It has been revealed that one in ten children receive £40+ pocket money and 36% of children are receiving pocket money from the age of five.
We want to hear how much pocket money you think a child should receive per week, if any? Elton John has revealed that his sons Zach and Elijah (five and three) receive just £3 pocket money each week - do you think that's fair? Or perhaps children should have to work for their pocket money with house chores? We'd love to hear from you!
It's thought that £162 million is lost each year through missed GP appointments, but would you be prepared to pay for doing so?
A new survey suggest 70 per cent would be willing to pay £10 if they missed an appointment and research suggests there are 23 per cent fewer missed appointments if patients are sent a text message.
So, would a fine work and is the penalty enough of a deterrent?
Thursday is Facebook's 12th birthday and Mark Zuckerberg would like us all to celebrate #friendsday!
We'd like to hear how Facebook has changed your life? Are you happier with the social media network as part of your daily routine? Perhaps you met your partner via Facebook? Or have you committed a terrible Facebook faux pas - been snapped at a party when you told other friends you were staying in ill? We'd love to hear from you!
Primary schools are banning parents from dropping children off at the gate in their cars - using teachers as traffic wardens to fine offenders £100. Parents caught three times could even face prosecution and a criminal record.
Do you think this is a good idea? Is the school run traffic a nightmare near you? W'd like to hear if you you would support this scheme at your local primary school? Or if you think fining is ridiculous? You can take our poll below.
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The World Health Organisation have said films showing smoking should be given an adult rating to protect children from exposure. This would include films such as Home Alone 2, Annie and 101 Dalmatians which all feature smoking characters!
We'd like to hear if you think rating all films showing smoking as 'adult' would prevent exposure anyway? Or perhaps you think kids would find a way to watch films they want to see? You can take our poll below.
Barbie has revealed three new body shapes: 'Tall', 'Curvy' and 'Petite'. 'Tall' Barbie is slightly taller than the original doll and has developed broader shoulders, 'Petite' Barbie is pretty small... but the internet is going mad for 'Curvy' Barbie!
Are you pleased Barbie is now available in more realistic body shapes? Or do you think the shapes are still unrealistic? Perhaps you think the new range will have a positive effect on impressionable young girls? We'd love to hear from you - take our poll below!
Camelot today said it had received a valid claim on the £33 million Lotto jackpot winning ticket bought in Worcester, adding that the ticket-holder wants to remain anonymous.
Jealous! Have you been crying out for January payday? We want to hear what you're treating yourself to with your first paycheque since December! Get in touch!
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Seventy-eight percent of mums say they would call A&E rather than NHS 111 as most call handlers aren't medically trained. Do you have faith in the service? Perhaps you have benefited from the service? Or would you always call A&E? We'd love to hear from you - take our poll below.
Get in touch via Facebook, Twitter or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org before 8am on Thursday 28 January 2015. We may share your comments and pictures in the show. You must be 18 or over, for participation terms see itv.com/terms