Almost a third of us have noisy neighbours

A survey has revealed that almost a third of people have had a problem with a nuisance neighbour in the past year.

The figures from Which? show that residents most complained about:

  • Voices and arguing (41%)
  • Loud music and noisy TVs (29%)
  • Doors slamming (27%)
  • People stomping around (23%)
  • Noise from pets (21%)

The organisation is launching a free guide to help people deal with a nuisance neighbour, offering advice such as keeping an incident diary, and resolving issues face to face.

We find out how to solve not-so-neighbourly problems with Dominic Littlewood.

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Two days to go until Yes or No

With just two days to go until the Scottish referendum we find out what young voters think and speak to Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. Also coming up on Tuesday's show, we're looking into how a quarter of people have said they have had problems with their neighboursin the last year and an influential group of MPs has said those who suffered severe delays with their passports should be compensated.

Plus, Charlotte speaks to action film star Liam Neeson about his latest movie A Walk Among the Tombstones and Richard Arnold meets Barbra Streisand!

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What are the pro-union leaders promising?

In a letter published today in Scotland's Daily Record newspaper, David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband have promised greater powers to Scotland if it votes no.

Those guarantees are:

  • Scotland's Parliament at Holyrood will become a permanent and irreversible part of the British constitution.
  • Holyrood will receive a number of new powers beginning from September 19 and due for legislation next year.
  • Scotland will be guaranteed more fairness by pooling and sharing resources for defence, prosperity and the social and economic welfare of every citizen.
  • This will include UK pensions and NHS funding.
  • Holyrood will have the "last word" in how much is spent on health services in Scotland.
  • The Scottish Parliament will also have the final decision over how much is spent on public services in Scotland.

Pro-union leaders promise 'extensive new powers'

We have said repeatedly... that whatever happens on Friday we stop being Yes or No and become one country.

– Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon

Good Morning Britain speaks to Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon after David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband have all signed a letter guaranteeing "extensive new powers" for the Scottish Parliament if the country votes No in Thursday's referendum.

The cross-party pledge appears on the front page of the Scottish tabloid the Daily Record.

The letter also appears to guarantee the future funding of the NHS:

And because of the continuation of the Barnett allocation for resources and the powers of the Scottish Parliament to raise revenue, we can state categorically that the final say on how much is spent on the NHS will be a matter for the Scottish Parliament.

– Joint letter signed by three party leaders

Sue Jameson finds out what young Scottish people are voting for, below.

Summer passport chaos victims 'should get compensation'

Holidaymakers who suffered severe delays when using the fast-track passport renewal service should be compensated, an influential group of MPs has said.

The Home Affairs Select Committee (Hasc) wants to see the Passport Office back under ministerial control and compensation paid to victims of the summer passport chaos.

Her Majesty's Passport Office (HMPO) was accused of putting holidaymakers' summer plans in jeopardy as it struggled to cope with demand and a backlog of applications in progress spiralled past half a million.

The number of applications has been cut from 550,000 to 90,000, according to ministers, but it has not been enough to stop thousands of families from missing their holiday.