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New-born twins have separate nationalities

Twins Dylan and Hannah
Twins Dylan and Hannah Credit: Donna Keenan

Donna Keenan went into labour at her home in Northumberland four weeks early. Dylan Joseph was born at home in Wooler but his sister refused to emerge. So paramedics rushed Donna to Borders General Hospital where Hannah Rose was born, making her Scottish!

Twins Dylan and Hannah
Cross border twin babies Credit: Donna Keenan
Twins Dylan and Hannah
Mum Donna with her twins Credit: Donna Keenan
Twins Dylan and Hannah
He's English, she's Scottish Credit: Donna Keenan

Around the House tonight

Around the House with Sir Alan Beith MP and Anne McIntosh MP Credit: ITV

Gerry Foley discusses the state of the Coalition with North Yorkshire Conservative MP Anne McIntosh and Berwick Lib Dem Sir Alan Beith.

Gerry Foley also talks to Newcastle's Catherine McKinnell, newly appointed to Labour's frontbench Treasury team, about how she'll be helping to lead the Opposition's attack on the Government's economic policy. That's on ITV1 tonight at 11:35pm.


Scotland Could Set New Record For Warmest February Day

by Philipa Tomson
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Today's temperatures Credit: ITV News

It’s generally mild everywhere today but exceptionally so in parts of Scotland. At 11am today, temperatures of 16c - 61 degrees Fahrenheit - were already being recorded near Aberdeen.

And the mercury is expected to rise even higher during the next few hours.

The current record for the warmest February in Scotland is 17.9c. That was set on February 22nd1897.

North East England will also be exceptionally mild today. Highs of 15 or 16c are possible.

However, western areas such as Dumfries & Galloway and Cumbria will experience a lot of cloud so aren’t expected to match these impressive figures.

In England, the mildest February day on record is 19.7c.

This was set on February 13th 1998 atGreenwich Observatory in London. No English records are expected to be broken.

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