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Warning over gift cards, cheap Christmas decorations and free Nectar points

Gift card warning (and trick), free £50 Nectar points bonus, up to 50% off Christmas decorations, 40% of The Body Shop plus free gift and free Santa video. These are our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis’ Deals of the Week.

Remember, deals can change quickly, even while I’m on the programme. So always double-check the terms and conditions before spending. Plus, while I hope these deals will save you cash, don’t spend if you can’t afford it, don’t need it, or won’t use it.

Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. The Prime Minister heads to Brussels today for a crucial European summit - just hours after being defeated in the Commons on key Brexit legislation. Eleven Tory backbenchers - including eight former ministers - rebelled against the government and voted in favour of giving Parliament a guaranteed final say on a future deal with the EU.

  2. A memorial service for the 71 people who died in the Grenfell Tower fire in west London will be held this morning at St Paul's Cathedral, six months after the disaster. The Prime Minister and members of the royal family - including the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry - will join survivors and bereaved families.

  3. The Oscar-nominated actress Salma Hayek claims the disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein once threatened to kill her. Writing in the New York Times, she describes him as a rage-fuelled 'monster' and alleges he made unwanted sexual advances and threats of violence against her. A spokesperson for Weinstein said Salma Hayek's allegations were 'not accurate'.

  4. Chris Froome has said he knows he 'hasn't done anything wrong' after he returned an adverse drug test at the Vuelta a Espana. The four-time Tour de France winner told ITV News he was "shocked" when he was told a urine test had revealed a concentration of a medication he takes for his asthma double that of the WADA threshold.

  5. An investigation’s been launched by the International Cricket Council into allegations that two Indian bookmakers offered to fix the third Ashes Test in Perth, which began overnight. The Sun claims they wanted £140,000 for details of rigged periods of play. But the cricketing authorities believe there's no evidence any players in the Test were involved.

Top five headlines you're going home to

  1. Meghan Markle will celebrate Christmas with the royal family at the Sandringham estate. Meghan will spend her first Christmas as Prince Harry’s fiancee with the Queen and will be seen walking to church on Christmas morning. The senior members of the family traditionally attend Morning Service at Sandringham Church - which is the one public event they complete on Christmas Day.

  2. A talented 16-year-old footballer collapsed and died during a football match in Ireland. Izzy Dezu was in the academy set up at Shelbourne FC in Dublin and was regarded as one of the country’s most promising players in his age group. The young footballer collapsed during a Dublin and District Schoolboys match against St Kevin's Boys. It is understood he was treated pitchside by paramedics before being taken to hospital where he was pronounced dead.

  3. The number of people who are unemployed dropped to its lowest rate since 1975, latest official figures have shown. The UK unemployment for August to October 2017 is 4.3%, which is down from 4.8% from the previous year.

  4. Our 1 Million Minutes campaign received a royal backing when the Duchess of Cornwall spoke exclusively to Good Morning Britain about why she’s encouraging everyone to speak to someone lonely this Christmas. Watch the full interview here.

  5. Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn traded blows at this week's Prime Minister Questions. The Labour leader said the rate of children and families facing homelessness is a “national disgrace”. However, Mrs May countered by claiming house-building and social housing reduced under the last Labour administration, adding: "Labour would produce failure for this country once again."

The Duchess of Cornwall backs 1 Million Minutes campaign

Our 1 Million Minutes campaign has been backed by the Duchess of Cornwall, who spoke to Good Morning Britain exclusively about why she’s encouraging everyone to speak to somebody lonely this Christmas.

The Duchess said: “Volunteering is the best thing anybody can do. It doesn’t matter if you’re young, old, everybody's got a little bit of free time which they can give to help other people.”

Join the campaign and make your pledge now

Sam Fox 'puts the record straight' on David Cassidy

I kneed him in the crotch, pushed him off me, had time to get out the loo and it was over

– Sam Fox claims the late David Cassidy abused her

Samantha Fox was one of the most photographed women of the 80s and like the Kim Kardashians of this generation, has never had any qualms about revealing her body - but she's in no rush to claim it's in the name of feminism.

The singer and former Page 3 model joined us this morning to talk about being a woman in showbiz and her new autobiography, which has made headlines due to allegations she's made about late singer and actor David Cassidy.

Baby born with heart outside her body 'came out kicking and screaming'

She literally came out kicking and screaming

– Naomi Findlay

A baby girl born with her heart outside her body is thought to be the first in Britain to survive the condition.

Little Vanellope Hope Wilkins was due to be delivered on Christmas Eve, before the rare condition meant she had to be born prematurely by caesarean section on 22 November at Glenfield Hospital in Leicester. She has since has three operations to have her heart put back in her chest.

Her mother Naomi Findlay joined Wednesday's Good Morning Britain three weeks after the miraculous birth to talk about her relief at her daughter's one in eight million survival.

Watch the full interview above

More from Good Morning Britain:

Toddler who was born without arms or legs defies the odds by walking

Little Camden Whiddon was born without arms and legs - but his extraordinary determination has meant he is now able to walk and feed himself.

We first met the plucky Dallas youngster in September and he fast became one of our favourite ever guests - and he's since found internet fame when a video showing how little his disabilities have impacted his life went viral.

Is it right to give cash to the homeless?

Is it ever right to give cash to homeless people sleeping rough on the streets? Or does it do more harm than good?

Journalist Matt Broomfield thinks we should give money directly and unconditionally to homeless people, without judging what they do with it. He has volunteered at homelessness charities and soup kitchens for years and says begging is gruelling and dehumanising.

Meanwhile, Lord John Bird, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of The Big Issue, was homeless and spent time in prison before turning his life around and he believes that giving money directly to beggars does not solve the homelessness crisis.

Let us know what you think on Twitter and Facebook.

Find out how you can help homeless people in your area