As ITV launches this year's Text Santa, supporting our three chosen charities, Amanda Holden joins us to share her experiences of visiting torn communities in Nepal for Save The Children.
In April 2015 Nepal was devastated by two major earthquakes. The damage was overwhelming; 8,881 people died and over 22,000 were injured. 32 districts were severely affected: the quakes damaged or destroyed hundreds of thousands of homes and left millions homeless, including an estimated 1.5 million children. While significant action has already been taken, humanitarian needs still remain six months after the earthquake.
Kirstie Ennis, 24, was injured in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan in 2012 - but then, against doctors orders, managed to complete a 1,000 mile trek for Prince Harry's charity Walking with the Wounded. A week ago she posted a defiant picture of herself in a red bikini before she underwent her 39th operation - to amputate her leg.
Even with the support of a £10,000 brace, Kirstie was in constant pain during the walk and joked at the time that Harry didn't dare to complain about his aching knees during the trek, because he knew she would give him a fierce ribbing.
A Good Morning Britain investigation into drink driving has captured a dramatic 140mph police chase leading to a horrendous accident after a driver failed to stop for what should have been a routine police check.
The incident, captured by Katy Rickitt and our crew while filming with West Midlands Police on Saturday night, happened as one of many as, over the next four weeks, millions of motorists face being stopped as police forces across the country check for drink and drug driving.
Two people were taken to hospital - but were unable to be breathalysed on the scene due to their injuries.
The two and half year prison sentence is not my real sentence. My real sentence is what's in my heart and head and what I carry with me for the rest of my life.
Today Good Morning Britain reporter Peter Cardwell is at Downing Street to tell us more about Giving Tuesday, a global day of giving backed by the Government.
Coinciding with the launch Text Santa, ITV today encourages people to give time #GivingTuesday by volunteering after a weekend of spending on themselves and loved ones over Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
For the first 5,000 searches for volunteering opportunities via the Text Santa website the Government will give £5 to Text Santa.
For the first 15,000 donations made, the Government will give £5 to Text Santa.
Hmm, who's that behind Peter?
Strike action by thousands of junior doctors has been suspended so talks can continue
Jeremy Corbyn says he will grant Labour MPs a free vote on UK air strikes in Syria - with a Commons debate expected to take place tomorrow
A Good Morning Britain investigation into drink driving has captured a dramatic 140mph police chase leading to a horrendous accident after a driver failed to stop for what should have been a routine police check. Over the next four weeks, millions of motorists face being stopped as police forces across the country check for drink and drug driving.
A landmark new law on organ donors comes into effect in Wales today. The revolutionary system means adults automatically become donors after their death - unless they have chosen to opt out beforehand.
New photographs of Princess Charlotte have been released by Kensington Palace to mark her six month milestone.
The two pictures were taken by the Duchess of Cambridge at their family home, Anmer Hall in Norfolk.
Royal photographer, Arthur Edwards, praises the Duchess of Cambridge for the relaxed style of photography, which are skilful and artistic.
Victims of online shopping fraud lost over £16 million in the run up to Christmas last year with Black Friday and Cyber Monday being two of the worst days for this.
A campaign by Action Fraud, City of London Police and Get Safe Online has revealed these shocking figures, with the most victims living in London and the West Midlands.
So how can you avoid being ripped off on Cyber Monday today?
Jeremy Corbyn faces isolation amongst his own MPs today, over the issue of whether to support air strikes in Syria.
Mr Corbyn has made it clear he won't back air strikes, but a number of his Shadow Cabinet look set to back military action, as well as some backbenchers.
David Cameron is having to rely on Labour MPs to get the vote through, because his majority is so small.