Warm tributes have been paid to Staffordshire teenager Stephen Sutton at Westminster today, after his funeral was held recently at Lichfield cathedral.
The 19-year-old raised more than £4m for cancer charities and inspired a nation, as he raised funds when completing his bucket list of things to do before he died.
His local MP, Michael Fabricant, raised his story in a question to the Church Commissioner Sir Tony Baldry MP.
Mr Fabricant said:
It's a shame that in this instance the Arch Bishop of Canterbury isn't in power to give sainthoods! But will my right honourable friend join me in congratulating the Dean of Lichfield Cathedral for seizing the moment...
...and taking advantage of the fact - in the best possible way - of this great out-feeling of passion and grief, that people in my constituency had over the great work and life of a 19-year-old who died of cancer.
The Independent on Sunday has released their 2014 Happy List, which highlights the top 100 people who enrich the lives of others.
A security guard wound up with a free trip to Las Vegas after an e-mail error - but donated it to charity instead.
Stephen Sutton was "a credit to humanity" whose "spirit lives on", say this morning's front pages.