It's a MARRYthon!

Running the London marathon is an incredible challenge - but Laura Harvey and Paul Elliott are taking it a stage further by getting married during the 26.2 mile race!

They'll cross the line as newlyweds after tying the knot halfway along the course - but it's all for a very good cause close to their hearts...

James Cracknell puts Sean through his paces before the big day

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James gets Sean ready for the London Marathon

With months of training under their belts, the time has come for 38,000 runners as they take on the 26.2 mile London Marathon this weekend.

Among the runners is our own Sean Fletcher along with other members of the GMB team - and a couple who are planning to get married half way round the course!

Meanwhile, Olympic gold medalist James Cracknell has put Sean through his paces before the big day.

Do you know anyone who's running the marathon on Sunday? Get in touch via Facebook, Twitter or by emailing gmb@itv.com before 8.00am on Friday 24 April and we may share your pictures and comments on the show. You must be 18 or over, for terms and conditions see itv.com/terms

Meet the GMB marathon team

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Sainsbury's latest of big four to make cuts

Sainsbury's is to cut 800 jobs as it battles falling sales and profits for Britain's biggest supermarket groups.

In the latest sign of the turmoil facing the four biggest grocery chains, Sainsbury's is making the cuts in an attempt to make it stores more efficient and nimble.

The announcement about the job cuts comes a day after Tesco, Britains biggest retailer, reported a record-breaking £6.4bn pre-tax loss. Tesco has also made thousands of staff redundant at its head office and in stores, as have Asda and Morrisons, as grocery retailers adapt their workforce to fight the rise of discount supermarkets Aldi and Lidl..

So, how have our shopping habits changed? Consumer expert Alice Beer joins us to tell us more.

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Top five headlines you're waking up to

A woman was hospitalised after falling down this hole in a London street

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  1. Sainsbury is to cut 800 jobs as it battles falling sales and profits for Britain's biggest supermarket groups

  2. A 14-year-old boy from Blackburn has been charged in connection with a terrorist plot in Australia. He was arrested over an alleged plan to attack events marking the centenary of the First World War Anzac landings.

  3. A woman has been hospitalised after she fell down a hole that appeared in a pavement as she hurried along a London street during rush hour

  4. A leading energy firm is to give vouchers to people who use foodbanks to help those who are disconnecting electricity and gas supplies because they can't afford to pay their bills

  5. More than half of women feel stressed choosing what to wear to work in the morning according to a Good Morning Britain and OnePoll survey

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Miriam's Inspiring Women with her initiative

There's more to Miriam than being married to the Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg, much more. Lawyer, blogger, campaigner - Miriam joins us to talk about her initiative "Inspiring Women" which she set up in October 2013 to encourage British schoolgirls to aim high in their careers.

Already, some 15,000 women, including TV and radio presenter Clare Balding, and model Daisy Lowe, have talked to a quarter of a million teenage girls.

Find out more information about Inspiring the Future

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Half of bingo halls tested positive for cocaine

People want something to take them away from the difficulties that they have.

– Dr Niall Campbell Consultant Psychiatrist at The Priory

Bingo halls aren't the first place you'd associate with illegal drug use, but an investigation in this morning's Sun has uncovered more than half of British bingo halls tested positive for traces of cocaine.

Charities say they aren't surprised by the findings as the latest statistics show that drug abuse among the older generation is a growing problem.

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