Top five headlines you’re waking up to

  1. David Cameron prepares to authorise British airstrikes in Northern Iraq

  2. The wife of British IS hostage Alan Henning has called for his immediate release after receiving a recording of her husband pleading for his life

  3. Ed Miliband joins us on the show after his keynote speech at the Labour Party conference yesterday

  4. Teenage boys are suffering in silence from a variety of mental health disorders according to one of the country's leading head-teachers

  5. A new report from the Prisoners' Education Trust says re-offending costs the UK £13 billion every year

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Labour leader Ed Miliband is on Tuesday's show

Ed Miliband

Labour leader Ed Miliband joins us after his keynote speech at the Labour Party conference in Manchester yesterday was well received by delegates.

Plus John Nichol, a former RAF flight lieutenant who was shot down and captured during the first Iraq war, is in the studio as the news David Cameron prepares to authorise British airstrikes.

Former Showaddywaddy lead singer Dave Bartram is also on the sofa following the news that former Radio 1 DJ Lee Travis will be sentenced on Friday after being found guilty of indecently assaulting a researcher working on TV's Mrs Merton Show in 1995.

And we have exclusive interviews with Hollywood stars Denzel Washington and Lindsay Lohan.

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One in four 'support airstrikes against IS'

One in four people would support UK involvement in airstrikes against Islamic State (IS), an exclusive poll for Good Morning Britain has found.

Some 40% of people who took part in the quiz backed airstrikes in war-torn Syria and Iraq.

Support for western intervention in war-torn Iraq and Syria appears to be split quite evenly, according to the poll.

A further 36% said they did not want the UK to get involved, while 23% said they did not know how they felt about British involvement in a foreign war.

Verdicts reached in DJ Dave Lee Travis trial

Veteran DJ Dave Lee Travis has been found guilty of one charge of indecent assault and not guilty of another. The jury in the retrial cannot reach a verdict on count three.

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Incredibly close shave for Russian cyclist

A cyclist in Russia had a miraculous escape when he was nearly hit by a speeding car and then had another close shave with a truck. The two vehicles came flying towards the cyclist after colliding with each other at a junction in Moscow.

Not content with merely surviving the incident the man then rushed straight to the truck driver out of his capsized van. Thankfully no one was seriously injured in the incident.

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Our Young Hero meets Prince Harry!

The winner of the Good Morning Britain Young Hero Award, Olivia Rushton, joins us on the sofa with her Mum Alison, to chat about meeting Prince Harry last night, dancing on stage alongside Pixie Lott and being awarded the WellChild gong by Doctor Hilary, who also joins us.

Read more: Prince Harry charmed by young fan at awards

Olivia is Good Morning Britain's Young Hero

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Olivia on stage with Pixie Lott at last night's awards

Harman: Miliband 'in touch with people's concerns'

If you look at how united the party is...I think he [Miliband] has very steady leadership in touch with people's concerns.

– Labour Party Deputy Leader Harriet Harman

Labour leader Ed Miliband today sets out a 10 year plan as part of his national mission which he says will transform the country. The plan includes six key goals - including tackling the cost of living crisis, the housing crisis , low pay and the NHS.

We speak to his Deputy Leader Harriet Harman live from Manchester about Miliband's expected announcement for a funding boost for the NHS in his final party conference speech before next year's general election.

Ed Balls: " I know people are having a really hard time"

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The world ... but not as we know it

Can you imagine a world in the near future where sea levels have risen so much that large parts of Britain are permanently under water? Climate change experts warn this could be a reality and have launched an awareness campaign ahead of today's UN summit in New York.

We take a look at future weather broadcasts from around the world and what they could be like in 2050 and are joined by Tom Mitchell, head of climate change at the Overseas Development institute.

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