The majority of motorists support lowering the legal drink-drive limit across England and Wales, a survey has revealed.
As many as 43% want the limit to fall from the current 80mg level to just 20mg (effectively a zero-tolerance figure), while a further 31% favour a 50mg limit - the level just introduced in Scotland. One quarter of the motorists 1000 quizzed by the road charity Break (26%) said they were happy for the limit to stay as it is now. Motorists also wanted to see much tougher penalties for drivers who repeatedly flouted drink-drive laws.
Eight children have been found stabbed to death at a suburban home in Cairns, northern Australia, local police have confirmed.
The youngsters were aged between 18 months and 15-years, and found at a property in Manoora. A 34-year-old woman has also been taken to Cairns Base Hospital with stab wounds, but it is unknown what her relation to the children is.
Cairns Criminal Investigation Division have established a crime scene and are speaking with the woman. Paramedics remain at the scene.
Jammed roads, disrupted rail journeys and packed airports are expected to signal the start of the Christmas getaway, according to travel experts.
Some four million Brits are expected to fly out of the UK between December and January 3rd, according to travel association Abta, and is slightly higher than the number going away for Christmas last year. Heathrow is handling 16,700 departures this Friday, with nearly 700,000 passengers leaving from the west London airport between December 19 and Christmas Day.
And they are not the only airport expecting a high passenger load - Gatwick airport would be handling 800,000 departures and Stansted 430,000 between December 19 and January 3. In addition around 380,000 will leave from Manchester and 160,000 from Birmingham over the same period. Those that remain in the UK can expect heavy traffic and delayed rail services, experts warned.
Tonight the Sun's Military Awards will be broadcast on ITV, presented by Amanda Holden and Phillip Schofield, the awards pay tribute to the outstanding courage and sacrifice of Britain's armed forces at the annual ceremony, with senior members of the royal family in attendance.
Today we speak to Louise Fetigan who received The Sun Military award for the charity she founded, My Daddy is a Solider Adventures, in 2011. The charity supports children with parents serving in the British Army, regular or reserve.
Luke Cameron has spent a year doing good deeds every day after a close family friend died of cancer.
This morning he went to get the paper from a petrol station and left £10 in a pump for someone, he's given away a £25 winning lottery ticket, and paid for the haircut of the man in front of him at the barbers!
Seeing as we have world-renowned present wrapper Arona Khan in the studio, we thought we'd put our own wrapping skills to the test.
So who is Good Morning Britain's star wrapper? We think it's safe to say that it's not our Kate!
If your annual Christmas wrapping session leaves you covered in screwed up balls of sellotape and torn paper, help is at hand. A new video showcasing an incredibly fast and simple technique has gone viral - revealing how to wrap a present in just 12 seconds.
So what is the best way to wrap a present? We've enlisted the help of expert wrapper Arona Khan to show us!
We radically need to get more girls studying science at A Levels so they can become engineers
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.