Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. The devastated father of murdered US journalist Alison Parker has urged President Obama to push through gun reform. Andy Parker vowed to do "whatever it takes" to tighten gun laws

  2. The sixth day of agony looms for relatives of the Shoreham air show disaster - a report is expected in a few days

  3. Some 200,000 properties are still being told to boil their tap water three weeks after the parasite cryptosporidium was discovered in the local water supply

  4. Babies as young as two months will be offered the Meningitis B jab from next Tuesday for free on the NHS. Over the past 20 years, between 500 and 1,700 people - mainly babies and young children - have suffered from Meningitis B every year

  5. Fed up of the family whingeing this bank holiday? GMB takes a look at what gets viewers' goat and encourages them to have a whinge binge before the weekend

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What is the perfect bedtime story?

Trying to get the kids off to sleep and keep them entertained? Research revealed an ideal tale lasts eight and a half minutes and includes a dragon, a princess, a wizard and a fairy.

What do you think is the recipe for the perfect bedtime story? GMB wants to know which stories you like to tell your little ones before they go to bed.

Get in touch via Facebook, Twitter or by emailing gmb@itv.com before before 8am.

First air show since Shoreham disaster starts today

As families of the victims of Shoreham continue to wait for news of their loved ones, the first UK air show since the disaster prepares to get underway at Clacton in Essex today.

Organisers insist the event will go ahead as normal - with all of the stunts taking place in the sky over the sea so they're not affected by the new civil aviation restrictions.

However they say public safety is the priority at the show, which is due to attract 200,000 people over the next two days.

Another air show at Durham Tees Valley on Saturday has been cancelled.

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Barack Obama broken-hearted after US shooting

US president Barack Obama has said gun crime is a bigger threat to his nation than terrorism as he spoke about the shock killing of reporter Alison Parker and her cameraman Adam Ward.

The journalists were shot dead during a live broadcast on local breakfast TV in Virginia.

The gunman, Vester Lee Flanagan, a former employee of the TV station, and known as Bryce Williams professionally, posted a video of his crime on Facebook, before shooting himself dead.

Online safety - do your children know the dangers?

It's tricky. Everybody wants kids to feel safe.

– Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Research commissioned by the NSPCC and 02 has found 91 per cent of eight year olds use the internet at least once a week - yet many parents think that children should be at least 10 before they tackle the issue of online safety.

The new research reveals thousands of children are potentially missing out on vital online advice and support at a crucial time in their development, with parents focusing more on talking to them about stranger danger and bullying.

Musician Sophie Ellis-Bextor, who is expecting her fourth child, worries about her six-year-old wanting to follow in the footsteps of her 11-year-old and use the internet to upload videos and more. She joins us to talk about certain parental concerns when it comes to using the internet and how we can talk to our children about the dangers.

Today marks the launch of a brand new partnership between O2 and the NSPCC, designed to give parents the tools, support and information they need to help their children explore the internet safely. Parents can find out more at the 02 website.

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What's in your child's school bag?

If you have got a mobile phone, there's just so many lovely things you can do with a phone! And because children are really social and peers really matter, [a phone] is the device that really matters.

– Tom Bennett.

Children are carrying an increasing amount of technology with them to school, including smartphones, laptops and tablets. A new survey estimates a fifth of pupils will have gadgets worth more than £400 in their bags this autumn.

But are electronic gadgets an education aid or a distraction?

We put the question to government advisor Tom Bennett.

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