Top five headlines you're going home to

  1. The UK will leave the EU without a Brexit agreement if MPs vote down proposed legislation which seeks to implement a deal, David Davis has said. The Brexit Secretary said Parliament will be given a formal vote on the final Brexit deal before the UK leaves the EU in March 2019.

  2. The former boyfriend of The Only Way is Essex star Ferne McCann has been found guilty of carrying out an acid attack in a London nightclub. Arthur Collins, 25, was convicted of five counts of grievous bodily harm with intent, and nine counts of actual bodily harm against 14 people.

  3. Boris Johnson has apologised to jailed British woman Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe and her family for comments he made about her arrest. Following her husband Richard Ratcliffe's appearance on Good Morning Britain today, the Foreign Secretary said he would meet him to discuss the possibility of her being granted diplomatic protection as part of Government efforts to secure her return from Iran.

  4. Former Assembly Member Carl Sargeant was found hanged at his home by his wife, a coroner's court has heard. The 49-year-old was found dead last Tuesday, four days after being removed from his role as Cabinet Secretary for Communities and Children amid allegations of personal misconduct.

  5. A woman has accused former US President George HW Bush of groping her buttocks as she posed for a photo with him and her mother when she was 16. Rosyln Corrigan is the sixth woman to accuse Bush of inappropriately touching her in similar circumstances.

Should plus size clothing cost more?

Should those who buy bigger sized items of clothing pay more? Whether you think it's fair or not, Good Morning Britain has found many high street stores are making larger people pay more for the same items of clothing.

On GMB to debate the issue this morning was reality television star Josie Gibson, who used to be 'pushing' a size 24 - and she thinks larger people have enough to deal with without being made to pay more. She said: "When you go into a shop and you are larger, it's not a nice experience anyway, let along going to the till and being charged double the amount for your clothes."

Church of England schools are told to let pupils experiment with gender

Children in nearly 5000 Church of England (C of E) nurseries and primary schools across the country are being encouraged to let their children explore and express their gender identity.

The new guidelines from the C of E said children should be free to wear princess tiaras, heels, fireman’s helmets and superhero cloaks without being bullied or criticised.

To discuss one of Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid's favourite topics, we were joined by Andrea Williams, who says this new approach is dangerous for children - and Rae Duke who thinks these new guidelines are a step in the right direction.

Watch the debate in full above.

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Richard Ratcliffe: Boris Johnson didn’t apologise for ‘training journalists’ comment

Richard Ratcliffe, husband of jailed British-Iranian woman Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, has told Good Morning Britain that Boris Johnson didn’t apologise for saying she was training journalists in Iran.

Charity worker Nazanin maintains she was on holiday in Iran. UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson appeared to contradict this account when he claimed she was training journalists there.

Richard has now spoken to Boris, but said he didn’t apologise.

Top five headlines you’re waking up to

  1. Church of England (C of E) schools have been told to let children experiment with gender identity without being bullied or criticised. The new C of E schools guidance says: “Pupils need to be able to play with the many cloaks of identity (sometimes quite literally with the dressing up box)". The new guidance goes on to say: “For example, a child may choose the tutu, princess's tiara and heels and/or the fireman's helmet, tool belt and superhero cloak without expectation or comment.”

  2. The British-Iranian woman who is being held in prison in Iran is being monitored for cancer after finding lumps on her breasts and is "on the verge of a nervous breakdown", according to her husband. This comes after Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was suddenly hit with new charges, when the Iranian state TV claimed Boris Johnson’s comments about her confirmed her guilt.

  3. At least 61 people have been killed after a strong earthquake hit the Iran-Iraq border area. An Iranian official confirmed the known toll on their side of the border - though there are fears it may rise as more information filters out from affected areas.

  4. An insult about Donald Trump’s age was enough to prompt another Twitter outburst from the US president. In response to being called “old” by Kim Jong-un, Trump wrote on Twitter: “Why would Kim Jong-un insult me by calling me "old," when I would NEVER call him "short and fat?".

  5. Northern Ireland’s World Cup dreams are over, after they failed to beat Switzerland in the second leg of their World Cup qualifier game. The green and white army had to overturn a 1 0 deficit they suffered in the opening leg, but failed to break the deadlock in the city of Basel and drew the match 0 0.

Top five headlines you're going home to

  1. Three people have been injured, two of them seriously, after a car "deliberately" rammed into three students, according to French media. The incident is said to have happened near to the city of Toulouse in southern France. More to follow on ITV News

  2. Brexit negotiations have made "progress" - but urgent work is needed on issues including the Irish border, citizens' rights and the country's divorce bill from the EU, officials say. The EU's chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, indicated that getting more detail from the UK on its position on these three key issues within the next two weeks was his "top priority".

  3. Taxi firm Uber has lost an appeal against a ruling on the employment rights of drivers. Two drivers, James Farrar and Yaseen Aslam, won an employment tribunal case last year after arguing that they were "workers" and entitled to the minimum wage, sick pay and paid leave.

  4. A mental health patient who murdered a refugee and cut off his penis hours after being released from a psychiatric hospital has been jailed for at least 23 years. Jeffrey Barry, 56, stabbed his neighbour, Kamil Ahmad, 49, to death at his flat in Wells Road in Bristol at about 2am on July 7 last year.

  5. Arrested Development actress Portia de Rossi has accused Hollywood actor Steven Seagal of exposing himself to her in an audition. De Rossi, 44, recounted an incident on Twitter amid several claims of inappropriate behaviour and harassment against the 65-year-old former action star.

‘I’ve had no apology’ - Richard Ratcliffe reveals he’s still heard nothing from Boris Johnson

Richard Ratcliffe, the husband of Nazanin Zeghari-Ratcliffe, joined us on Good Morning Britain with Theresa May’s former advisor Joey Jones, to give us the latest on his wife’s imprisonment in Iran after Boris Johnson’s incorrect remark last week.

98-year-old WWII hero on the 'stupidity' of wars

Ahead of Remembrance Sunday this weekend, we spoke to war veterans 98-year-old Victor Gregg and Aron Folder about their experiences and thoughts about conflicts.

Victor is one of the few remaining people alive who actively fought throughout World War II. He joined the army on his 18th birthday in 1937 and fought from start to finish before being taken prisoner in Arnhem, the Netherlands.

Having witnessed direct combat in key battles and the bombing of civilians, Victor told us "how stupid these wars all are."

We also spoke to Aron Folder who joined the army in 2001, serving in Northern Ireland and Afghanistan before returning home in 2007 after losing his leg in a roadside bomb incident.

Aron talked about the help he's received from The Royal British Legion including financial support. He has since returned to work and volunteers as a poppy seller for the charity.

Watch the full interview above.