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Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. Two thirds of parents say Halloween outfits are too frightening for young children and 55 percent think they are too sexualised, according to a Channel Mums survey. The website's runner Siobhan Freeguard joins us today to talk about why she thinks certain costumes should have an age certificate. Let us know what you think on Twitter and Facebook.

  2. Theresa May will address EU leaders in Brussels later today with Brexit on top of the list of topics at the summit, after five rounds of talks between the EU and UK. The last round of negotiations ended with what the EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier called a 'disturbing deadlock.' Dr Michael Fuchs said on Tuesday, the UK must offer to pay the EU more if Brexit talks are to advance on to the next round. We'll be speaking to him this morning.

  3. Self-harming in teenage girls aged 13-16 has risen 'rapidly' in recent years according to new research. Between 2011 and 2014 reports of self-harm among British girls in the age group rose by 68 percent, experts at the University of Manchester found. An increase in common mental health disorders and the impact of digital media were suggested as possible reasons behind the rise.

  4. Former England football captain Terry Butcher has said he is 'devastated' by the death of his son Christopher, aged 35. Butcher, 58, said his son's life had been 'tragically cut short' and described him as a 'dedicated captain in the British Army' after serving in Afghanistan with the Royal Artillery. Christopher died on Monday but the circumstances of his death have not been made public.

  5. The trial of a soldier accused of trying to kill his wife with a sabotaged parachute has been shown a video demonstrating how it could be done in a toilet cubicle in just over five minutes. Sergeant Emile Cilliers, 37, is accused of tampering with the chute of his former Army officer wife, Victoria Cilliers, the day before a jump at Easter in April 2015. Prosecutors allege the NCO in the Royal Army Physical Training Corps took the chute into a lavatory at the airfield at Netheravon, Wiltshire, and twisted the lines of the main parachute before removing vital parts called 'slinks' from the reserve.

Top five headlines you're going home to

  1. The FA has apologised after an internal investigation found that ex-England women’s football manager Mark Sampson made “discriminatory” remarks. The FA found that Sampson made “ill-judged attempts at humour” when speaking to players Eniola Aluko and Drew Spence. However, Katherine Newton, who led the investigation, concluded that Sampson “was not a racist” and that Aluko was not a victim of prolonged bullying.

  2. The Universal Credit helpline call charge has been scrapped. The 55p-a-minute rate has been scrapped following a heavy amount of criticism from MPs and campaigners, with Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn bringing up the issue in last weeks PMQs. Welfare secretary David Gauke announced the fee would be scrapped in November and all of the departments helplines would be free by the end of the year.

  3. Shocking footage has emerged of a firework that was thrown onto a bus traveling between The Angel and Camden on Saturday night. The footage shows the firework being launched into the front of the bus before sparks flew in the direction of passengers. An eyewitness told ITV news: "No one was expecting the attack. They started attacking cars and bikes but then went on attacking the bus." Watch the video here.

  4. US President Donald Trump has hit out on Twitter after he was accused of “insensitive remarks” he reportedly made during a phone call to a soldier’s widow, whose husband was killed by Islamist militants. Myeshia Johnson was travelling to the airport where Sgt La David Johnson’s coffin was flown to, when she received a call from the president who is alleged to have said Sgt Johnson "must have known what he'd signed up for". Trump has hit back on Twitter claiming that he has proof that he didn’t say the alleged remarks.

  5. Former US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has praised the NHS after the care she received after fracturing her toe during her UK book tour. The injury resulted in the cancellation of several promotional events for her book. Clinton revealed the accident took place during the recording of The Graham Norton show, which was re-scheduled due to her injury.

Megan McKenna talks about taking Taylor Swift's number one spot!

TOWIE star Megan McKenna joined us this morning to talk about shooting to fame as a country singer.

The reality TV star shot to the top of the charts with her debut single, High Heeled Shoes - and even took Taylor Swift's number one spot!

But what does her musical success mean for her future on TOWIE?

Watch the full interview above.

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Kristin Chenoweth: There are lots of 'respectful' men in Hollywood

The Tony-winning Wicked and Glee star gave her views on the Weinstein scandal

I think this is the beginning. We'll see it in music and fashion and all kinds of things and sometimes chaos comes before order.

– Kristin Chenoweth

Award-winning actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth has told Good Morning Britain that she thinks 'good' will come out of the Harvey Weinstein scandal.

Speaking about the tide of sexual abuse allegations coming out against the shamed Hollywood heavyweight, the West Wing and Glee star, who appeared in one of his musicals, said: "I am deeply hurt for the women. I like to see them coming out strong, not as victims. They're strong. I hate it for any women or man this has ever happened to - and let's be honest, I don't know of somebody who hasn't had situations they've had to get out of."

When asked by Richard Madeley whether she's personally had a negative experience with Weinstein, the Emmy award winner said: "Do you know what, I really don't want to comment on that at this point. What I would like to say is I think there can be good that comes of it. I think this is the beginning. We'll see it in music and fashion and all kinds of things and sometimes chaos comes before order."

Showbuzz: Ariana breaks the internet with stool pose

Richard Arnold brings us our midweek fix of entertainment gossip, including Victoria Beckham's bizarre tip for cutting back on booze and Harry Styles revealing how he came up with One Direction's band name.

Plus did Ariana get photoshopped onto that stool or does she just have amazing balance?

Grey's Anatomy writer on Hollywood's 'sordid history' of sexism

I don’t have a female colleague in this town who doesn’t have stories like mine

– Krista Vernoff

A Hollywood writer has told Good Morning Britain stories of the appalling sexism she's experienced in the industry, claiming misogyny has 'never gone anywhere'.

Grey’s Anatomy writer and executive Krista Vernoff told GMB of how a show's boss belittled her at a meeting by reading her script before asking: "Did someone help you write it?". On a separate occasion another male showrunner asked her about her sex life in front of a room full of people.

Speaking to presenters Susanna Reid and Richard Madeley in light of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, Krista said: “We have a long history, a sordid history, of this kind of thing and it’s never gone anywhere. And it’s sort of thrilling at this moment that these very powerful actresses have come out and said ‘me too’."

She also spoke of her guilt over knowing she would have worked with Weinstein if given the chance, despite knowing of his reputation.

Should employees get paid leave to care for pets?

I didn't really cry when I got divorced but I was distraught when I lost Sam

– Liz Jones on how much losing her pet dog affected her

Should workers be given paid leave to look after their pets? You might think the question is barking mad but it follows a case in Italy where a woman has been allowed to claim sick pay after taking time off work to care for her unwell dog.

Sixty-seven percent of Good Morning Britain viewers said in a Twitter poll that they don't think people should get paid leave but animals are now recognised as part of the family in a landmark decision by a judge in the Italian courts. This comes after several UK companies - including the drinks firm Brewdog - have allowed their employees up to five days off to settle a new dog into their home.

This morning we spoke to entrepreneur and businessman Alex Proud who employs around 100 people and doesn't think they should be allowed paid leave when a pet falls sick or dies.