What is the most expensive bill you've paid?

A report in the Mirror today has details on Reece Hawley, a patient with terminal brain cancer, who has been forced to find £2000 a week to pay for the life-prolonging drug Avastin, after the NHS said it was too expensive.

We want to hear your thoughts on this, what was the most expensive bill you have had to pay - and what was it for? Get in touch before 8am today on Twitter, Facebook or by emailing gmb@itv.com and we may read your comments out on the show. You must be 18 and over, terms at itv.com/terms.

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What makes Britain great?

People from around the world love Britain because we're polite, educated, friendly, law abiding and love a good laugh, a survey from the British Council has found.

On the downside we drink too much, eat badly and are ignorant of other cultures, the survey found that in overall attractiveness, the UK came second only to the US in joint place with Australia. The British Council says it shows that Britain's cultural heritage has made it a world wide brand and more needs to be spent nurturing it.

We want to hear from you - what do you think makes Britain great? Get in touch before 8am today on Twitter, Facebook or by emailing gmb@itv.com and we may read your comments out on the show. You must be 18 and over, terms at itv.com/terms.

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Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. Gaza has come under intense bombardment hours after Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu warned of a long, drawn-out military campaign

  2. Attacks on Jews have doubled in the space of a month, according to police and community groups

  3. The families of the British victims of the MH17 plane crash will meet David Cameron today

  4. Independent retailers are helping to encourage shoppers back to Britain's high streets

  5. Fuel prices at some of the big supermarkets are being cut from today, one chain is claiming that it'll mean the cheapest petrol prices for three years

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Anti-Semitic attacks 'double in a month'

Hate crimes have doubled since the start of the Gaza conflict, figures showed.

Attacks on Jews have doubled in the space of a month, according to police and community groups.

More than 100 anti-semitic hate incidents have been recorded in Britain throughout July, including an attack carried out by four youths on a Rabbi outside a Jewish boarding school in Gateshead.

Gaza under intense bombardment overnight

Despite short ceasefires, the fighting continues.

Gaza has come under intense bombardment hours after Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu warned of a long, drawn-out military campaign.

The house of Ismail Haniyeh, Hamas' leader in Gaza, was also hit by an Israeli missile. There were no casualties reported.

More than 1,000 Palestinians, mostly civilians, and some 50 Israelis have been killed since the violence began nearly three weeks ago.

The mum misdiagnosed with cancer

Imagine being diagnosed with cancer and being told you have only a couple of years left to live - but then you find out it was a misdiagnosis and you didn't have cancer at all.

That's exactly what happened to Denise Clark, who spent two years preparing to die, in which she wrote farewell letters to her sons and even planned her own funeral.

Denise joins us alongside Dr Hilary Jones.

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