Living with tinnitus

Tinnitus permanently affects six million people in the UK and almost half of us experience a form of it at some point in our lives.

For those that have to live with the condition, the ringing or buzzing sound in their ears or head can have a debilitating impact on their day-to-day lives.

We're joined by Tre Lowe who suffers with severe tinnitus to tell us more about living with the condition.

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Nursery facing closure over photos to reassure parents

A nursery school in Kent is facing closure after it was sending photos of children to their worried parents to show that they are happy after they leave.

Cindy Fox, owner of Cherubs nursery in Linton, says she simply wanted to reassure concerned parents but she has been told by education watchdog Ofsted that the pictures jeopardise the safety of children - and as a result the school has been stripped of its outstanding rating and branded inadequate instead.

Parent, Chantelle Bourne, has started a petition on change.org, urging Ofsted to alter the 'Inadequate' rating. By Sunday afternoon, it had nearly 900 signatures.

We'd love to know what you think too. Does your child's nursery send you photos of your child? Do you think it's OK or agree with Ofsted that the use of mobile phone in nurseries is unsafe?

Get in touch via Facebook, Twitter or email gmb@itv.com before 8am on Monday 8 February. We may share your comments in the show. You must be 18 or over, for participation terms see itv.com/terms

Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. Parts of Britain are being lashed by high winds and heavy rain today as Storm Imogen moves in, with southern England and south Wales facing the brunt of gales

  2. The prison system has failed in a ''scandalous'' way, the Prime Minister will say today as he announces his vision for prison reform across England and Wales. David Cameron says re offending rates are too high and there are shameful levels of violence within our current system.

  3. Turkey is being urged to open its borders to the tens of thousands of Syrian refugees fleeing airstrikes. Aid workers say the situation is becoming increasingly desperate.

  4. The Duchess of Cambridge has voiced her belief that the nation's children should be supported through difficult times in their lives. Her comments at the beginning of Children's Mental Health week come as the National Union of Headteachers call for more funding for counsellors in school.

  5. The Oscars race row was among the top talking points at the Evening Standard Film Awards in London last night. The event which celebrates English and Irish talent awarded trophies to Dame Maggie Smith, Emma Thompson and Idris Elba who championed diversity during his acceptance speech.

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Girl, 11, writes letter to burglars who ransacked her home

I hope you are happy with yourself, I can no longer sleep in my own bed

– Paris' letter doesn't hold back as she tells the burglars exactly how their actions have affected her

An 11-year-old girl who left frightened of the dark and unable to sleep after burglars stole birthday and Christmas presents from her house has written a passionate letter to the criminals to make them realise the consequences of their actions.

The thieves broke into Paris Mulholland's family home in Intake, Doncaster a week after her 11th birthday. In the letter, which she wrote in her school book, she tells the burglars how much they "hurt" her and that she cries for two hours each night.

I felt I had more power once I wrote to them

– Paris after she wrote the letter

Made in Chelsea's JP opens up about depression

It got to the point where I just couldn't see the light at the end of the tunnel

– Josh Patterson on feeling suicidal when he was younger

As it's revealed that one in four are affected by mental health issues and 60 percent of people say they felt better after talking about it, we're joined by Made in Chelsea's JP (Josh Patterson) who opens up about his experience with depression and fighting suicidal thoughts for the first time.

He tells us of how his parents splitting up led to him behaving erratically as a teenager - but it took a long time to realise his behaviour was a sign of issues that needed addressing.

WATCH: Clarke Carlisle opens up about recent depression relapse