Are you a Take That superfan?

How much do you love Take That?

Do you think that you are Take That's biggest fan? Do you always buy tickets for their concerts? And is your bedroom full of Take That memorabilia? If you think this is you then let us know!

Good Morning Britain is looking to film with a Take That superfan tomorrow morning as we show the world exclusive of their new video. If you would like to take part get in touch by emailing gmb@itv.com before 8pm tonight and we may get in touch about appearing on the show. You must be 18 and over, terms at itv.com/terms.

New Jaguar centre to create 1400 jobs

There will be a big jobs boost in the West Midlands today when the official opening of Jaguar's new £500m Engine Manufacturing Centre takes place.

The plant will create 1,400 new jobs and a further 5,000 throughout the associated supply chain. The Queen will officially open the plant later today.

Strictly has been 'an enormous amount of fun!'

I hoped that I would be a bit better than I am because of my sporty background!

– Judy Murray on her dancing skills

Britain's most famous tennis-mum, Judy Murray, joins Good Morning Britain after escaping yet another Strictly elimination.

In addition to dancing, Andy's mother talks about swapping sportswear for glamorous dresses and fake tan, plus there's a mention of her newly-found six pack!

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Abuse 'normal' in parts of Greater Manchester

The sexual exploitation of children has become "normal" in some parts of Greater Manchester, according to a damning report. The inquiry blamed "sexting", music videos and social media for fuelling sexualisation of under-16s.

Labour MP Ann Coffey lead the inquiry to see what had changed in Rochdale after nine Asian men were jailed in 2012 for grooming vulnerable girls with alcohol, drugs and gifts before forcing them to have sex with multiple men.

Ms Coffey, who represents neighbouring Stockport, said mass sexual exploitation of youngsters in Greater Manchester was "a real and ongoing problem".

Careful of car insurance prices hikes

Car insurance price hike warning, double-up on Tesco vouchers in time for Christmas, Vax up to 80% off sale and ‘free’ Nails Inc varnish in a £2 magazine – 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.

'I feel sorry for my burglar'

An elderly woman who gifted a criminal a cash handout after he burgled her Bolton home said she was touched by the convict's letter of apology from prison.

Forgiving Loretta, 75, felt so sorry for 24-year-old Kevin Derbyshire after he gave her a sob story from jail, she wrote back accepting his apology and enlosing a £20 postal order.

During the raid on Mrs Smith's home in Bolton, Greater Manchester, Derbyshire and an accomplice grabbed £10,00 worth of gems including several rings and watches, but were caught after CCTV of the raid was posted on Facebook.

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Top tips on taking a power nap

Recent research from the Sleep Council has revealed that 70% of us now sleep for seven hours or less per night, a quarter of us experience poor quality sleep on a regular basis, and half of British adults are losing sleep as a result of worry and stress.

Each day this week we're looking at ways to make sure you get enough sleep for our Sleep Week and today we've got some top tips on how to take a power nap.

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