The first free school to fail has closed its doors less than three years after opening. Parents and experts talk to Christine Alsford.
The government said it acted on failing standards when it closed down Discovery New School in Crawley. But was it the right decision?
Tens of thousands of primary school places have been handed out amid growing pressure on places.
Almost two thirds of the public think David Cameron handled the Maria Miller expenses row badly, according to a new ITV News/ComRes poll.
Some 63% of those polled said the Prime Minister had performed "badly", with 32% saying he had handled the the controversy "very badly".
Just 8% of respondents said they thought Mr Cameron had dealt with it well.
ComRes polled 1,000 members of the public today.
An agency nurse has been paid £1,800 for working a single 11-hour Bank Holiday shift at a Kent hospital.
Health watchdogs say the payment is the result of chaotic recruitment in the NHS.
But the Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust says it was the victim of 'market forces'.
John Ryall spoke to Dr John Lister of the campaign group Health Emergency and the Liberal Democrat candidate for Maidstone and The Weald Jasper Gerard.
The Basingstoke MP who escaped serious penalties for overclaiming expenses has spent the day trying to escape the press who've been pushing her for a full explanation. The Prime Minister came to her defence.,
It's been an embarrassing day for one of our MPs. Maria Miller who represents Basingstoke was forced to stand up in the House of Commons and apologise for her attitude - after an investigation into her expenses.
Mrs Miller was also ordered to pay back almost £6000 in wrongly claimed mortgage payments. But she WILL keep her job after The Prime Minister said she was an"excellent" Culture Secretary. Political Correspondent Phil Hornby also talked to John Mann MP.
Basingstoke MP Maria Miller has been ordered to repay nearly £6,000 in overclaimed mortgage expenses. It's after an inquiry into her finances. She has also made an apology to the House of Commons.
In this month's Last Word, John Howarth who hopes to be elected Labour MEP for the South East region next month, Layla Moran the LibDem candidate for Oxford West & Abingdon, and Tom Tugendhat who is the Conservative candidate for Tonbridge & Malling, debate flooding and last night's EU showdown.
Just in: Basingstoke MP and Culture Secretary Maria Miller has been ordered to repay £5,800 in overclaimed mortgage expenses. She will also have to make a personal apology on the floor of the House of Commons
Maria Miller, the Basingstoke MP, will hear later the results of an inquiry into her finances. It's reported she over claimed on her mortgage expenses for her property in London. The Culture Secretary may have to repay several thousand pounds. The minister says she did nothing wrong.
PM: Congratulations to all same-sex couples getting married today – I wish you every possible happiness for the future #equalmarriage
The Prime Minister David Cameron, who is also the MP for the Oxfordshire constituency of Witney, has extended good wishes to all same-sex couples holding weddings today. The ceremonies can be held after a change in the law on the stroke of midnight on Friday.