Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. An Australian-style points-based immigration system could be introduced in the UK if Britain votes to leave the EU, Brexit campaigners have revealed. The plan would spell the end of the automatic right of EU citizens to come to live and work in the UK.

  2. The families of 21 people who lost their lives in the 1974 Birmingham Bombings will today find out if the inquests into their deaths will be reopened. Two IRA bombs exploded at pubs in the city on 21 Nov 1974. The original inquests opened days after the attacks but closed following the guilty verdicts in 1975 which saw six men jailed. Their convictions were quashed in 1991.

  3. A deal is expected to be announced at 7am this morning over the sale of TATA Steel's long-products division at Scunthorpe steelworks. Greybull Capital is expected to announce that it has finalised the takeover of the long-products division, which employs around 3,000 people at its base in Scunthorpe.

  4. Police in the US may bring criminal charges over an incident that saw Harambe the gorilla shot and killed in order to rescue a four-year-old boy who had fallen into his enclosure at Cincinnati Zoo. There has been mounting outrage over the death of Harambe, a 450-pound Western lowland silverback gorilla, aimed at both the zoo and the parents of the child.

  5. And in a Good Morning Britain exclusive - who will bejoining Simon Cowell on this year's X Factor judging panel?

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These babies are one in two million!

Becki-Jo Allen, 23, was shocked to discover she was expecting triplets ... and even more surprised after giving birth to find out that they're identical!

The chance of giving birth to naturally conceived, genetically identical triplets is 200 million to one and at 10 months old Roman, Rocco and Rohan are the youngest of what is thought to be only a handful of naturally conceived sets of identical triplets in the UK.

Becki-Jo, who is from Liverpool and also has a three-year-old daughter, Indiana, had an early scan nine weeks into the pregnancy due to severe headaches and nausea - and was given the bombshell news she was expecting triplets.

She joined us today with her little trio to tell us how she's adapting to her suddenly expanded family, plus we got some advice from her from other mums of triplets.

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Would a Brexit mean lower bills and higher wages?

If we are still in the European Union we can’t control VAT, we can’t control the millions of pounds we give to them every week

– Michael Gove

Justice Secretary Michael Gove joined us today to tell us why he thinks it makes economic sense to leave the European Union - plus he admits he'd rather David Cameron was Prime Minister than Boris Johnson and that he doesn't want the job himself.

The one thing I absolutely don’t want to be is Prime Minister

– Michael Gove

Exclusive: Stephen Hawking on EU, Trump and more

Gone are the days we could stand on our own

– Professor Stephen Hawking

He has grappled with some of the biggest questions in the universe and now Professor Stephen Hawking gives his answer to another: In or out?

In his only interview on the subject, Hawking tells GMB he predicts a recession if Britain leave the EU and warns: "Gone are the days when we could stand on our own".

He also gives his views on US presidential hopeful Donald Trump and reveals his dream dinner party guests - plus he tells Mark Austin of how he never thought he'd be able to have children after being diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease.

The professor also reveals that he thinks the planet's biggest threat is global warming.

We will still be an attractive partner to continue to collaborate with, should we leave the EU

– Dr Lee Upcraft

Meanwhile, we also speak with Dr Lee Upcraft, a physicist who doesn't share Hawking's views on how a Brexit would affect scientific advancement. He told us that he sees no reason why scientific funding should be affected by political collaboration.

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Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. Britain needs to stay in the EU to protect its scientific research from being undermined by the Government's austerity cuts, Stephen Hawking has told Good Morning Britain

  2. Meanwhile, Vote Leave claims energy bills will fall if we choose to leave - saying Britain will no longer be forced to raise VAT on charges. Michael Gove joins us today to tell us more.

  3. Ceremonies take place today to mark the 100th anniversary of The Battle of Jutland. The Princess Royal will represent the Royal Family after the Duke of Edinburgh pulled out for medical reasons.

  4. Madness in Magaluf: The Mayor of the popular holiday destination has told GMB that he will never have enough police to cope with the influx of partying Brits every summer - and one bar manager who has worked there for 15 years has told us he's "never seen it this bad"

  5. And finally, Becki-Jo Allen was shocked when she was told that she was expecting triplets - but she hadn't expected to discover they were identical! We meet the 200 million to one babies and their mum today

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Were zoo keepers right to shoot gorilla?

Animal rights campaigners are protesting after a gorilla was shot dead at a zoo in Cincinnati when a four year old boy accidentally fell into its enclosure.

Harambe, a 400lb 17-year-old gorilla was killed at Cincinnati Zoo on Saturday after he grabbed and dragged the child - but onlookers have said he appeared to be protecting him. However, zoo officials have since said the risk was too large as the animal was extremely strong in an agitated situation.

The zoo said of their primate keepers: "They made a tough choice and they made the right choice because they saved that little boy's life."

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Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. Model Lily-Rose Depp has defended her dad Johnny Depp after claims he was violent towards his estranged wife Amber Heard. Posting a picture of them together on Instagram, she wrote: "My dad is the sweetest most loving person I know, he's been nothing but a wonderful father to my little brother and I, and everyone who knows him would say the same." She also posted part of a report saying police had found no proof that a crime had occurred.

  2. Road congestion is expected today as many families return from short breaks at the end of the bank holiday weekend. The RAC are expecting the busiest late spring bank holiday on the roads in three years. They expect 3.3 million journeys with the worst times to travel expected to be between 1300 and 1800. The worst areas will be M5 South, M6 North and M4.

  3. Cincinnati Zoo has faced criticism after a 17-year-old gorilla was shot and killed after grabbing and dragging a four-year-old boy who fell into the gorilla exhibit moat on Saturday afternoon. Online commenters have expressed outrage at the shooting, saying the boy's parents should have been watching him more closely.

  4. Two children were among a group of 18 Albanians and two British people rescued from the English Channel after their inflatable boat began to sink on Saturday. The UK Coastguard received a call for assistance just off the coast of Dymchurch in Kent at 11.40pm.

  5. And it's official - magician Richard Jones has triumphed at Britain's Got Talent - but what does the future hold for him and the other finalists - and can they become international stars? We're joined by Richard on today's show.

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Seven year old applies for football manager role

Football could have its youngest ever manager after a seven-year-old school boy wrote a rather adorable job application hoping to become Inverness Caledonian Thistle F.C's new manager.

The young hopeful even offered to ask his headteacher to let him leave early to complete his managerial duties - as long as the players could help him with homework.

Someone give this boy a job!

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