Do you shop online for the convenience of items being delivered to your home? Are you satisfied with home deliveries you've received or have you had a problem with them? Have you had to rearrange your diary or take a day off work to wait for a delivery, only to find it's delayed or damaged?
Today we're investigating dodgy deliveries and we want to hear your experiences. Get in touch on Twitter, Facebook or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org by 8am on Tuesday 21 October. You must be 18 and over, for full terms and conditions visit itv.com/terms.
Gusts of up to 70mph threaten to cause travel disruption and difficult driving conditions as the tail end of Hurricane Gonzalo hits the UK this morning.
Good Morning Britain is looking for people to safely send us footage and photos of their journey to work, taking the kids to school, or even just going about their daily routine tomorrow morning in the storm.
Get in touch on Twitter, Facebook or by emailing email@example.com by 8am on Tuesday 21 October and let us know whether you will be happy to send us photos and footage of your journey. You must be 18 and over, for full terms and conditions visit itv.com/terms.
Fallen Paralympian star Oscar Pistorius will find out whether he is to spend the next 15 years of his life behind bars for killing of his former girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp.
The South African athlete was found guilty of manslaughter (or culpable homicide as it is called in South Africa) last month and could be behind bars until his 40s.
Culpable homicide has a wide sentencing scope in South Africa. He could walk away with a fine and community service or spend up to 15 years in prison.
Pistorius' defence are asking for a three-year community service sentence because:
Screening for Ebola will begin today at Gatwick airport with checks on arrivals from 'at risk' countries
Parts of the country will be pounded by strong winds and heavy rain today as the tail end of Hurricane Gonzalo hits the UK.
The storm will move east, with gusts up to 75 miles an hour expected in coastal regions. Northern Ireland took the brunt of the storm overnight.
Fashion legend Oscar de la Renta has passed away at the age of 82, ABC News has reported.
One of the biggest names in American fashion for over 40 years, Oscar made his name dressing first Lady Jackie Kennedy before launching her own line in the mid-1960s.
He worked for renowned fashion houses Balmain and Lanvin and was a favourite among the A list as well as American first ladies.
His last high profile dress was Amal Clooney's wedding dress.
The Duchess of Cambridge is set for her first public engagement after she was taken ill with acute morning sickness, Clarence House has said.
The Queen along with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are due to formally welcome the president of Singapore Tony Tan Keng Yam as he begins a historic state visit.
He is the first Singaporean head of state to make a state trip to Britain and will spend four days conducting a busy round of meetings, visits and hold talks with the Prime Minister.
This will be the first time the Duchess has been seen in public since her second pregnancy was announced on September 8.
She stepped out of the limelight to rest as she was suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum, which plagued her during her first pregnancy.
Clarence House said her condition was "steadily improving".
A tough advertising campaign targeting benefitting claimants will remind them the face jail time if they fail to notify the government of any changes in their circumstances, it has emerged.
The ads are part of a campaign to highlight the types of fraud which cost the taxpayer £1.1 billion every year, authorities have said.
Benefit claimants who fail to declare that a partner has moved in, or increase their cash flow and do not tell the government.
Work and pensions minister Mark Harper said the government would "use everything in our power" to put a stop to benefit fraudsters:
We are giving benefit claimants every opportunity to tell us if their circumstances have changed, as the majority do.
But those who cheat the system need to know we will use everything in our power to stop them stealing money from hardworking taxpayers, and that they could land themselves in jail when they're caught.