Today we meet the second of our amazing finalists in our Good Morning Britain Local Hero award at the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards.
Betty McGlinchey from Coventry is a foster mum who has cared for over 1,200 vulnerable young people, and she joins us along with nominator Terri, who was given a long-term foster home by Betty.
The number of British children identified as being trafficked for sex or forced labour within the UK has surged in the last year, crime-fighters say, as high-profile abuse cases in Rotherham and Rochdale boost awareness of the crime.
Britain was the most prevalent country of origin for potential child victims of human trafficking in 2013, with more than 128 child victims identified, a three-fold increase on the 38 found in the previous year, according to the National Crime Agency (NCA).
It comes as the HMIC claim that South Yorkshire Police have improved their child protection record despite scandals in the region.
NHS patients will have access to GPs seven days per week if the Conservative party win the next general election, David Cameron has announced.
The Prime Minister guaranteed family doctors would provide weekend appointments by 2020 if his party won an outright majority next May.
The PM also announced a £100 million investment in improving access to family doctors, ensuring that more people will be able to see their GP between 8am and 8pm on weekdays and weekends.
While visiting the troops in Afghanistan, Susanna Reid met Whitey, a three-legged stray dog in a wheelchair who needs a home in the UK after being rescued in Kabul.
Coming up on Tuesday's show, we talk seven-day surgeries as David Cameron promises weekend appointments and longer GP opening hours if the Tories win the next election.
On the subject of health, we look at the latest advice from dentists to restrict children to drinking simply milk and water to avoid toddler tooth decay.
And in showbiz news... from Venice to the White House, could George Clooney be making plans to become the most powerful man in the world?
Susanna reports from Afghanistan as troops count down to coming home
Hong Kong was taken over by another night of peaceful protests as pro-democracy campaigners occupied four the city's busiest districts.
University and college students were joined by the Occupy Central civil disobedience movement on Sunday as they blockaded the streets.
They are protesting because: