Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. Promising an end to zero-hours contract, Ed Miliband says he'll ban the controversial method of employment if Labour come to power

  2. Doctors are warning that promises made by politicians to make it easier to get a GP appointment are unlikely to happen

  3. Two European newspapers claim to have seen mobile phone footage taken from inside Germanwings Flight 9525 just before it crashed

  4. Singer Joni Mitchell has been taken to hospital in Los Angeles

  5. What does Easter mean to you? It's all about the eggs for many, but some supermarkets are refusing to sell one with a religious message

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Are train delays interfering with your Easter plans?

Are you trying to go away for the Easter weekend and have you had to make alternative travel arrangements because of the scheduled rail engineering works due to take place?

If so, Good Morning Britain would like to hear from you with the possibility of talking to you via Skype on the show. Get in touch via Facebook, Twitter or by emailing gmb@itv.com by 8.30am on Thursday, 2 April. You must be 18 and over, for terms and conditions see itv.com/terms.

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'It's the lowest place you can possibly be'

I've been given another opportunity in life and I'm going to take it.

– Clarke Carlisle on his depression

Former footballer Clarke Carlisle is widely considered one of the most intelligent sportsmen of his generation. However, like one in four of us, he suffers from a mental illness.

Clarke is here to tell us how he's tackling not just his own depression but also the stigma that comes with the condition to try and help others. But first, here's the ups and downs of his life both on and off the pitch.

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Cameron: 'We have got the country back to work'

If you think that we should keep on with the level of welfare that we have... That is the Labour approach.

– David Cameron on Conservative vs Labour welfare policy

It's the second official day of the General Election campaign and today we speak to Prime Minister David Cameron.

Speaking about the Conservative party policies he said: "We need to save one out of every 11 that the Government spend in the next two years, we've done that for the last five years, we need to do that for two more."

He added: "We've said that we'll cut the welfare cap," he added, "because we think families should be better off in work."

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