The sister of one of the 7/7 victims has returned to the scene where her brother was killed on the 10th anniversary of the terror attacks.
David Foulkes, 22, a newspaper sales manager from Oldham had just moved to the city to start a new job. He was killed at Edgware Road station by one of four devices to be detonated. 52 people we killed in the attacks.
His sister Jill Wood said: "I feel like if he's anywhere, that's where he is."
X Factor auditions will begin this week after the show was halted following the death of Simon Cowell's mother.
The music mogul will attend auditions on Wednesday and Thursday, a statement from Syco said. The first try-outs had been due to begin in Manchester today.
Announcing the death of 89-year-old Julie Cowell last night, his family said they were "heartbroken".
A family spokesman added: "We would like to thank the media for kindly respecting Julie's privacy throughout and we politely request continued privacy for the entire family at this particularly difficult time."
Blackpool fans will make a move to buy the football club today. They're unhappy at the way the club is currently being run by the Oyston family.
It's been a turbulent few months for the relegated club, the manager Lee Clarke quit after they went down to League One. The fans have protested a number of times and even invaded the pitch on the final game of the season to show their disdain for the owners.
Last month Blackpool chairman Karl Oyston was banned from all football activity for six weeks and fined £40,000 for sending abusive texts to a fan.
Today the Blackpool Supporters' Trust will deliver a bid to the club and hold a press conference later this morning.
A memorial will be held in the North West to mark the 10 years since the London terror attacks, Marie Hartley from Lancashire and David Foulkes from Oldham both died in the 7/7 blasts. The peace centre in Warrington who do work to educate against extremism will fall silent to remember the victims.
Mrs Hartley, 34, from Oswaldtwistle was one of 13 people killed in the bus explosion and left behind husband David and two sons.
22-year-old David from Oldham had moved to London to start a new job, was one of six people killed on the Edgware Road train.
In this special report Matt O'Donoghue visits the home of Taser in Arizona. They are the manufacturers of the stun gun used in the case of Jordon Begley.
A jury has decided the use of a taser against 23-year-old factory worker Jordon Begley was "inappropriate" and contributed to his death by cardiac arrest.
Tyson Fury will take on Wladimir Klitschko in Germany after the heavyweights' rival camps reached an agreement. The world title fight is due to take place in Dusseldorf on the 24th of October.
The mother of Jordon Begley has talked about her delight at finally hearing the truth about how her son died.
Speaking to ITV Granada Reports Dorothy Begley said Jordon's treatment by Greater Manchester Police officers had been "horrific and horrendous".
The 23-year-old factory worker died after being tasered at home in Gorton almost exactly two years ago on July 10th 2013.