last year, and the plan was for them to be reinterred in a tomb in Leicester Cathedral.
But distant relatives of the King in York have brought a legal challenge to this decision. The Plantagenet Alliance claim the remains should be reburied at York Minister, as he wished.
The legal challenge consists of concerns that the Justice Secretary failed to consult before giving archaeologists at the University of Leicester license to excavate Richard’s body, and decide where he would be reburied.
Now the case has been adjourned so that Leicester City Council can be added to the list of parties being challenged by the York group.