Alopecia almost ruined my wedding day

Ellie Baker suffered most bride's worst nightmare when a huge clump of her hair feel out just weeks before her wedding.

The 35-year-old hairdresser from Plymouth was planning the day of her dreams when she started shedding - an affect of a condition called alopecia, which can be caused by stress.

Ellie dreaded being a bald bride - but luckily her best friend Chelsea stepped in and helped fit hair extensions to save the day. Now the pair join GMB and we hear abut how Ellie has set up a support group for sufferers.

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Is breast really best?

Breast or bottle? Mothers have long wrestled with the decision of how to feed a baby. While those who opt for breast have long felt they've had to fight to be accepted to do so in public, those who can't breast-feed or simply choose not to, say they feel judged.

A survey by Channel Mum shows 69 percent of bottle feeding mums have been judged negatively and 41 percent feel they've failed as a mum and failed their child because they don't breast feed.

We speak to three mums who tell us their experiences.

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Top five headlines you're waking up to

It takes women 19 years longer to earn their first million

  1. Nine FIFA officials have been accused of breeding decades of "rampant, systemic, and deep-rooted" corruption that spans at least two generations

  2. The average male worker has earned their first £1 million by the time they have reached 56 years and six months old, according to research - and it takes women 19 years longer to earn their first million

  3. A survey by Channel Mum shows 69 percent of bottle feeding mums have been judged negatively and 41 percent feel they've failed as a mum and failed their child because they don't breast feed

  4. David Cameron today publishes the EU Referendum Bill and presents it to parliament, a day after the Queen's Speech, with a view to hold the in/out referendum by the end of 2017

  5. A bride suffered what would be most's worst nightmare when she found her hair was falling out just weeks before her big day

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What's next for FIFA after arrests?

Former FIFA vice president Jack Warner

The world is wondering what's next for FIFA after seven of its officials have been arrested and face corruption charges. In a seperate investigation Swiss prosecutors have opened criminal proceedings into the football governing body's awarding of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.

FIFA has more than 1.5 billion dollars in reserves meaning it's as much a financial conglomerate as a sports organisation. Countries across the world compete aggressively to win the World Cup hoping to cash in.

To fans at home the World Cup is the biggest sporting spectacular, an excuse for a party coming round just once every four years. 43 percent of FIFA's money comes from broadcasting rights with an additional 29 percent coming from sponsorships.

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Breast or bottle?

Mothers have long wrestled with the decision of how to feed a baby. While those who opt for breast often feel unaccepted in public, those who can't breast-feed or simply choose not to say they feel judged.

Have you ever felt judged for bottle-feeding your baby? Perhaps you're a breast-feeding mother who does judge bottle-feeding women? Or have you ever been made to feel as though you've failed your child for not breast-feeding?

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