Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. Tens of millions are expected to vote across the country as the General Election gets underway at 7am, when around 50 thousand polling stations open across the country

  2. The childhood obesity timebomb - shocking new figures reveal one in four under fives are now overweight

  3. The country prepares to mark 70 years since VE Day - today we meet the extraordinary people who lived through that historic moment

  4. A new study claims most parents have no idea what their baby wants when it cries - whether it's hungry, in pain or needs a cuddle

  5. Could your dirty bed sheets be putting your health at risk? We reveal most people are not cleaning them regularly enough.

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Celebrity snaps

Steve Cruthers from Hull blagged his way to the biggest boxing match of the year in Las Vegas on Sunday and took lots of photos with famous attendees!

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The subject matter is 'really funny'

You might think that subject matter might be quite dry but it's not, it's really funny.

– Nicholas Burns

Former star of Benidorm, Nicholas Burns, joins us on the sofa to talk about his role in new polling station play and TV show called The Vote. Set in a fictional London polling station, The Vote dramatises the final ninety minutes before the polls close in this year's general election.

The play is on at the Donmar between Friday 24 April and Wednesday 6 May and will be broadcast live on MORE4, 8:25 - 10PM on Thursday 7 May.

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Celebrating the 70th anniversary of VE Day

It was no big deal!

– Sarah Gadon pokes fun at Richard's suggestion she felt pressure playing the young Queen

This week we are celebrating the 70th anniversary of V.E. Day and with that the release of a wonderful film A Royal Night Out about what the young Princesses got up to on the night itself.

Richard Arnold went to the Royal Hospital Chelsea, Home for Chelsea Pensioners, and caught up with actress Sarah Gadon who plays the young Queen Elizabeth and also 91-year-old Dorothy Hughes who was there on the big night.

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Archie can now walk thanks to ballet

Archie Aspin's parents were warned that Downs Syndrome would mean he could never keep up with his peers - but thanks to a ballet class the three year old now walks, hops and jumps.

These are all movements that doctors thought would be too much for him.

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David Cameron still insists he can win a majority

I think we're doing things the wrong way round. We should stick to the issues at this election and talk about the results afterwards

– David Cameron

Despite the polls suggesting otherwise, David Cameron still insists he can win a majority.

He joins us ahead of his final plea to undecided voters today to give him another five years as Prime Minister.

He reveals he has "not spent any time" discussing potential coalition deals in the event of a hung parliament.

'I've been totally focused on trying to win that majority. I think people want to see a strong and decisive government.'

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