Are £1 eggs all they're cracked up to be?

The price of Easter eggs is set to hit rock bottom this year as supermarkets slash their prices to attract customers. Big brand chocolate makers like Cadbury's, Galaxy, Lindt and Thornton's have seen in-store prices melt away as the supermarkets compete for customers. The big supermarket chains are also selling their own brand chocolate at super cheap prices - offering a regular sized egg for as little as 80p.

We get three mums to take the taste test to see if the cheapest eggs are all they cracked up to be!

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Strict rules on sales of full English breakfast

Is it the end of the road for the full English breakfast? New rules state that from today, cafe and restaurant owners can only call their cooked breakfast 'Full English' if all the ingredients are produced in England. The same also applies to Welsh, Irish and Scottish breakfasts.

We speak to restaurant and cafe owners to find out how they think it will affect trade.

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Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. Promising an end to zero-hours contract, Ed Miliband says he'll ban the controversial method of employment if Labour come to power

  2. Doctors are warning that promises made by politicians to make it easier to get a GP appointment are unlikely to happen

  3. Two European newspapers claim to have seen mobile phone footage taken from inside Germanwings Flight 9525 just before it crashed

  4. Singer Joni Mitchell has been taken to hospital in Los Angeles

  5. What does Easter mean to you? It's all about the eggs for many, but some supermarkets are refusing to sell one with a religious message

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'It's the lowest place you can possibly be'

I've been given another opportunity in life and I'm going to take it.

– Clarke Carlisle on his depression

Former footballer Clarke Carlisle is widely considered one of the most intelligent sportsmen of his generation. However, like one in four of us, he suffers from a mental illness.

Clarke is here to tell us how he's tackling not just his own depression but also the stigma that comes with the condition to try and help others. But first, here's the ups and downs of his life both on and off the pitch.

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