Michelle Mone: OCD and me

She's one of the UK's most successful business leaders, but for years Michelle Mone has been battling OCD.

NICE believe that 750,000 equalling 1.2 percent of the UK population suffer from the mental health condition, characterised by obsessive thoughts that are only relieved by compulsive repetitive rituals including washing, cleaning and checking.

Michelle, who was diagnosed in her 30s, used to tidy her staff's desks when they weren't around and still now insists that there's never any handwriting on A4 files as it "looks disgusting". She is equally as obsessive at home.

Other famous faces who have admitted to OCD include David Beckham, Rafael Nadal, and Coronation Street's Ian Pulston-Davies and Kate Ford.

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'I think of Caron hundreds of times every day'

I really enjoy doing something positive now, because that's all part of my healing, and I cling onto that very strongly

– Gloria Hunniford

After journalist Victoria Derbyshire released her mastectomy video diary in an effort to reassure women in the same position, we speak to Gloria Hunniford, whose daughter Caron Keating tragically died from breast cancer over ten years ago.

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'I don't think I will ever have closure'

The final report into the MH17 crash is to be published by the Dutch Safety Board today. A total of 298 people, including 10 Britons, were killed when the Malaysia Airlines Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur Boeing 777 was seemingly shot down over Ukraine on July 17 2014 in an area where pro-Russian separatists operated.

Glenn Thomas from Blackpool was on his way to a conference in Australia when the flight went down. His nephew Jordan told Kate and Susanna that he though the relatives would "be getting some answers today, on how the plane came down ... it will definitely help start the narrative, but I think we're already expecting what it might say".

He continued, "Nothing will ever bring Glenn back, and that's the upsetting part."

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Cancer survivor, 74, sentenced to 350 lashes

The British Government has been asked to intervene in the case of a 74-year-old cancer survivor sentenced to 350 lashes in Saudi Arabia.

Karl Andree was jailed for 12 months after being caught with illegal alcohol.

His family said he may not survive the physical punishment that will follow his custodial term and have asked the British Government to call for a halt to it.

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Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. Hoping for answers - will the families of the 298 victims of MH17 finally discover who shot down the aircraft over Ukraine?

  2. Please get our father home. A British family's desperate plea to the Prime Minister for the 74 year old facing 350 lashes in Saudi Arabia. They say the brutal punishment will kill him.

  3. An all party group of MPs will today call for the UK to use military force in Syria. The Friends of Syria All Party Group says that in order to protect the Syrian people, Britain and its western allies need to enforce a no-fly zone in the country.

  4. What happened boys? The England rugby team face Prince Harry following their sensational exit from the tournament.

  5. Britain's most wanted litter louts - the council naming and shaming those who drop rubbish on our streets

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Tackle Hunger Together - how you can help

Malawi is suffering its worst food crisis in a decade, after winter floods washed many families’ crops away. Now the effects of El Nino threaten to make things much worse as scorching temperatures of 40 degrees and a lack of rain means the little crops they have there are shrivelling up.

As part of ITV’s Tackle Hunger together campaign Charlotte Hawkins is reporting from the region of Chikwawe talking to the families affected, finding out about the Work of the UN World Food programme and is helping to finish off a school canteen which will help feed preschool children what will probably be their one proper meal of the day.