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Celebrations as Glossop North End secure a trip to Wembley for the FA Vase final

Glossop North End are heading to Wembley.

The side, which plays in the North West Counties League, lost 0-1 at today's semi final, second leg to St Austell, but go through on aggregate 2-1.

The team will take on North Shields in the final on May 9.

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15-year-old girl and man, 22, killed in Stockport car crash

Floral tributes have been left at Dialstone Lane. Credit: ITV News.

A 15-year-old girl and a 22-year-old man have been killed in a car crash in Stockport.

Two other men were seriously injured.

The victims were in a blue Vauxhall Corsa which collided with a tree on Dialstone Lane.

It happened at around 1.20am this morning.

The emergency services attended and the 15-year-old girl, who has not been named, was pronounced dead at the scene.

The 22-year-old man suffered serious injuries and was taken to hospital but died later.

A 23-year-old man is in a critical condition in hospital and an 18-year-old man, who suffered serious injury, is in a stable condition.

  • Anyone with information should phone Greater Manchester Police's serious Collision Investigation Unit on 0161 856 4741.
Map shows Dialstone Lane. Credit: ITV News.

Two arrests at Far Right rally in Manchester

A protester at Piccadilly Gardens. Credit: ITV News.

Two people were arrested at a rally by a white supremacist group in Manchester today.

Around 50 members of the group, called White Pride, waved flags and marched through Piccadilly Gardens.

A similar number of anti-fascist campaigners staged a counter-demonstration with a line of police separating the two sides.

Greater Manchester Police said two arrests were made, one for a breach of the peace. The second was also held over a public order offence.

Police formed a line between the rally and a counter-demonstration. Credit: ITV News.

Anfield charity match attracts all-star players

Gerrard's squad

Brad Jones, Glen Johnson, Kevin Nolan, Scott Dann, Ashley Williams, John Arne Riise, Luis Suarez, Steven Gerrard, Fernando Torres, Rickie Lambert, Xabi Alonso, Thierry Henry, Charlie Adam, Ryan Babel, Jay Spearing, John Terry, Stephen Warnock, Anthony Gerrard, Joao Carlos Teixeira.

Carragher squad

Jose Enrique, Luis Garcia, Didier Drogba, Craig Noone, Harry Kewell, Alvaro Arbeloa, Alberto Moreno, Stewart Downing, Lucas Leiva, Gael Clichy, Jamie Carragher, Pepe Reina, Fabio Borini, Peter Gulacsi, Jonjo Shelvey, Martin Kelly, Jon Flanagan, Craig Bellamy, Mario Balotelli, Jerome Sinclair.

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Cameron: Tories would have a 'truly seven day NHS'

David Cameron has unveiled plans for a "truly seven day NHS" under a Conservative Government.

For years it's been too hard to access the NHS out of hours. But illness doesn't 'respect working hours. Heart attacks, major accidents, babies. These things don't just come from 9-5.

With a future Conservative Government we would have a truly seven day NHS.

– David Cameron

The PM made the pledge in a speech to the Conservative Conference.

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