People heading for holidays in Majorca, Ibiza, Menorca and Malta could be hit with a new 'tourist tax'.
Families could face a bill of up to £70 after the government of the Balearic Islands introduce the new eco-tax which will fund the protection of the islands.
Holidaymakers are accusing the islands of cashing in following terror attacks in Egypt and Tunisia last year.
Do you feel this tax is valid? Will this affect your choice on where to go for your holiday this year?
Parents on Mumsnet have been up in arms after one user admitted to finding her friend's child irritating... but should we keep tight-lipped when it comes to disliking someone's offspring?
User Thebrowntrout complained about her friend's three-year-old daughter's screaming and bratty behaviour and her post received hundreds of responses - with some criticising her for judging the child and her mum and others supporting her honesty.
But what do you think? Is it ever okay to dislike a child? Would you tell a friend if you thought their child was out of line? Or do you believe it's never right to comment on someone else's parenting methods?
Have you ever been involved in a car accident where the other driver was distracted by their mobile phone? Perhaps you've seen a driver on their phone this morning? Or are you guilty? We'd love to hear from you this morning.
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Nine million people in Britain alone use online dating or dating apps in their quest to find love! Online dating comes with potential danger, and it's important that we start talking about it...
We need your help! Have you ever used a dating app? Do you think they're dangerous? Did you find love online or just a string of bad stories? We'd love to hear about your experiences.
Get in touch via Facebook, Twitter or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org before 8am Friday 6 May 2016. We may share your comments and pictures in the show. You must be 18 or over, for participation terms see itv.com/terms. You can also take part in our survey with Cosmopolitan here
Happy 90th birthday, Your Majesty! The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh take part in an official walk of Windsor where spectators have already started lining the streets waiting for her. We're live inside the grounds of Windsor Castle throughout the morning where later Prince Charles will host a private dinner for his mum as he describes the Queen's life as one that has "defined our age".
The US President and his wife Michelle will arrive in the UK on Thursday night, just days after an unmanned aircraft is believed to have collided with a British Airways flight landing at Heathrow. He's expected to warn that leaving the EU would jeopardise our special relationship with the United States.
NHS England has announced a five-year plan to put general practice "back on its feet", with an extra £2.4 billion a year in funding by 2020/21. Patients will be urged to "self-manage" conditions online and see nurses and pharmacists as part of a major shake-up of GP surgeries.
Do you rinse your dishes before placing them in the dishwasher?
It's the argument that divides households - and we want to hear where you stand! Do you rinse to help your dishwasher and stop the gunk getting caught in the pipes? Or do you leave all the cleaning to your dishwasher? Please take our poll below!
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On Thursday 12 May Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis will be inviting people to his Good Morning Money Zone LIVE to talk about car insurance.
Martin is interested in speaking to people who auto renew their car insurance. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with subject 'car insurance' before 8am Friday 6 May 2016 if you'd like to talk to Martin on the show.
Tomorrow is National Offer Day for primary schools - anxious parents of over 600,000 kids will find out if their child has got their first choice primary school.
Are you waiting to hear if your child has secured a place at your first choice primary school? Perhaps you fear your chances aren't looking likely? Or have you gone above and beyond to secure the place you wanted? We'd love to hear your stories!
Get in touch via Facebook, Twitter or by emailing email@example.com before 8am Monday 18 April 2016. We may share your comments and pictures in the show. You must be 18 or over, for participation terms see itv.com/terms
Meanwhile, watch the video above for advice on what to do if you don't get your preferred place.