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Cecil the lion's son shot dead: Should trophy hunting be banned?

The death of Cecil the Lion caused global outrage back in 2015 and threw a spotlight on trophy hunting in Africa. Fast forward two years and there was a feeling of deja vu yesterday when it was confirmed that Cecil's son Xanda had been shot dead by a big game trophy hunter in Zimbabwe.

Xanda's dad Cecil the lion pictured in 2012

While anti-hunting campaigners are calling on Western governments to stop trophy imports and African nations to ban the sport, big game hunters say trophy hunting plays a huge part in conserving and protecting lions, and generates income for African communities.

Born Free Foundation's Will Travers and hunter Diggory Hadoke join us to debate the issue.

Ready for love? Here's how to bag Mr Right!

He’s the international dating guru with almost 900,000 YouTube subscribers and guarantees he can help you bag the perfect partner. Matthew Hussey, bestselling author of Get the Guy, says 2017 is the time to meet someone and get yourself out on a date. But what’s the best way? And what do you do during the date?

Watch the video above as Matthew reveals the secrets of what really goes on inside a man’s head!

Is pet-ternity leave a good idea?

Move over maternity and paternity leave - would you ever consider taking 'pet-ternity' leave? That's three weeks of time off, with full time pay - to look after the new four-legged friend in your home.

IT worker Greg Buchanan has allowed his team to take him up on the offer after his wife took nine months off to look after their dogs, but is he a thoughtful boss, or is he simply barking?

Have your say in our poll above!

Excluded from school - aged SEVEN

He's a lot calmer, he's a lot politer, he knows most of the time what's going to tip him over the edge - so he knows to walk away

– Alfie's mum Mel on what's changed since her son's time at The Rosebery School in Kings Lynn

'Disruptive' and 'dumb' - just two of the words used to describe a group of seven-year-old students who have been excluded from school because of their poor behaviour. Channel 4’s Excluded at Seven, which hits our screens next week, follows the stories of six pupils at The Rosebery School in Kings Lynn - as new figures reveal more four and five year olds are being excluded than ever before.

We meet eight-year-old Alfie, who appears in the documentary, alongside his headmistress Sharon and his mum Mel, who says the school has completely turned things around for her boy after he was excluded 13 times in just four months.

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