A Somerset MP has warned that plans to cut the amount of sugar in jams could lead to "the end of the British breakfast as we know it".
An inquest has heard that James Herbert died from a cardiac arrest
The parents of James Herbert, who died after being detained by police in Somerset, have criticised the police.
Slow traffic and road blocked due to accident, three vehicles involved on A39 Bristol Road near Haydon Drove. Police are on the scene.
The Right Reverend Peter Hancock has been installed as the new Bishop of Bath and Wells.
More than 1,000 people took part in the service at Wells Cathedral.
Bishop Peter was appointed last year to replace the Right Reverend Peter Price who had spent 11 years in the post. It makes him the 79th Bishop of Bath and Wells.
Cygnets born at the beginning of the month at the Bishop's Palace in Wells have learned to ring a bell for food in record time. The 11 baby swans are keeping up a tradition which began in the 1870s.
The cygnets were spotted by staff ringing the bell at the weekend who are amazed that they didn't need to be tempted by bread attached to the cord.
The video shows the youngsters being shown what to do by their parent and then you see them getting the hang of pulling the bell rope themselves.
You can follow the adventures of the young family on the Bishop's Palace Swancam.
Video of this afternoon's dramatic rescue operation above the spires of Wells Cathedral, Somerset.
Video footage shows emergency services at Wells Cathedral in Somerset after a woman fell 30ft inside the cathedral's bell tower.
The 60-year-old became trapped between two walls 150ft up before she was winched up to the roof by fire crews and airlifted to safety in a helicopter.
A spokesman for Wells Cathedral said the 68-year-old woman was part of a tour group of around a dozen, accompanied by two guides.
– Wells Cathedral spokesperson
The emergency services did a fantastic job.She fell inside the cathedral but they took her out through the top of the roof.
A group of 12 adults were undertaking the final stage of a standard Cathedral high parts tour. While the group was undertaking a briefing within this space, an incident occurred to one of the party members.
The cathedral's emergency procedure was immediately put into operation.
No details are yet available as to how the incident occurred but all further high parts tours and cathedral tower tours are cancelled until further notice while a review of the incident takes place.
The casualty trapped at #Wells Cathedral has been lifted to the tower roof by fire crews using ropes and winched off by helicopter
A woman has been winched up by a helicopter after falling around 20 to 30ft between two turrets of a cathedral.
The casualty, who is thought to be in her 60s, is believed to have been on a tour of Wells Cathedral in Somerset when she fell shortly after midday.
An Avon and Somerset Police spokeswoman said a helicopter from RAF Kinloss in the north of Scotland airlifted the woman to Frenchay Hospital in Bristol with what are believed to be arm and pelvic injuries.
Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue said appliances from Wells, Shepton Mallet, Bridgwater and Street were sent to the scene and worked alongside paramedics and a doctor.