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Notre-Dame saved and to be rebuilt after devastating fire

Emmanuel Macron has vowed to rebuild Notre-Dame, after a blaze ripped through the cathedral last night.

He stated it is a part of "France's destiny" and is what "history deserves", and will seek national and international aid to help restore the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

President Macron also thanked the hard work of the firefighters, who worked around the clock to control the blaze. Emergency services managed to save a lot of the stone structure of the cathedral - including the two main iconic towers.

No fatalities have been reported, however a firefighter was seriously injured in the blaze.

Home Hacks: The Queen of Clean

Lynsey Crombie (Queen of Clean) is one of the UK's most popular cleaning bloggers. Her devoted followers turn to her everyday for her expert tips and tricks. Lynsey was first seen back in 2014 on Channel 4's 'Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners' where she was a regular cast member cleaning some of Britain's dirtiest homes.

She runs a successful cleaning company and regularly appears on TV giving her top cleaning hacks. Lynsey currently has a book out 'How to Clean Your House and Tidy up Your Life' - and here are some top tips...

Christine McGuinness pushes for autism awareness

Christine McGuinness has opened up to Good Morning Britain about the ups and downs of raising twins with with autism.

“I felt like more of a carer than a mum,” said the mum.

“It’s only gotten easier in the last year.”

Christine said she and her husband Paddy discovered their twins Leo and Penelope were autistic when they were 3-and-a-half years old.

Despite the challenges, Christine has never shied away from talking about her children's condition, and has openly spoken about challenges in the past. She believes this can help other mothers with autistic children to break down the stigma and raise awareness on the condition.

"It just makes sense to teach people about this condition, The more people that understand about it... that's what's going to help," she said.

She says she’s proud to be able to help teacher others about autism, and as part of World Autism Awareness Month, she will be holding the star-studded charity Twinkle Ball for the National Autistic Society.

One in 100 people in the UK are on the autism spectrum.

For information and support, visit the National Autistic Society.

ISIS bride's legal bills will reportedly be funded by taxpayers

It has been reported that Jihadi bride Shamima Begum’s legal bill to fight the decision to remove her British citizenship is being funded by the taxpayers.

At the age of 15, she left the UK for a life with ISIS, but when she resurfaced this year in a refugee camp with a baby, who later died, she said she wanted to come back to the UK.

Home Secretary Said Javid, decided to strip Shamima of her British citizenship - but the ISIS bride has reportedly applied to use public funds to appeal the decision.

Good Morning Britain's reporter Nick Dixon has the latest.

Tonight's Julie Etchingham reminisces about Theresa May's naughtiest moment reveal

ITV's Tonight programme has been uncovering scandals and getting scoops for the past twenty years. During that time, Tonight presenter, Julie Etchingham made history when she gained a candid insight into the personal life of Theresa May in 2017.

The ITV presenter playfully asked the Prime Minister to recall her naughtiest moment in childhood. Remarkably the PM answered: "Me and my friends, sort of used to run through the fields of wheat."

She added: "The farmers weren't too pleased about it."

Reminiscing about the moment on Good Morning Britain, Julie Etchingham explained: "It took on a life of its own really. There was something really charming about it because she was just very candid."

She added: "I just wondered when the naughty moments might have been. My honest reaction was what you saw."