A group of five 'dinner ladies' from Balfour Primary School in Brighton have won more than £2m on a lottery syndicate ticket.
The Liberal Democrats unveiled plans for young people to be able to use grandparent's pensions to get onto the property ladder
Bad polls from voters and Liberal Democrat supporters mean Nick Clegg has work to do at his party conference to prove he can still lead.
Iain Dale, the publisher of Gordon Brown spin Damian McBride's memoirs and political blogger, has accepted a police caution for assaulting a protester as Mr McBride was being interviewed by Daybreak.
In a statement on his site, he has apologised for his actions:
I want to apologise and say sorry to Stuart Holmes, who is a passionate campaigner and well known to everyone who attends party conferences and was perfectly entitled to do as he did on Tuesday in trying to get attention for his causes.
It was totally out of character for me to react to him in the way I did.
I also want to apologise for the blogpost I wrote after the incident.
It was full of absurd bravado and in the heat of the moment I behaved in a frankly idiotic way.
In addition, having accepted my guilt, I feel I should make some sort of reparation to Mr Holmes.
I will pay for a new placard for him and also make a donation to a charity of his choice.
Iain Dale, the publisher of former spin doctor Damian McBride, has received a police caution after admitting common assault over a scuffle with a protester during a live television interview in Brighton, Sussex Police said.
Sussex Police say they have questioned a man, believed to be Damian McBride's book publisher Iain Dale, over an "assault" on Brighton seafront:
A man has been interviewed in relation to common assault and is due back to police station on Thursday following Brighton seafront assault
Dale scuffled with anti-nuclear protester Stuart Holmes yesterday as he tried to get the veteran campaigner's banner out of shot while former spin doctor McBride gave a live television interview.
The publisher of Damian McBride's memoirs is facing questions from police after tussling with a protester as the former spin doctor gave a live television interview.
Iain Dale, of Biteback Publishing, scuffled with Stuart Holmes on Brighton seafront as he tried to get the veteran campaigner's anti-nuclear banner out of shot.
Sussex Police said this evening it was "seeking to interview a man in connection with an assault".
Mr Dale, writing on his blog, said the protester - a familiar face to conference-goers for 30 years - was an "idiot" and said he had only done "what any self-respecting publisher would do" by stepping in.
An anti-nuclear protester who kept popping up in interviews behind former spin doctor Damian McBride was tackled to the ground by blogger Iain Dale after refusing to move.
Dale, who is also McBride's publisher, says he intervened in order to protect the author.
The scuffle happened on Brighton seafront this morning on the fringes of the Labour party conference.
Labour leader Ed Miliband has said it his aim to bring "working people" into the party to "truly transform Britain" while speaking at a question and answer session in Brighton.
Mr Miliband received applause after vowing to fight for minimum wage earners and pledging to scrap the bedroom tax.
British politics is heading for "big shifts" in the next few years as voters abandon mainstream parties in the search for "new answers", the leader of the Green Party in England and Wales said.
Natalie Bennett was speaking as activists gathered for their autumn conference in Brighton.
Ms Bennett rejected suggestions the rise of the UK Independence Party had sidelined the Greens from their former position as the fourth party in British politics, insisting it marked a general shift in politics away from traditional party loyalties.
Speaking to BBC Radio 4's Today programme, she said she had been told that in many cases voters were "talking about Ukip and Greens in the one breath".
"Obviously our policies are very different, but people are looking for new answers, and we are going to see big shifts in British politics in the next few years," she said.
"What we are seeing is very much a shift away from the three largest parties."
Police are hunting for a man who is believed to have sexually assaulted two girls while they played in the sea at Brighton beach.
Detectives think the same man carried out attacks on an 11-year-old and a 16-year-old yesterday afternoon, within half an hour of each other.
In the first incident, a 16-year-old Swedish student was in the sea with her two friends when they were approached by five men described as being of Asian appearance, who were said to be hassling them.
An 11-year-old girl and her friend were also in the water when they were approached by an Asian man who picked up the victim and threw her in the air before grabbing her and touching her. Police carried out a search of the beach but the man could not be found.
The suspect is described as an Asian man, with dark brown eyes, with short black hair and wearing white pants.
The driver killed in a coach crash in the French Alps has been named as North East man Maurice Wrightson.
The 64-year-old, who was working for Stanley-based Classic Coaches, was one of two North East employees from the bus company Arriva, who were transporting 52 people back to the UK.
A man who died while running the Brighton Marathon has been named locally as Sam Harper Brighouse.
Twenty-three-year-old Mr Harper Brighouse was from London