We need to think outside the box. The system's not working and we have an immediate threat
There are growing calls for radical extremists to be locked up without charge to protect Britain from more terror attacks.
Now former police chief Tarique Ghaffur is calling for internment camps to be set up across the country to keep thousands on the 'watch list' off the streets.
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It was a travel nightmare for thousands flying with British Airways this bank holiday weekend after global IT failure meant passengers faced hours of delays - and hundreds of cancelled flights.
The airline says services are getting back to normal today and that it's extremely sorry for the disruption caused.
So what rights do passengers have now, as they try and get compensation for cancelled flights, hotels and food? Aviation expert Alex Macheras has this advice.
I want my daughter to keep on living. I never want her to be forgotten by anyone
Charlotte Campbell phoned our programme the morning after the Manchester attack with a heartbreaking plea to find her missing daughter.
Tragically her 15-year-old girl Olivia was killed in the Manchester Arena explosion, which took the lives of 22 people.
Olivia's mum Charlotte and stepdad Paul joined us this morning to pay tribute to their daughter - and they announced they would be getting married – something Olivia had always wanted.
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Counter-terror police have made an arrest in West Sussex in connection to the Manchester suicide bombing, while police also raided addresses in Chester and Manchester. It comes as the mother and step-father of one of the victims of the Manchester attack - Olivia Campbell - told Good Morning Britain - in their first sit down interview - they don't feel anything for the man who took her life.
British Airways passengers are facing a third day of travel disruption after an IT crash plunged many passengers into Bank Holiday weekend travel chaos. BA said most flights would resume on Monday but advised passengers to check first.
A 35-year-old man murdered in a gun attack in a Co Down supermarket car park in broad daylight was shot in front of his young son. Police have confirmed that the boy witnessed everything, adding that he will “undoubtedly carry that memory for the rest of his life”.
Two people have been arrested after a car crashed into pedestrians in Marbella. Spanish police said they have arrested two people after the car they were in injured seven people while fleeing from a police road check in the popular holiday town.
Tougher sentences will be handed out to perpetrators of domestic violence against children under plans being set out by the Prime Minister in a bid to tackle the 'hidden scandal' and ensure its effects do not harm future generations. Under proposals unveiled in the Conservative Party manifesto, a new Domestic Violence and Abuse Bill will create an aggravated offence when behaviour is directed at a child, allowing for harsher punishments.
All 22 who lost their lives at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester Arena on Monday night have been named, with 15-year-old Megan Hurley, pictured above, the last to be confirmed.
Megan was at the show with her brother Bradley, who remains injured in hospital with his devastated parents by his bedside.
Courtney Boyle, 19 and her mother's partner Philip Tron, 32, also died in the attack.
Mum Deborah Hutchinson described the pair as "both my angels flying high in the sky".
After a difficult week this morning we heard a miracle story that truly warmed our hearts.
A mum who went through cancer three times and had her eggs frozen 13 years ago, has made history by giving birth to her daughter Faith from one of the frozen eggs.
It's the first time an egg has been successfully used in IVF anywhere in the world after having been frozen for so long.
Watch this incredible story above.
We need to work with that community [the Muslim community], not alienate them by deporting people behind closed doors
Colonel Richard Kemp prompted a huge reaction from viewers on Thursday's show when he suggested that foreign nationals on the terror "watch list" should be forced to leave the country.
This morning we were joined by Brigadier Paul Gibson who disagrees with Richard and believes "it’s not the time to start deporting people who are of interest to the security service".
Who do you agree with?
Watch the full discussion above and Richard Kemp's view below
A symbol unique to Manchester has risen through the tragedy as people have lined up to get a bee tattoo to show their solidarity for victims of this week's terrorist attack.
To locals the worker bee represents Manchester's hard-working ethic during the Industrial Revolution, when the textile mills were considered hives of activity.
Those getting the tattoo are donating £50 to those affected by Monday night's bombing, which killed 22 people.
Nick Dixon visited a tattoo parlour where he spoke to tattoo artist Bex Williamson and some of her most recent clients, including Molly, who was at the arena on the night of the attack.