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Arthur and Alfie have Downs syndrome.
Their mum and dad applied for disability benefits to help with the round the clock care the boys need.
But to their amazement, the Department of Work and Pensions has decided the boys who're identical twins must be treated differently.
Our political reporter Daniel Hewitt has been to Lancashire to meet the family....
Dale Cregan, the man who's already admitted he killed two police officers, has now pleaded guilty to the murder of a father and son from Greater Manchester.
He changed his plea as his trial resumed today at Preston Crown Court.
But he still denies attempting to murder a woman in a grenade attack.
Elaine Willcox reports
This week, the Tate Gallery at Liverpool's Albert Dock celebrates its 25th anniversary.
Millions of people have visited in the last quarter of a century to admire the Tate's varied collection of modern art and exhibitions by major artists.
Today the man forever linked with Liverpool's regeneration, Lord Heseltine, dropped by.
Ralph Blunsom reports:-
Now while most of us are thinking of summer and flying to sunnier climes.......
one man from Rossendale in Lancashire is thinking of winter and flying down ice on a tray.
Kristian Bromley is one of the world's best when it comes to the sport of skeleton bob.
And next year he'll be going for gold at the Winter Olympics in Russia.
Our reporter Adam McClean has been to see him in training.
The body of a baby girl discovered on a country lane near Bolton in March has been laid to rest.
Police called the child 'Alia' - which means 'beautiful' - after her parents failed to come forward.
Her tiny body was wrapped in a carrier bag with the plea written on a scrap of paper to give her an Islamic burial.
Today that wish was fulfilled.
Our correspondent Matt O'Donoghue has the details:
The route for the most spectacular stage of the Tour of Britain has been unveiled and it's going to test some of the world's best cyclists.
The Lake District leg will see the riders compete for the King of the Mountains title as they go over Honister Pass.
They will also sprint along West Cumbria's Energy Coast on the journey from Carlisle to Kendal.
Our reporter Kim Inglis spoke to Ian Stephens from Cumbria Tourism, Peter Hodges from the Tour of Britain, Matt Cronshaw from Team IG Sigma Sport and Jack Pulla from Madison Genesis:
There are long delays on the M6 Northbound at Junction 28 after an accident. Traffic is backing up to Junction 27, while the Southbound carriageway has now reopened.
Liverpool have accepted a 15 million pound offer from West Ham for their striker Andy Carroll. He was signed by Kenny Dalglish for a club record fee of 35 million pounds back in 2011. But he's spent most of this season on loan at the Hammers.
The M6 Southbound is closed between Junctions 29 and 28 to allow the Air Ambulance to attend an accident on the Northbound carriageway. Diversions are in place.