Katy Fawcett

Katy Fawcett is a news correspondent for Good Morning Britain and has worked for ITV since 2008. Throughout her career Katy has strived to humanise the headlines, with an insight into the real people and stories behind them. Katy's investigations have also taken her abroad: to Romania, Malia and Cyprus.

Police to investigate how Peaches got heroin

The police will investigate how Peaches Geldof got the heroin which she took before she died.

Officers will also try to find out when and where she used the drug.

Katy Fawcett spoke to Gerry Agar, a family friend.

I was hoping against all odds that heroin wouldn't be found in her body.

– Gerry Agar, family friend
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Boom in boomerang generation

I moved back home to save a deposit, but even living at home and paying very little rent hasn't really helped me save enough to move out

– 31-year-old Siam Goorwich, who is back living in her parents' North London home

More than half of all 20 to 34 year olds could be living with their parents by 2040.

Soaring housing costs caused by a shortage of affordable homes are leaving increasing numbers of young adults priced out of the market, according to a Shelter/KPMG report.

The report warns that without a radical programme of house building, average house prices in England could double in just 10 years to £446,000, and that in 20 years they could quadruple, with the average house rising to over £900,000 by 2034 if current trends continue.

Katy Fawcett chats to one family who have been affected.

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Should children start school at two?

Children as young as two could soon be starting school, but is it too much too soon?

We'd love to hear your thoughts this morning.

Join in the debate by visiting Good Morning Britain on Facebook or tweet us @GMB

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About Katy Rickitt

Katy Rickitt

Katy Rickitt is a news correspondent for Good Morning Britain and has worked for ITV since 2008.

Throughout her career Katy has strived to humanise the headlines, with an insight into the real people and stories behind them. From the sense of betrayal that plagued the community of Dewsbury even after Karen Matthews was released from prison, to the hope that turned to anguish during the hunt for April Jones. Katy also spent much of the last two years covering the unprecedented floods which spread across the country.

Katy's investigations have also taken her abroad: to Romania where she delved into the real lives of the romany community; to Malia where she investigated the safety of British teenagers abroad; and to Cyprus, where she experienced first hand the collapse of the banking system.

Follow Katy on Twitter @KatyRickittITV

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