Nepal earthquake death toll rises to over 3,200

Police say it's now known more than 3,200 people were killed in the earthquake which has devastated Nepal.

Hundreds of thousands have spent a second night out in the open - too afraid to return to their homes.

Dozens of British tourists are still missing. Some are trapped on Mount Everest where the earthquake triggered a series of avalanches.

Sean's our Marathon man

Our own Sean joined the 37,000 runners at this weekend's London Marathon. He's here to tell us all about it - once we've helped him hobble in to the studio!

Good Morning Britain runs the Marathon - meet the team!

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Do you have a favourite mug?

I don't mind people drinking out of it, I just don't want it broken!

– Susanna Reid

Kate likes fine china, and Susanna doesn't mind sharing hers... as long as you don't drop it! It turns out we're all quite particular about our favourite mugs, which we have an big emotional attachment to. We'll drink to that!

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Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. More than 3,200 people are now believed to have died following Saturday's devastating earthquake in Nepal

  2. A pledge to scrap stamp duty for first time buyers - but can Ed Miliband make the dream of home ownership a reality for more young people?

  3. The Charity Diabetes UK claims more than 4,000 people with the disease are at risk of having an amputation because they are failing to get annual NHS checks on their feet

  4. It's reported that the Duchess of Cambridge is now four days overdue, as the world waits for the birth of another royal baby

  5. The late Anne Kirkbride is nominated for a British Soap Award, nearly four months after she lost her battle with cancer

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Are you overdue?

The Royal baby's arrival is imminent and it's now being reported that the Duchess of Cambridge may be overdue.

Has your baby's due date been and gone? How are you feeling? We'd love to hear from you!

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Laura's weather blog: Change is ahead

This weekend

Friday is the day of change. We still have our weather front in the northwest keeping it cloudy with patchy rain, we’ll also have a weather front approaching from the southwest. The two will do a pincer movement this weekend coming together and bringing rain to all of us at some point.

Friday will still be warm and sunny for eastern Scotland, plus many central and eastern areas of England, with temperatures reaching 20-21C. Ireland, Wales and southwest England will become cloudier and cooler with outbreaks of rain. Northwest Scotland will still be cloudy with patchy rain.

All change!

We’ve had an amazing week of weather. High pressure has dominated keeping the weather fine and settled. Sunshine returned, after a cool and cloudy blip at the weekend. Scotland had their warmest day of the year so far - 21.2C at Drumnadrochit - and Northern Ireland too at 20.1C in Castlederg. There were a few negatives, an onshore flow in the south and more especially the east bringing low cloud and fog on shore keeping it cool and grey, plus a weather front in northwest Scotland for much of the week. This weekend, high-pressure retreats and low pressures returns from the Atlantic bringing cloudier, wetter and cooler weather for all of us.