Will price slashes follow Tesco yearly results?

Tesco is expected to report a massive drop in profits when results are released at 7am on Thursday - down almost half on this time last year.

The focus of the half yearly results are expected to be on the initial findings of an investigation into the £250 million black hole discovered in its finances. Tesco sales are falling at his fasted rate in the grocery industry as the supermarket price war takes it toll.

Experts think it'll take £3 billion to put the company right, and to do that they'll have to slash prices by around six per cent.

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What would you like to see in the dictionary?

Do you know what floordrobe, al-desco and onesie mean?

They're among the tens of thousands of new words that've just been added to the dictionary, and we'll be revealing their meanings throughout today's programme.

Let us know what words you think should have been included!

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'Thoughts and prayers' with families of killed soldiers

The "thoughts and prayers" of Canada are with the family and friends of two soldiers killed in attacks this week, the country's Prime Minister said.

Cpl Nathan Cirillo was shot and killed while guarding Canada's National War Memorial by a gunman who went on to the fire shots in Parliament.

The 24-year-old reservist was serving in the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders of Canada regiment.

On Monday, two Canadian soldiers were run over as part of a terrorist attack by a man police were tracking because he had been radicalised. One of the soldiers later died of his injuries.

In an address to the nation, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Canada "would not be intimidated" and repeated his support for America's broad coalition against Islamic State.

Let there be no misunderstanding. We will not be intimidated. Canada will never be intimidated.

In fact this will lead us to strengthen our resolve and redouble our efforts - and those of our national security agencies - to take all necessary steps to identify and counter threats and keep Canada safe here at home.

– Stephen Harper

Cash incentives to cut obesity in 'radical NHS shakeup'

Bosses could offer overweight employees cash or shopping vouchers as part of NHS-backed incentives to lose weight, health bosses said as they laid out the future of the health service.

As part of their five-year plan, health chiefs want larger GP practices to take on more responsibility, hospitals provide care directly to care homes and volunteers to be offered tax breaks as incentives.

The NHS is in desperate need of cash and a "radical overhaul" and bosses pointed to the
the annual £30bn shortfall which would open up by 2020.

The UK has the highest rate of obesity in Europe after Iceland and Malta, according to a global study published in the Lancet Journal in May.

Some 67% of men and 57% of women in the UK were either overweight or obese, the study said.

Health bosses want overweight members of the public to shed the pounds as part of efforts to take strain off the health service.

Canadian parliament shooting throws Ottawa into chaos

Police are hunting suspects in connection with a gunman who shot and killed a soldier guarding the national war memorial and stormed the Canadian parliament building in Ottawa.

The gunman made it into the heart of the Canadian government building before he was shot and killed by the Sergeant-at-Arms.

Canadian MPs were forced to barricade themselves in the caucus room as they tried to protect themselves from the imminent threat of violence. The Canadian prime minister, Stephen Harper, was hustled away from Parliament Hill and was safe, a spokesman said.

The gunman has been identified as 32-year-old Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, but officials have so far not offered any indication about his motive.

Who puts a smile on your face?

On Sunday the clocks go back and long, dark days lie ahead. So this Monday we want to put the Good in Good Morning Britain. We want to talk to our viewers about who puts a smile on their face and a spring in their step. Have you got a cheeky announcer at your local rail station or a jokey bus driver on your way to work? Who brightens up your day by being cheerful?

If you would like to film with us to talk about who cheers up your day, email gmb@itv.com by 6pm on Thursday 23rd October. For full terms and conditions visit itv.com/terms.