Frank Bruno warns PM about mental health services

You've got to detox yourself from boxing, but it's very, very hard

– Frank Bruno

Boxing legend Frank Bruno is warning David Cameron that lives could be needlessly lost if there aren't improvements in Britain's mental health services. It follows a recent relapse in Frank's ongoing battle with bipolar disorder.

Frank joins us now to reveal why he believes it is so important to speak out about mental health.

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Murray makes fatherhood promise - on camera

You'd think winning Wimbledon would be the peak of a tennis player's career, but Andy Murray says winning the Davis Cup was even better.

Andy beat Belgium's David Goffin on Sunday to seal Britain's first Davis Cup victory in 79 years. Piers caught up with Andy and the rest of the Davis Cup Team yesterday, and began by asking about something very close to his heart. And with Andy expecting his first child with wife Kim in February, how might having a mini Murray around change things?

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Will Britain vote to bomb IS targets in Syria?

This rather token effort isn't going to work, it isn't going to have any impact at all

– John Mann

MPs will begin debating airstrikes in Syria in a few hours time, and if the vote goes David Cameron's way, Britain could be bombing so-called Islamic State as soon as tomorrow.

But Labour MP John Mann says he'll vote against airstrikes in Syria - he's here to tell us why.

John told Susanna and Piers, "It's a gesture. It doesn't get rid of Islamic State, and the Americans have been bombing there for a long period of time, and that hasn't worked."

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Zuckerberg to give away 99% of Facebook shares

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan are to give away most of their 30 billion pound fortune.

The news was revealed as they announced the birth of their daughter Max. Ninety-nine per cent of their wealth - a whopping 30 billion pounds - will be donated to good causes.

The couple said they wanted to make the world a better place for Max to grow up in.

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Top five headlines you're waking up to

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  1. It's decision day, as MPs vote on whether British warplanes should attack Islamic State in Syria

  2. Back on his feet and learning to laugh again, Frank Bruno joins us for the first time since his recent relapse of bipolar disorder, to tell us why he thinks inaction on mental health could result in lives being lost

  3. Welcome to the world - Facebook founder Mark Zuckerkberg gives away almost all of his 30 billion pound fortune to celebrate the birth of his daughter Max

  4. Scotland Yard has changed its tactics against terrorists - following the deadly attacks in Paris. In future armed police will take on gunmen first - even if it means leaving casualties untreated.

  5. Losing just one gram of fat from the pancreas could help millions of people with Type 2 diabetes

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Amanda's emotional visit to Nepal

As ITV launches this year's Text Santa, supporting our three chosen charities, Amanda Holden joins us to share her experiences of visiting torn communities in Nepal for Save The Children.

In April 2015 Nepal was devastated by two major earthquakes. The damage was overwhelming; 8,881 people died and over 22,000 were injured. 32 districts were severely affected: the quakes damaged or destroyed hundreds of thousands of homes and left millions homeless, including an estimated 1.5 million children. While significant action has already been taken, humanitarian needs still remain six months after the earthquake.