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Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has paid tribute to "selfless" cancer patient Stephen Sutton following the 19 year old's death:
Teachers and pupils at Stephen Sutton's former school have paid tribute to the cancer patient, who died this morning aged 19.
Stephen Sutton's former headteacher has paid tribute to the teenager, who he described as "the most exceptional person I have ever known".
Comedian Jason Manford, who helped to Stephen Sutton with his fundraising for a cancer charity, said the teenager was "the most inspiring person I've ever met".
He said: "Stephen Sutton was the most inspiring person I've ever met and touched more lives than he will ever know.
"He was an incredibly positive young man and a credit to his family, to Burntwood and to humanity itself. The reason we took to him so passionately was because he was better than us, he did something that none of us could even imagine doing.
"In his darkest hour he selflessly dedicated his final moments to raising millions of pounds for teenagers with cancer.
"Some of Stephen's words will stay with me and others forever and they are words to live by - 'life isn't measured in time, it's measured in achievements'.
"If that's true, Stephen, then you had a fulfilling life full of special moments and you will live long in the memory of thousands, if not millions, of people."
Labour leader Ed Miliband has paid tribute to cancer patient Stephen Sutton, who died this morning aged 19.
Yellow ribbons in support of cancer patient Stephen Sutton, who died this morning aged 19, have been tied on the gates of his former school.
Ribbons have been tied around Chase Terrace Technology College and other parts of Staffordshire.
Stephen's mother announced his death on his Facebook page, where she said her "heart is bursting with pride but breaking with pain for my courageous, selfless, inspirational son".
The Prime Minister has paid tribute to Stephen Sutton, who died this morning from cancer.
Stephen Sutton, who died this morning aged 19, has raised over £3.2 million for charity Teenage Cancer Trust.
The charity said they were "humbled and hugely grateful for what Stephen achieved and continues to achieve for us".
He had originally set out to raise £1 million for the charity.
Teenage Cancer Trust, the charity Stephen Sutton was raising funds for, have paid tribute to the 19-year-old who died this morning.
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The Church of England has offered Lichfield Cathedral as a funeral venue to the family of inspirational teenager Stephen Sutton.
Stephen Sutton was "a credit to humanity" whose "spirit lives on", say this morning's front pages.