Where's the accountability for our children who have sadly passed away?
Following the Independent Review of Children's Cardiac Services in Bristol, NHS England pledged to ensure that "a consistent level of care is available for every patient in every part of the country".
We're joined by Faye Valentine, whose son Luke passed away following a heart procedure, and Rachel Pacua, whose son Jack has been left with permanent brain damage after open heart surgery, both at Bristol Hospital.
Both mothers are demanding justice after the hospital admitted the failing was the fault of the staff, but only in private.
They keep asking for daddy all the time
As the air show season gets under way, the fiancée of one of the Shoreham Airshow disaster victims tells us it's time that we took action and banned them.
In her first broadcast interview, Giovanna Chirico tells Ben and Susanna that she is "upset and angry" over the state of a temporary memorial area and lack of plans for a permanent tribute. An arch by the Shoreham tollbridge has been left neglected, surrounded by overgrown bushes, thistles and wrappers.
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I was worried about losing my job if I didn't wear what they wanted me to wear
An 18-year-old waitress from Ayrshire has been awarded £3,500 after winning a sexual discrimination claim against her employer.
Erin Sandilands joined us this morning to describe how her employer told her to look "more feminine" for the punters, saying she simply needed to look "better". Erin tells Susanna and Ben that although she knew it was wrong, she didn't want to lose her job.
However, Erin did refuse to comply with the unacceptable demands and was subsequently told she wouldn't be given any more shifts.
Laura Bates from the Everyday Sexism Project also joined the debate to argue that workplace sexism has a disproportionate impact on women - but agreeing that men aren't immune to the issue.
Tomorrow marks the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme - commonly regarded as the bloodiest ever day in British history.
The Queen is set to lead the nation in remembrance of World War I's most brutal encounter, with more than one million men killed in just five months - 24 hours after fighting began more than half of Britain's soldiers were wounded or dead.
Richard Gaisford is live at the Thiepval memorial in France this morning, where many bodies still lie. Later today Prince William, Prince Harry and Kate will climb to the top of the monument and stay to pay their respect at the vigil tonight.
We'll be a step closer to knowing who our next Prime Minister could be at midday, the deadline for Tory MPs to put themselves forward to replace David Cameron. Boris Johnson and Theresa May are the frontrunners, and we'll hear from another throwing their hat in the ring this morning.
Jeremy Corbyn's determination to carry on as Labour leader - despite losing the confidence of his MPs - will come under intense pressure as a leadership challenge is launched.
We'll meet the teenage waitress told to wear a skirt and make-up "for the punters". Erin Sandilands, who was sacked after refusing to do so, went on to win a payout for the degrading and humiliating treatment.
Kylie and her fiance Joshua Sasse got romantic on the red carpet last night, as they joined Eddie and Patsy at the Absolutely Fabulous world premiere.
And great news for Corrie fans! The cobbles will becoming to your screens six times a week from next year - we'll have all the details for you on this morning's show.
It was just a sea of people screaming, running towards me, like something out of a disaster movie
British journalist Laurence Cameron describes the "chaos" that unfolded in Istanbul's Ataturk Airport first-hand, following the explosions last night.
Cameron shared some shocking photos from inside the airport, capturing the atmosphere some 20 seconds after the attacks. The journalist told Piers and Susanna that taking photographs helped disconnect him from the surrounding terror.
He added, "All the passport desks had been abandoned, police were everywhere, guns drawn...it was chaos."
At least 41 have now been reported dead in the terror attacks.
This morning Piers and Susanna were joined by Sharon Shoesmith, the children's services boss who was sacked over the shocking death of Baby P.
Shoesmith was at the helm of Haringey Children’s Services department when Peter Connelly, 17 months, was beaten to death in 2007. The case provoked a national scandal after it emerged that social workers, police and doctors missed a series of warning signs that could have saved the child's life during the eight-month period of abuse.