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Gove: Trump has 'honied words for almost everyone'

He had very warm words for [Theresa May] and Britain generally

– Michael Gove MP

Michael Gove joined us this morning fresh from his interview with President-elect Donald Trump to tell us what the controversial man is really like.

The MP, who spoke to America's next leader for The Times, revealed Trump is warmer and less aggressive than he seems on Twitter - and that "he has honied words for almost everyone" - even our Prime Minister with whom relations have been rather frosty.

The East End meets Strictly

I think I'm the happiest I've been in the 36 or 37 years in the business

– Shane Richie

The mean streets of the East End joined forces with the dancing world of Strictly when Shane Richie and Laura Whitmore joined us on the sofa to discuss their new play Not Dead Enough.

Laura revealed the number of kissing scenes they had and of course we couldn't let Shane leave without asking him about Redwater, the EastEnders spin off series featuring Kat and Alfie.

With all of Shane's great work over the last three decades, is he our new national treasure? He has a thumbs up from us!

The kidnapped baby found after 18 years

It's just such a joy to know I've got my grandbaby back

– Velma Aiken

Imagine finding out that the woman you thought was your mother had actually stolen you away from the maternity ward shortly after your were born.

This is what happened to Kamiyah Mobley, 18, who spent her entire life living as Alexis Manigo and had no idea her real parents were Shanara Mobley and Craig Aiken.

Days after learning the shocking secret of how she was snatched at birth and raised by another woman, Kamiyah was finally able to meet her birth parents on Saturday in South Carolina.

Is raising National Insurance the answer to saving the NHS?

The NHS has come under increasing pressure, with some hospitals cancelling cancer operations, treating adults in children wards and closing birthing centres. The number of major alerts have increased and hospitals are struggling to see patients quickly enough.

This was certainly the case with Gaby Burden and her daughter - the toddler was rushed into hospital after suffering from an asthma attack and was left to wait on the hospital floor for eight hours before being seen.

Ten ways GMB will cheer up your Blue Monday

It's officially the most miserable day of the year but don't be blue - we've compiled ten recent moments from Good Morning Britain that will put a smile back on your face!

1. Take a leaf out of Piers' book and turn an insult into a compliment

He's probably the only person in the world who can brush off being compared to a toad.

2. And if your morning's bad, think of the time Kate lost her contact lens...