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Will Louis Smith go for gold once more?

I'll always be a gymnast

– Louis Smith

We know him for his impressive Olympian gymnastics skills and now Louis Smith has turned his sporting prowess to the slopes on The Jump.

He's got a competitive streak, so we asked him how he felt about his chances of winning and whether injuries suffered by other contestants have made him nervous at all.

Plus, does he thinks he has a chance of getting Team GB one more gold medal?

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Penalties for using your phone while driving: What you need to know

A Good Morning Britain investigation has found five high-profile celebrities appearing to use their phones at the wheel and then posting the footage online.

It comes as the Department of Transport today increases penalties for using a mobile while driving in England, Scotland and Wales. New drivers (those who have had their license less than two years) will be disqualified and made to resit their test and more experienced drivers will see fines doubled to £200 with six points on their license.

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling said: “It’s totally unacceptable, it’s extremely dangerous. We’ve had a whole chain of fatal accidents in this country caused by it. It’s time it stopped.”

Steve Backshall calls Piers 'a little bit sexist' for views on women's boxing

Wildlife presenter Steve Backshall and his new wife, Olympic rower Helen Glover, joined us this morning to talk about their planned 125 mile kayak to help save the rainforest.

After talking about their impressive training, the conversation turned to women's boxing, with Piers Morgan admitting he finds watching it uncomfortable.

Both Steve and Helen disagreed that women's boxing is any more difficult to watch than men's, with Steve telling Piers "it probably makes you a little bit sexist".

Piers was then brave enough to broach the subject with gold-winning boxer Nicola Adams...

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Didn't get your school place of choice?

Today thousands of pupils across the country find out which secondary school they've been admitted to.

Parents in many areas of England are finding it tougher to get their child into a favoured secondary school than they were a year ago, with 90,000 missing out on their first choice, the Good School Guide predicted.

In just 12 months, more than half of the nation's towns and counties have seen a fall in the proportion of Year Six pupils winning a place at their first choice school.

Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. From today, newly qualified drivers could lose their licence if they're caught using their phones behind the wheel. The penalty for using a phone while driving has now doubled to six points with a £200 fine. It's part of a Government crackdown on the offence, with Transport Minister Chris Grayling saying it's as unacceptable as drink-driving. Meanwhile a GMB investigation has found that a number of celebrities, including premier league footballers, have appeared to be using their phones at the wheel on social media...

  2. Today thousands of pupils across the country find out which secondary school they've been admitted to as the Sutton Trust publishes a report which shows how disadvantaged children often find themselves excluded from top performing state schools. Many of the top schools select pupils from within a catchment area, where the parents of many disadvantaged children cannot afford to live.

  3. A survey by a leading cancer charity shows that a third of women don't know the symptoms of ovarian cancer and that women generally put their health behind others - even pets. A blood test every four months could help women at high-risk of ovarian cancer find tumours early, say doctors.

  4. The Home Secretary, Amber Rudd, has written to every Peer in the House of Lords urging them not to hand the Government its first defeat over the Brexit bill. In the letter she says she fully appreciates the concerns of peers about the rights of EU migrants after Brexit ahead of a vote today.

  5. Double-Olympic gold medal winner Nicola Adams made history at London 2012 when she became the first ever British female boxing champion. She then went on to make history by winning gold again in Rio. She's now turned professional and is being promoted by Frank Warren, who changed his mind about women's boxing. She joins us in the studio today.