This Morning: who should be the new host of the troubled daytime show?
We have sent camera crews out across the country for peoples opinions on who should host This Morning following the departure of Philip Schofield.
Train travel: Plans to close most railway ticket offices
Soon busy rail hubs or top tourist attractions may become the only train stations in England to have manned ticket offices. It's thought a public consultation may be launched in the coming weeks into the closure of rail ticket offices, as bosses at rail operators say they want to redeploy staff as part of modernisation plans.
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Legs4Africa complete nationwide road trip to collect prosthetic legs
Bristol based charity legs for Africa have been on a nationwide road trip to collect prosthetic legs to be send over to helps those in Sub-Saharan Africa <br />Video by Courtney Sargent
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Five things you need to know about in Leeds this week - 3 February
Joseph Keith from the Yorkshire Evening Post talks about some of the biggest stories of the week.
GCSE Results Day: Meet the student who has achieved top grades at 13 after studying online
This week sees thousands of pupils from across parts of the uk collect their GCSE results. Students have experienced a more standard build up to exams which have been sat in the traditional way, with results across England and Wales heading towards pre-pandemic levels. <br /><br />GCSE grades this year show a slight decline compared to last year, moving closer to pre-pandemic levels. Notably, a significant portion of grades, nearly two-thirds, fall within the range of A* to C. This academic year has witnessed a return to pre-pandemic teaching methods, incorporating measures to acknowledge the learning disruptions faced by students. The overall GCSE results align closely with those of 2009. In England, achievements at grade 7 and above stand at 21.6%, an improvement from 20.6% in 2009. In Wales, an impressive 21.7% of students secured the highest grades. <br /><br />We speak to Asaph, a 13-year-old from Pembrokeshire, who has successfully completed his GCSEs after studying online.