The mum misdiagnosed with cancer

Imagine being diagnosed with cancer and being told you have only a couple of years left to live - but then you find out it was a misdiagnosis and you didn't have cancer at all.

That's exactly what happened to Denise Clark, who spent two years preparing to die, in which she wrote farewell letters to her sons and even planned her own funeral.

Denise joins us alongside Dr Hilary Jones.

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Israel confirms 'errant' strike on Gaza school

A young girl inspects the rubble in Gaza.

An Israeli source has told ITV News an "errant" single mortar round was fired into a UN-run school last Thursday, killing 16 and injuring 200.

Pockets of hostilities in Gaza are continuing despite Hamas militants declaring their support for a 24-hour humanitarian truce put forward by the United Nations.

Meanwhile, the UN Security Council has urged Israel and Hamas to agree an "immediate and unconditional ceasefire" in Gaza.

Read more: UN call for ceasefire

Passport office has backlog of 400,000

The passport office still has a backlog of more than 400,000 applications and the situation is expected to worsen over the next few days as workers from the PCS Union based in passport offices around the UK go on strike.

Viewers have been contacting Good Morning Britain to say they're getting desperate about their outstanding applications, with many people due to go on holiday this week, and still waiting.

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Millions will be 'shut out' of GP appointments

GP services have been "overstretched" partly due to a lack of investment, according to the RCGP.

Doctors will have to turn patients away from GP surgeries 50 million times next year because the service is overwhelmed by the number of sick people, a group of experts has warned.

The Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) warned services had been "brought to its knees" by a lack of investment, and the number of patients turned away was a "shocking indictment" of the "overstretched" system.

Tulisa: 'I felt my life was over'

It just all got too much for me. I’m not going to sit here and want a pity party. It was a dark time, a very dark moment but I’ve got through it and I am here today.

– Tulisa Contostavlos

Tulisa Contostavlos has told Good Morning Britain that she attempted to take her own life during her recent court ordeal.

Speaking to Charlotte Hawkins she said "Its been a really really hard year - the most difficult year of my life but at the same time I always try to tale a positive from a negative and its given me the kind of life experience that you can’t buy - that it takes some people ten years to gain. Its also made me a wiser person. Stronger.”

There are different levels of depression - when I got low, I got really really low. But I picked myself up quicker than most and got on with things the best I could. My lowest point was when I found out I was going to be officially charged. It had already been dragging on for so long. When I found out I was being charged I lost the faith.

– Tulisa on her state of mind at the time

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