Pupils and teachers from West Sussex have taken their fight for fairer school funding to Downing Street.
Campaigners say schools in their area receive £44 million pounds less than the national average. Some headteachers say they face having to lose staff and increase the number of children in their classes. They're calling for £20 million pounds to be made available.
Six boys who have a life limiting muscle wasting condition are to head to Downing Street later to appeal to the Prime Minister for help.
Among them is seven year old Jagger Curtis from Hampshire who has Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. The boys and their families are campaigning for a specific drug to be made available on the NHS.
Two mums, one from Salisbury, the other from near Balcombe in Sussex, hand delivered a message to Number 10 Downing street today calling on the Prime Minister to re-think his support for fracking.
Becky Martin set-up the campaign group 'Frack Free Families' saying the controversial technique of drilling for gas will harm future generations. Phil Hornby reports.
Families from the south are heading to Ten Downing Street to deliver letters, poems and messages against fracking. Led by Salisbury mother, Becky Martin, they want to encourage a rethink on current proposals for exploratory drilling in the UK.
A letter calling for a ban on fracking or at least a moratorium, with many more concerned, informed words are on the way to Mr Cameron from Frack Free Families.
A 42-year-old man was Tasered after he was seen pointing a knife at his own throat near Downing Street in London, Scotland Yard said.
He was challenged by police just before 9pm yesterday but failed to respond so the electronic weapon was used.
The man had been shouting in the road and appeared to have a knife that he was pointing at his throat.
He suffered a minor head injury when he fell and was taken to hospital as a precaution.
He was later arrested on suspicion of possession of a knife and affray, and remains in custody.