Is the end near for the name Nigel?

Despite his political triumph with Brexit, it seems Nigel Farage didn't see a surge in support from parents choosing to name their babies after him - with not one Nigel born in 2016!

The list of the most popular baby names in England and Wales has shown that while political names weren't particularly popular, royal and celebrity names did influence the top 10.

Oliver remained the most popular boys' name for a fourth year in a row. Harry and George are also in the top 10. For girls, Olivia replaced Amelia in the top spot, with Harper seeing the biggest growth in popularity, driven by Victoria Beckham's daughter.

What have you chosen to call your children and why? Join the conversation on Twitter.

Are you petrified of spiders? We're here to help!

September is peak spider season with between 30 and 100 spiders living in your home at the moment! Yet half of women and a third of men are afraid of spiders. This week we have been helping celebrities and viewers overcome their phobia down at Chessington World of Adventures.

See how Love Island's Amber Davies and dozens of GMB viewers got on when they tackled their spider phobia ...

Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. Thousands of volunteers and rescue teams are working to find survivors following the worst earthquake to hit Mexico in decades. At least 230 people, including 21 schoolchildren, have been killed and thousands have been left homeless following the 7.1 magnitude quake that struck on Tuesday.

  2. Prime Minister Theresa May will chair a crucial Cabinet meeting this morning to unify senior ministers ahead of a major key speech she hopes will break the deadlock in Brexit negotiations with Brussels.

  3. A 17-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with the Parsons Green terrorist attack. He's the sixth person to be held over last week's incident at Parsons Green tube station in South West London. A homemade bomb partially exploded on a District Line train, injuring around 30 people.

  4. Ryanair bosses and shareholders will come head-to-head on Thursday as the airline holds its AGM in the midst of warnings of a multi-million compensation bill for cancelled flights. The meeting takes place at the company's Dublin headquarters after it revealed it was shelving up to 50 flights everyday over the next six weeks. The airline said the cancellations were brought about by an administrative error and over-allocation of pilots' holidays during a relatively busy period.

  5. Hurricane Maria is heading towards the Dominican Republic amid warnings it could re-intensify after lashing Puerto Rico. The strongest hurricane to hit Puerto Rico in over 80 years destroyed hundreds of homes, knocked out power across the entire island and triggered heavy flooding on Wednesday.

Top five headlines you're going home to

England Women’s manager Mark Sampson has been sacked following evidence of 'inappropriate' conduct. His dismissal comes just hours after the Lionesses beat Russia 6-0 in a World Cup qualifier on Tuesday night. A statement made by the FA said: “It is our judgement that it revealed clear evidence of inappropriate and unacceptable behaviour by a coach. It is on this basis that we have acted quickly to agree a termination of Mark's contract.”

• Hurricane Maria has crashed into Puerto Rico with winds of up to 155mph after leaving nine people dead in the Caribbean. According to forecasters, the Category four hurricane is expected to last in Puerto Rico for up to 24 hours.

• On the show this morning Pamela Anderson joined us to speak about her intriguing relationship with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and also alluded to having another lover on the side. Watch the fascinating interview here.

• In today’s Showbuzz Richard Arnold gave us some exciting gossip from Chris and Kem’s new show, Straight Outta Love Island. Get the latest entertainment news here.

• Where does your name rank in a list of baby names? Here’s the list of the most popular baby names - did you make the top five?

Alastair Campbell: Boris is a joke!

Boris Johnson used the referendum to bring down one Prime Minister, David Cameron ... and now he's trying to do the same again

– Alastair Campbell - former Labour party spin doctor

Staunch Labour supporter and former Spin Doctor Alastair Campbell was on the show this morning to promote his latest diary which is being published this week.

Top five headlines you’re waking up to

  1. A powerful earthquake has hit central Mexico on Tuesday lunchtime (local time) killing at least 139 people. It is the worst earthquake to hit the country since 1985 - and took place on the anniversary of that quake which killed thousands. It also comes less than 2 weeks after another earthquake killed 90 in the south of the country.

  2. The Caribbean and the British Virgin Islands are bracing themselves for more misery as hurricane Maria strengthens again to a category 5 with winds of up to 160mph. St Croix and Puerto Rico are likely to be worst hit, with storm surges and hurricane force winds putting the already storm battered British Virgin Islands at risk. Benito Wheatley, the British Virgin Islands UK and EU representative, said: 'We are preparing for the worst- that is what we have to do.' Hurricane Maria devastated the Caribbean island of Dominica on Monday, with the nation's prime minister saying his country has lost all that 'money can buy and replace.'

  3. A third man has been arrested in connection with the terror attack on a tube train at Parsons Green. The 25-year-old man was arrested in Newport, Wales.

  4. Internet companies are being given one month to show they are taking serious action to limit the availability of terrorist propaganda online. At a special meeting in New York on Wednesday, world leaders including Theresa May will challenge the companies to develop technological fixes to take down terrorist material within one to two hours.

  5. Theresa May and Boris Johnson will meet face to face today as the Prime Minister joins her Foreign Secretary at the United Nations. This comes after a their public argument over Brexit.

Top five headlines you're going home to

Donald Trump

  • US President Donald Trump has threatened to "totally destroy" North Korea if it does not abandon its drive toward nuclear weapons. In his debut speech to the UN general assembly, Mr Trump said, "it is far past time for the nations of the world to confront" Kim Jong Un, adding that Mr Kim's "reckless pursuit of nuclear weapons" poses a threat to "the entire world with an unthinkable loss of human life". He added ''Rocket man is on a suicide mission for himself and his regime.''
  • Theresa May is expecting Boris Johnson to remain in her Cabinet as Foreign Secretary, Downing Street has said. The comment came after Mr Johnson dismissed reports that he might be on the verge of quitting and denied the Cabinet is split over Brexit, insisting, "We are a nest of singing birds.''
  • Meanwhile, the Prime Minister has called for a "revitalised" Commonwealth, as she prepared to meet leaders of many of the 52 member states in New York. The UK is to host the largest meeting of heads of Commonwealth governments Britain has ever seen in April next year, taking place in landmark venues including Buckingham Palace, St James's Palace and Windsor Castle.
  • Frustrated travellers resorted to playing football, frisbee and touch rugby on the M1 after police closed the motorway for more than six hours because of a ''suspicious object''. Thousands sat in gridlock from around 8am, when police closed the three-lane motorway between junctions 14 and 15 at Milton Keynes.
  • Would you prefer money or sleep? A study has found that a healthy amount of sleep every night has a far higher impact on well-being than a 50% increase in disposable income.

Ryanair flights row: 'We need to be sure this isn't going to happen again'

Ryanair needs to do everything in its power to minimise disruption to passengers

– Chair of the Transport Select Committee Lilian Greenwood MP

Hundreds of thousands of peoples' travel plans have been thrown into chaos after Ryanair cancelled many flights due to a pilot shortage.