More than 600,000 children start primary school for the first time this week - and parents throughout the country are struggling to make new childcare arrangements which fit with their working patterns and school opening times, according to a new report.
Do you think hospitals are profiteering from parking charges? And do you think it's right to charge people to park so that people who aren't using the hospital don't get a free ride?
Let us know your thoughts.
Divorce rates soar in September due to summer holiday stress.
Has your summer holiday driven you to the brink of divorce or do you have any secrets to a happy marriage? Please let us know.
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The show is amazing, the audience has such a good time because there's so much audience participation!
So come on then, which presenter was it? Ranvir, Charlotte or Sean? Well somebody must have tweeted this... and we don't think it was Ben!
Matt Cardle auditioned for the seventh series of The X Factor in front of Simon Cowell, Cheryl Cole and Louis Walsh, singing Amy Winehouse's You Know I'm No Good.
Since winning the competition Matt has sold 2.2 million records in the UK and been nominated for a BRIT award, he's performed duets with Spice Girls' Melanie C and is currently recording his fourth album.
He joins us today to talk about the new series of The X Factor.
I believe in my core that something good will come out of Jim's death.
American journalist James Foley was killed in a video which showed him brutally being beheaded by an IS militant. His younger brother Michael Foley has spoken to the US media to vent his anger and frustration that the US did not do more to help free the kidnapped journalist.
He said he believes the United States let his murdered brother down and said that negotiating with terrorists should be considered, despite the White House refusing to, today we speak to him.