Top five headlines you're waking up to

Diana, Princess of Wales, with sons Prince William and Prince Harry in 1995

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  1. In an emotional interview, Princes William and Harry reveal how Prince Charles broke the news of their mother's death and their anger at the photographers who chased her. The princes have been speaking ahead of the 20th anniversary of Princess Diana's death next month.

  2. There have been violent clashes in America as police fire tear gas at protestors at a Donald Trump campaign rally. We've got all the latest news on this morning's show. It follows the president hitting out at the media over its coverage of his reaction to the violence in Charlottesville earlier this month, claiming news outlets misrepresented him and branding them "the source of division" in the US.

  3. The number of identity theft cases reported in the UK has soared to "epidemic levels", experts have revealed. New figures released by a leading fraud prevention group show nearly 500 identity frauds are reported every day with people aged between 31-40 and 41-50 the most likely groups to fall victim to impersonation scams. We'll be speaking to ID expert Sandra Peaston on this morning's show.

  4. A seven-month-old baby who was trapped under a house following a deadly earthquake on the Italian island of Ischia has been pulled alive from the rubble. The boy, named Pasquale, was rescued in Casamicciola some seven hours after the quake, which struck on Monday evening just before 9pm local time (8pm BST).

  5. England booked a Women's Rugby World Cup final appointment with New Zealand after beating France 20-3 in Belfast last night. Prop Sarah Bern and substitute back Megan Jones scored second-half tries during an absorbing defence-dominated contest at Kingspan Stadium.

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  1. The four Barcelona terror attack suspects are being interrogated at Spain’s National Court. According to reports, one of the suspects told the judge that the group were planning an even bigger attack. The four men are believed to be the only surviving members of the 12-man terror cell, which left 15 people dead and 120 wounded.

  2. A baby boy has been pulled alive from rubble following a deadly earthquake on the Italian island of Ischia. The seven-month-old was rescued seven hours after the quake which struck on Monday morning. His two elder brothers were also freed several hours later.

  3. Children are being taught how to prepare for terror attacks through storybooks in school. CitizenAID’s have developed an ebook written for younger children to teach them “how to react in any situation where a child may perceive someone is trying to hurt them”, according to Tim Hodgetts, who works at citizenAID.

  4. The man who bought BHS for £1 from Sir Philip Green is to be prosecuted by The Pensions Regulator. Dominic Chappell faces three charges of neglecting or refusing to provide information and documents about its sale without a reasonable excuse.

  5. The Strictly Come Dancing 2017 full line-up has been revealed. On Good Morning Britain yesterday, we announced that our very own Charlotte Hawkins will be among the contestants. Here’s the full list of competitors: Debbie McGee, Jonnie Peacock, Alexandra Burke, Ruth Langsford, Joe McFadden, Simon Rimmer, Aston Merrygold, Gemma Atkinson, Brian Conley, Richard Coles, Chizzy Akudolu, Susan Calman, Mollie King, Davood Ghadami and Charlotte Hawkins.

Parents warn of henna tattoo dangers after daughter suffers chemical burns

What was meant as a holiday treat turned into a complete family nightmare after seven-year-old Maddie Gulliver was left with severe burns from a temporary henna tattoo.

Maddie, who had the tattoo done while on holiday with her family in Egypt, suffered chemical burns and could be left with permanent scars after the inking went horribly wrong.

Maddie and her parents joined us in the studio this morning to tell their story and warn other holidaymakers of the dangers.

GMB Poll: 69% say kids should NOT have to do homework during the summer hols

Is summer all about having fun or should youngsters be made to do some homework too? Based on a poll we released on Twitter this morning, 69% of viewers reckon kids should not have to do extra work during the holidays.

We invited Stephen Drew from Channel 4's Educating Essex and Toby Young, Director of New Schools Network, to get their thoughts on the subject.

British hero who helped young victim in Barcelona attack urges everyone to stand up against terrorism

Harry Athwal, the British man who comforted a young victim of the Barcelona terror attack and refused to leave his side, joined us this morning for an exclusive interview.

In an emotional chat with Jeremy and Kate, Harry described the moment paternal instinct prompted him to rush to the aid of a young victim despite any risks to his own life.

Harry described the moment he found himself standing next to the gunman as he shot at crowds of people and said: "It's not about your safety, it's about others so you must do something ... the common man is now the person who can do something."

Watch the full interview above.

Ford offering £2k to trade your old car for new model

Ford of Britain Chairman and Managing Director Andy Barratt joined us in the studio this morning as the company announces a car and van scrappage scheme aimed at improving air quality by enabling customers, of any brand, to trade-in and scrap their old vehicles for new and affordable Ford cars and commercial vehicles.

The scheme offering £2,000 to anyone trading in their old car for a new model will run to the end of the year and is effective for registrations from before 2009.

The move follows the Government's announcement of a ban on the sale of new diesel and petrol cars by 2040.

Andy describes how there's been a massive step forward in technology that has reduced the harmful emissions from earlier cars, making new models much cleaner for the environment.

But is the scheme just a marketing stunt? Watch the full interview above.

Top five headlines you're waking up to

Trump addresses the nation

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  1. Donald Trump has reconfirmed his nation's commitment to securing peace in Afghanistan, saying the US military will "fight to win" in the country. The president said he would not be commenting on troop numbers, and that America's enemies "must never know our plans", as he laid out his strategy for battling terrorism in the region. In an address to the nation from Fort Myer in Virginia, Trump was light on detail but heavy on promises, as he told allies to boost troops and spending on the Afghanistan war in line with the US.

  2. Following yesterday's news that the van driver in the Barcelona terror attack was shot dead by police, this morning we speak to the British man who comforted a young victim of the terror attack and refused to leave his side.

  3. An earthquake has hit the Italian resort island of Ischia, killing at least one person and trapping around six others under collapsed buildings. Police said all but one of the people known to be trapped were responding to rescuers and were expected to be extracted alive. One person however, wasn't responding, raising worries the death toll could rise, said Giovanni Salerno of the financial police.

  4. The Government is to set out proposals to ensure that cross-border legal disputes are dealt with in a "fair and sensible way" after Brexit. A paper setting out the UK's position on future co-operation with civil courts in the European Union will say that families, businesses and individuals need "certainty" about how their cases will be dealt with following Britain's withdrawal from the EU.

  5. And finally, it looks like the weather is turning! After a grey and misty start in places many southern and eastern areas can expect to see a fine day with some locally very warm sunshine developing. However, one or two sharp showers are possible, and across many northern and northwestern parts of Britain it will generally be cloudier. If you've got any decent weather pics, email us at or tweet @gmb

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Police released these images of 22 year-old Younes Abouyaaqoub - the suspected driver in the Barcelona terror attack who has been shot dead by police

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- The suspected driver in the Barcelona terror attack has been shot dead by police. Younes Abouyaaqoub was cornered in the town of Subirats, 30 miles west of Barcelona. He was wearing what looked like an explosives belt. Abouyaaqou, 22, is believed to have hijacked another car to flee the scene, killing the driver. Read more.

- A partial solar eclipse, where the moon will appear to take a "bite" out of the sun, will be visible in the UK tonight at around 8pm. Around 4% of the sun will be covered by the moon during the phenomenon which will last for approximately 40 minutes just before sunset. For those fortunate enough to be in a prime location to witness the event it could be a stunning spectacle. But overcast skies could scupper the chances of many Britons seeing the the partial eclipse of the sun