Duncan Bannatyne's daughters on his Jungle journey

We've seen his battles with Lady C on I'm A Celebrity but this week Duncan Bannatyne took centre stage for his dance moves and leadership skills.

The multi-millionaire business tycoon was even dubbed the hunk of the camp by his his young counterparts Ferne McCann and Vicky Pattison.

We;re joined by Duncan's daughters Abi Jenny to find out what they make of their dad's Jungle status and his journey so far.

Drink driver spared electronic tag to go on stag do

David Cameron has promised action after a drink-driver who left two young women paralysed in a car crash had his electronic tag removed so he could go to a stag weekend in Portugal.

Hayley Jones was with her friend Amy Baxter when they accepted a lift from John Morton. Amy is still in hospital and hasn't seen her children in seven months as her head injuries are so horrific.

Hayley, who was left paralysed from the chest down and requires 24 hour care, will be joining us on the sofa.

the driver was given a three-year driving ban, a fine and a 20 week overnight curfew but had this lifted to attend a stag party.

MP Jake Berry has called the magistrates' decision 'crazy' and is now helping the victims' campaign to get tougher drink-driving laws.

Do you want to Eat More, Lose More?

At the start of a new year, millions of people around the country will vow to live better and be healthier. GMB aims to encourage the nation to get healthy in 2016 by eating MORE, moving more, losing weight and feeling great!

We're looking for two families to take on our Eat More Lose More challenge with the help of Corrie star, Kym Marsh and her team of experts.

The Eat More, Lose More team includes nutritionist and TV cook, Tonia Buxton and trainer to the stars, Scott Ashley who will devise the Eat More, Lose More food and fitness plans for you to follow at home. In addition, our team will help two successful families in taking on our ‘100 days of healthy’ challenge by eating MORE!

Sarah Brown helping refugee kids back to school

For children forced to flee war in Syria, staying alive often means leaving everything behind.

Not only do they lose their family and their homes, they also lose their education.

One person trying to change that is Sarah Brown - a passionate global advocate for both education and health issues. The wife of former UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown has been to Lebanon where thousands of child refugees are finally returning to the classroom.

She joins us on the sofa to talk about the project which is helping more children back into school.

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