Equalities Minister Jo Swinson writes to toy manufacturers and retailers to encourage them to market toys sensibly this Christmas.
The Minister is calling on the retail sector to do what it does best - respond to customers' demands and ensure the greatest choice by marketing toys for all children, rather than for boys or girls.
Jo joins us on today's show - let us know what you think by leaving your comments below.
There are seven days left until Christmas but just one more day to go until ITV's big Text Santa finale tomorrow. So today, we're highlighting the work of the charity WellChild and one particular nurse, called Aileen Crichton who looks after 30 sick children.
Three weeks ago we surprised her when she thought she had come into Good Morning Britain for a backstage tour but instead she found out she'd been set up! We sent her on the trip of a lifetime to Lapland.
As bookmakers stop taking bets on whether the Queen will announce her abdication during this year's Christmas Day speech, we await comment from the Palace.
She looks a bit evil, that cat, doesn't she!
When things go bad with pets and Christmas trees, the consequences can be quite disastrous! Watch the video above to find out why...
Candlelit vigils were held across the globe to remember the 132 children and nine teachers murdered in the Taliban attack on a Peshawar School.
Hundreds attended a candlelight vigil in Trafalgar Square after a group of Pakistanis studying in London decided to organise a show of support. Some people at the vigil held photographs of the victims while others simply stood in silence in the rain in an act of remembrance.
Mourners in at America's Columbia University and Washington DC also held candlelit vigils. Pakistan is in the middle of three days of mourning after the massacre which saw 141 people, mostly children, gunned down at the Army Public School in northern Pakistan on Tuesday.
Millions of UK workers are risking their health by putting off medical appointments a report from the British Heart Foundation has found.
According to the organisation two fifths of UK workers have put off going to the doctors because of their job and more than 70% have gone to work despite being too unwell to do their job.
Source: British Heart Foundation
A comedy starring Seth Rogan and James Franco has been pulled from cinemas after hackers threatened the studio behind it with violence and the leaking of sensitive information.
Sony has decided not to release The Interview, a film which pokes fun at North Korea dictator Kim Jong Un after it was threatened by hackers, the studio announced. In a a statement they confirmed there were no further plans to release the buddy comedy.
The investigation into the hacking is now in the hands of the FBI, who have warned other businesses involved with the film, that they too could become victims of hacking. Not everyone has given up - Texas cinema chain Alamo Drafthouse said at least one of its theatres would be screening Team America: World Police, in which American agents take on North Korea's previous dictator, Kim Jong Il.
Fancy seeing Duran Duran? Just head to your local...