The new one pound coin becomes available from today - but are we equipped and ready for the change?
We put the new one pound coin to the test against the following:
The new one pound coin will be the most secure coin in the world - it's 12 sided so distinctive; it's made of two metals; it has a hologram image; micro lettering; milled edges; hidden security feature.
The old one pound coin will no longer be legal tender from 15th October 2017 - so time is slowly running out to spend your old coins.
Watch the full discussion above.
We should stay calm, we’ve got the best security force in the world
Move over Bear Grylls because tonight is all about Ant Middleton.
The former special forces hero joined us ahead of his final episode of Mutiny, where him and his crew attempt to complete their 3,600 mile shark-infested journey across the Pacific Ocean.
The SBS man who has fought against the Islamic State also shared his thoughts on the recent Westminster attack and urged the nation to "stay calm" and "united".
Watch the full interview above
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Are you going to Latitude Festival this summer?
The Latitude Festival has the biggest amount of comedy in one place for any festival - it leads the way in Comedy.
It is often the platform Comedians use when trying out a new show - before taking it on the road or to the Edinburgh Festival.
Today they named 100 comedy names for the comedy bill across the Comedy Tent, Cabaret, Literary and Poetry Tent. It's the most comedians you will see in any one place at any one time any-where.
Here are just some of the shows headline acts:
To find out more information about the event click here.
Painkillers, hay fever medicine and gluten-free food are among the items that will no longer be available on the NHS.
Health bosses are set to wield the axe to cut back on costs that are deemed to be unnecessary, such as things that can be bought relatively cheaply in supermarkets.
Banning the items would save the NHS a staggering £400 million per year.
Dr Hilary joined us in our discussion and supported the prescription ban. He told us "we have to use the money wisely" and "use the money for new drugs that can save lives."
The following items patients will pay for out of their own pockets:
Painkillers, hay fever medicine and gluten-free food are among the items that will no longer be available on the NHS in a major planned shake-up by NHS England. Health bosses are set to wield the axe to cut back on costs that are deemed to be unnecessary, such as things that can be bought relatively cheaply in supermarkets.
The UK will refuse to hand Brussels £50 billion to pay for its divorce from the European Union, David Davis has insisted. When Theresa May triggers Article 50 tomorrow, starting the two-year countdown to Brexit, the demands for cash will form one of the first stumbling blocks in the negotiations.
Security barriers are being placed around Windsor Castle ahead of the next Changing of the Guard. Police said the decision was made following a review of security after the terror attack at Westminster last week. The extra protection was installed overnight.
The new £1 coin becomes available from today. The current £1 coin is being replaced for the first time in over thirty years because of its vulnerability to sophisticated counterfeiters.
Furious father films a police officer confiscating 27 daffodils from his young daughters after they picked them on council land to give to their mum on Mother's Day. They were 'told off' by a police officer, who said he had committed a criminal offence and later confiscated the 'handful' of flowers.
New footage has emerged of the moment Khalid Masood was shot dead. Former boxer, Fraser Clark was at Westminster at the time of the attack and was filming events, until taking cover himself. The video shows the attacker walking towards police holding a knife before being shot down by a plain clothed armed police officer. Fraser praised the work of the calm police officer who stepped through the crowd, and rescued the situation.
Fraser also described the attack on PC Keith Palmer as savage and relentless. He said Khalid Masood was full of rage with clear intent to kill, and seemingly ready to give his own life.
See the footage and interview in above video.
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Should schools police your child's lunch box? A school has shamed a parent who sent their youngster to school with a cold McDonalds happy meal, and called on all parents to make lunch boxes healthier.
Parents were told they are bottom of the class for packing extreme and worrying grub for their tots - including one who was given chocolate cake, a chocolate bar and a chocolate sandwich!
This morning parenting journalist Sally Peck, and Dad blogger Al Ferguson joined us to discuss if schools should check lunch boxes or let parents make their own choices.
And of course Piers had very strong opinions on the matter ....
The working class have spoken, and I stand with them!
Godfather of punk, anarchist and former Sex Pistol John Lydon, AKA Johnny Rotten, was on the show this morning promoting his limited edition new book Mr Rotten's Songbook. Having built a career on his anti-establishment views, he didn't shy away from talking about todays political landscape.
Lydon came out in support of Brexit claiming the working class had spoken and that he would stand by them. He also claimed he could see a possible friendship in Trump, praising his ability to terrify politicians. Rotten himself inspired a generation of anarchists.
Watch the full interview in the video above.
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