Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. When is it okay to tell other people's children off? And would you ever go as far as physically restraining them? We're discussing this on today's show after a shocking image has emerged appearing to show a pensioner putting a child in an armlock on a train to Manchester. It's reported that a group of children, whose parents weren't with them, were refusing to take their feet off the seats, despite being repeatedly asked.

  2. At least 19 people have been killed and at least 25 injured in a knife attack at a centre for disabled people in Japan. Police have arrested Satoshi Uematsu, a 26-year-old former employee of the facility. He was quoted by police in local newspaper Asahi Shimbun as saying: "I want to get rid of the disabled from this world."

  3. The parents of a teenage girl who drowned while on a speedboat ride in Devon with her best friend's family want to a see a law in her name that could save the lives of others.
    Emily's Law would make it a legal requirement for passengers on leisure craft to wear a properly fitting life jacket. Today, Emily's parents Debbie and Clive Gardner speak to us exclusively.

  4. Thousands of lone migrant children are living in squalid conditions or are vulnerable to smuggling gangs after being let down by European countries including the UK, a report has warned. Youngsters face a culture of disbelief and suspicion, while authorities try to avoid taking responsibility for their care and protection, according to the Lords EU committee.

  5. Synagogues, churches and mosques are to be given government money to protect themselves against attacks by racists. Amber Rudd, the Home Secretary, will launch a new hate crime action plan, including a drive to punish offenders more harshly by ordering prosecutors to press for tougher sentences in court. A £2.4 million fund will be set up to pay for protective security measures at places of worship.

Dragons' Den's youngest entrepreneur

The moment they walked into the den I wanted it!

– Touker Suleyman, Dragons' Den

Last night 15-year-old Arminder Singh Dhillon became one of the youngest entrepreneurs to receive financial backing from Dragons' Den.

Arminder entered the Den with his mum and brother to sell his ingenious boot cleaning tool. When Dragons Deborah Meaden, Peter Jones and Touker Suleyman saw the product there were totally enamoured with the invention and each offered £20,000 in return for a 10 percent share of the company.

'I talk about him like he's still here'

I'm basically James's voice because he doesn't have one of his own anymore

– Denise Fergus

Denise Fergus has opened up about losing her son James Bulger after he was abducted and murdered by two boys in 1993.

She told Good Morning Britain about how she has had to move on with her life for the sake of her other children since the three year old died after being taken by Jon Venables and Robert Thompson.

Denise told Piers and Susanna of how she still talks about him like he's still alive, so her other sons feel like they know him.

"I'm basically James's voice because he doesn't have one of his own anymore," she told us.

Meanwhile, the father of a toddler kidnapped from a Primark store in Newcastle this year has spoken of the "agony" he felt in the two hours she was missing - and of his guilt over not preventing the abduction.

In an exclusive interview with Denise for GMB the man anonymously opened up about how he still longs for the truth of what happened and cannot forgive the teenagers until they tell him.

Are Germany attacks linked?

There have now been four attacks in South Germany within a week, with the latest carried out by a suicide bomber who killed himself and injured 12 others last night.

The explosion happened outside a restaurant in Ansbach, near Nuremberg, and was set off by a 27-year-old Syrian who had been denied asylum, Bavaria's senior security official said. It is also alleged that he had been trying to get into a nearby music festival, but was denied entry.

Earlier on Sunday, a 21-year-old Syrian refugee was arrested after killing a pregnant woman in a machete attack that killed one woman in Reutlingen, near Stuttgart.

Prince Harry on coping with his loss

For the first 28 years of my life - I never talked about it

– Prince Harry

Prince Harry has spoken about his reluctance to talk about the death of his mother at a barbecue for the mental health charity Head Together, attended by some of the country's top athletes.

Speaking with sports personalities about dealing with loss and grief, including Rio Ferdinand - who recently lost his wife Rebecca Ellison to cancer last year - the prince admitted that taking about the late Princess Diana has been healthy for him.

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Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. A suicide bomber has killed himself and injured 12 others in an explosion outside a restaurant in Ansbach, near Nuremberg, in Germany. The alleged attacker was a 27-year-old Syrian who had been denied asylum, Bavaria's senior security official said. It's believed he was carrying a backpack when he was turned away from entering a nearby music festival earlier in the evening. This was the fourth attack in South Germany in a week.

  2. Today It is expected to be announced that 114 remaining BHS stores will be closed permanently by 20 August 2016, with Sir Philip Green in the firing line of stiff criticism from MPs for his role in the collapse of the retail chain

  3. The father of a toddler kidnapped from Primark in Newcastle by two teenage girls is warning other parents to "never be too cautious or over protective". Speaking exclusively to Good Morning Britain, he has told how his daughter has been affected by the ordeal and his fears that she will experience psychological effects.

  4. A man and a woman have been released on bail after a five-year-old boy died in a suspected drowning at a water park on Saturday. The child, named as Charlie Dunn, was taken to hospital from the Bosworth Water Park in Warwickshire, after medics tried to save his life by the side of the water.

  5. The world's anti-doping bodies are united in their opposition to the International Olympic Committee's refusal to ban Russia from the Rio Games. Despite calls for for the country to be thrown out of the Games for running a state-directed doping programme, the IOC's executive board opted against a blanket ban and asked each sport to vet proposed Russian competitors individually.

Today at Buckingham Palace

You may have noticed that our presenters weren't in their usual cosy studio setting today. That's because we were lucky enough to take over Buckingham Palace for a sneak peek at the Queen's wardrobe as part of its latest exhibition - which opens to the public for summer tomorrow.

The show features ten decades worth of memorable outfits and accessories worn by the Queen. Each item has a story to tell, and we loved hearing from former embroiderer Maureen Markham about creating epic dresses for the Queen's royal tours and visits.

While at the palace we also had the chance to look around the perfectly manicured gardens and grounds. Here' s a behind-the-scenes tour of the royal gardens, care of our very own Laura Tobin and in-house gardener Claire Midgley-Adam.

UK's first ever hand transplant is a success

It's better than any lottery win - because you feel whole again

– Chris King

A man is overjoyed to become one of the first people in the UK to receive a double hand transplant.

Chris King, who lost his in a machine accident three years ago, told GMB that having the 12-hour operation made him feel "whole again".

He's most thankful to be able to wear fashionable shirts again - as he can now do up his own buttons - and to hold his favourite bottled beer.

Watch an emotional Chris tell us more about how he feels about his new hands and his donor.

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