The wreck of the Italian cruise ship the Costa Concordia is to be scrapped two years after it sank killing 32 people.
In one of the most expensive maritime salvage operations ever, the ship was towed to the Italian port of Genoa, close to where it struck a reef off the Italian island of Giglio in January 2012.
The ship's captain Francesco Schettino has denied charges of multiple manslaughter and abandoning ship, which could see him jailed for up to 20 years.
ITV News Correspondent Ronke Phillips has this report:
More top news
Key cancer drugs aimed at extending the lives of patients will be axed from the Cancer Drugs Fund in England on Friday.
The suspects attacked the Staffordshire Bull Terrier in front of its terrified owner during the attempted burglary in broad daylight.
A comedy drama series which details the lives of Russian expats in London will air tonight.