Strike action by thousands of junior doctors has been suspended so talks can continue
Jeremy Corbyn says he will grant Labour MPs a free vote on UK air strikes in Syria - with a Commons debate expected to take place tomorrow
A Good Morning Britain investigation into drink driving has captured a dramatic 140mph police chase leading to a horrendous accident after a driver failed to stop for what should have been a routine police check. Over the next four weeks, millions of motorists face being stopped as police forces across the country check for drink and drug driving.
A landmark new law on organ donors comes into effect in Wales today. The revolutionary system means adults automatically become donors after their death - unless they have chosen to opt out beforehand.
ITV's Text Santa kicks off today with Amanda Holden joining GMB to tell us about her trip to Nepal for Save The Children to visit a grieving family's flattened home
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is set to meet his shadow cabinet and MPs are likely to be asked whether to back airstrikes in Syria, which Corbyn opposes.
We want to know if you're backing the Syria airstrikes or if you don't want Britain to be behind any bombs?
We're looking to hear opinions from our viewers across the UK, so if you'd like to record a short video in landscape on your smartphone then please send through to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject 'airstrikes'.
They've survived tears, tantrums, wicked tongues and stormy weather but they couldn't survive the public vote, as the first celebrities have been evicted from the jungle.
The first celeb out of the troubled camp at the weekend was Susannah Constantine, closely followed by Brian Friedman.
As both evictees had their patience tested by Lady C and made their feelings known about their fellow campmate - was it their relationship with her ladyship that lost them favour with the public?
We talked to Brian and Susannah from Australia to find out about their jungle experience and what it's really like living with I'm A Celeb's most controversial contestant this year.
New photographs of Princess Charlotte have been released by Kensington Palace to mark her six month milestone.
The two pictures were taken by the Duchess of Cambridge at their family home, Anmer Hall in Norfolk.
Royal photographer, Arthur Edwards, praises the Duchess of Cambridge for the relaxed style of photography, which are skilful and artistic.
Christmas is coming and festive fairy Kirstie Allsopp is back with Kirstie's Handmade Christmas Crafts, to sprinkle triple helpings of glitter and gold over the most wonderful time of the year.
With the help of Europe's cleverest crafters and taking inspiration all the way from Bratislava to Vienna Kirstie's latest series will be helping viewers pull-off a magical handmade Christmas.
Kirstie will be sharing festive tips on how to make yourself a beautiful noel, and she's brought along a little crafty something that you could make this Christmas.