A nation of online shoppers

A surge in online shopping is set to generate over £1.35 billion deliveries a year by 2018, according to a new report by Barclays. The UK is predicted to see a 29 per cent increase in shopping deliveries by 2018.

Today we speak to some experts about how retailers are adapting to new consumer demands and learn more about how we can protect ourselves as consumers online.

But we want to know your views. Do you usually choose to shop online? If so why?

Get in touch with your comments before 8am on Tuesday 23 September, via Twitter, Facebook or by emailing gmb@itv.com and we may use your comments on the show. You must be 18 and over, terms at itv.com/terms.

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Benidorm's Tony Maudsley has the Job Lot

He plays the outrageous hairdresser Kenneth in Benidorm and permanent jobseeker in ITV's The Job Lot - we're talking to Tony Maudsley!

The Job Lot is back for a second series and Tony says it's "saucier and funnier" this time around.

Tony plays Job Centre regular Graham in the show alongside Sarah Hadland as manager Trish, security guards Paul (Martin Marquez) and Janette (Angela Curran) and fraud investigator George (Adeel Akhtar).

We catch up with him and Richard Arnold also catches up with the cast on set!

The Job Lot airs on ITV2 on Wednesday September 24.

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Our Young Hero meets Prince Harry!

The winner of the Good Morning Britain Young Hero Award, Olivia Rushton, joins us on the sofa with her Mum Alison, to chat about meeting Prince Harry last night, dancing on stage alongside Pixie Lott and being awarded the WellChild gong by Doctor Hilary, who also joins us.

Read more: Prince Harry charmed by young fan at awards

Olivia is Good Morning Britain's Young Hero

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Harman: Miliband 'in touch with people's concerns'

If you look at how united the party is...I think he [Miliband] has very steady leadership in touch with people's concerns.

– Labour Party Deputy Leader Harriet Harman

Labour leader Ed Miliband today sets out a 10 year plan as part of his national mission which he says will transform the country. The plan includes six key goals - including tackling the cost of living crisis, the housing crisis , low pay and the NHS.

We speak to his Deputy Leader Harriet Harman live from Manchester about Miliband's expected announcement for a funding boost for the NHS in his final party conference speech before next year's general election.

Ed Balls: " I know people are having a really hard time"

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The world ... but not as we know it

Can you imagine a world in the near future where sea levels have risen so much that large parts of Britain are permanently under water? Climate change experts warn this could be a reality and have launched an awareness campaign ahead of today's UN summit in New York.

We take a look at future weather broadcasts from around the world and what they could be like in 2050 and are joined by Tom Mitchell, head of climate change at the Overseas Development institute.

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Prince Harry charmed by young fan

Prince Harry received a welcome hug and high five from a seriously ill young boy at an awards ceremony recognising the courage of sick children and their families.

Four-year-old Carson Hartley, who has a heart defect and is fitted with a portable ventilator, wasted no time in running straight up to the Prince and wrapping his arms around his legs.

After receiving a number of high fives from the eager young man, the Prince, who turned 30 last week, chatted to Carlson's parents about the adversity he faced.

His mother Kirsty said:

We were worried he was going to high-five Prince Harry in the face he was so excited.

Harry got down on his knees and had a big smile on his face while he was chatting to Carson, he couldn't believe how active he was despite all the conditions he has.

He said he thought he was inspirational for still being so happy, but he also said that parents must be recognised too for how hard they work, which was really nice to hear.

– Kirsty Hartley