Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is set to meet his shadow cabinet and MPs are likely to be asked whether to back airstrikes in Syria, which Corbyn opposes.
We want to know if you're backing the Syria airstrikes or if you don't want Britain to be behind any bombs?
We're looking to hear opinions from our viewers across the UK, so if you'd like to record a short video in landscape on your smartphone then please send through to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject 'airstrikes'.
Bargain hunters are expected to spend an astonishing £12,000 a second tomorrow, with more than a billion pounds thrown at deals and offers online alone! The annual shopping bonanza has been a huge hit in America for years, but shoppers is the UK can look forward to a day of huge discounts.
Police have warned shops to ensure they have carefully thought-out security plans in place for the sales following chaos at a number of stores across the UK last year when huge crowds grappled for cut-price televisions and other big-ticket items.
Today Katy Rickitt and Nick Dixon are out about about to catch the early shoppers, Ross King is showing us how in LA they're not even waiting for Friday!
We also track seasoned armchair shopper Rachel Mostyn's progress as she logs on in search of the best deals from midnight and expert Harry Wallop joins us.
Today Tony Mortimer of East 17 fame is joining us to discuss the best and worst Christmas songs of all time!
We want to know which Christmas classic winds you up the most? Is it Wham's Last Christmas? Or East 17's Stay Another Day? Perhaps it's Mr Blobby's Christmas Song or the Spice Girls' 2 become 1? Let us know!
Junior doctors have voted to strike, with the first day of action taking place from midnight.
We want to hear if the strike action has already affected you or anyone you know? Have you had an operation or procedure cancelled? Or perhaps you or someone you know have been pushed to the bottom of a long waiting list? We'd love to hear from you.
UK police have reminded the public that it has a key role to play in the fight against terror, as officers launched the second National Counter Terrorism Awareness Week.
But what sort of activity would you report, and how long would it take you to report it?
Get involved by answering our survey below by 8am on Tuesday 24 November.
Parts of the UK saw snow this weekend, as forecast by Laura on Friday's programme, and we'd love to see your photos. Perhaps your garden had its first coating of snow this year or your children or pets had fun playing in it? The cold weekend conditions are in sharp contrast to the unusually mild weather of recent weeks so we'd also like to see any 'before' pics you have of your garden before the weekend freeze.
Is it better for a couple to divorce amicably rather than staying together for the sake of their children? What impact does it have on children if they have to live in a household with constant arguments? Would children like their parents to stay together to try and make it work or prefer them to admit that they aren't right for each other and separate?
We'd like to hear from former couples and their children who believe they made the right decision to divorce and would like to come on the sofa and talk about it.
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A new study has revealed that two in three mothers regularly allow their young children to pamper themselves at the salon with three quarters claiming that treatments such as hair removal, manicures and facials improved their child's self confidence.
Do you buy beauty treatments for your children? Do you bring your child to the salon for facials and hair removal? Or perhaps you apply these treatments to your children at home? What made you decide your child needed these treatments and what impact do you think it has on them? We'd love to hear from you on this subject.
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