Streaming whilst driving is as bad as drink-driving!

A GMB investigation has uncovered a growing trend in people using their phones to live-stream whilst driving. Live-streaming involves using a social media app on your phone to broadcast what you're doing live - and it's currently within UK law to do so whilst behind the wheel.

Jimmy Burch - who regularly live-streams whilst driving - agreed to take part in our simulator experiment to uncover just how badly it is affecting his driving. The results were shocking.

Shaun Helman from the Transport Research Laboratory described Jimmy's driving as "the kind of driving style you expect from somebody quite heavily influenced by alcohol or falling asleep".

Watch Piers and Susanna reveal the results of our investigation live to Jimmy in the studio alongside Sergeant Neil Dewson-Smyth, who is campaigning to ban live-streaming whilst driving.

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Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. It has emerged that 3.2 million people may have paid the wrong tax after chaos at HMRC left callers waiting for up to an hour. A decision to cut jobs in HMRC meant that call waiting times for tripled to 47 minutes last October as paper tax returns were due, the National Audit Office said. Taxpayers forced to hang onto the phone while calling HM Revenue and Customs lost the equivalent of £97 million last year, the watchdog has found.

  2. It's legal, but a GMB investigation has found that live streaming whilst driving is as bad as being drunk behind the wheel and we can exclusively reveal that one of the country's leading police forces is calling for it to be banned completely.

  3. A US judge has determined there is enough evidence to send actor and comedian Bill Cosby to trial on a sexual assault charge. Mr Cosby is accused of drugging and molesting a former Temple University employee in his home outside of Philadelphia in 2004.

  4. Hundreds of steelworkers will stage a march today to highlight the crisis in their industry as a shortlist of bidders was being drawn up for the UK assets of Tata. The board of the Indian conglomerate will meet in Mumbai to discuss the prospects for a sale which would save thousands of jobs.

  5. And Richard Arnold is live from the Coronation Street cobbles all morning, trying to tease some Platt secrets out of Jack P Shepherd. You can watch a trailer for this evening's episode here.

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Harman: Kardashian nude selfies are 'pioneering'

At least they're not being controlled by men, they are controlling themselves and that is a very important message I think

– Harriet Harman

Harriet Harman came on today's show to talk about whether women should want to stay in the EU or not - but the conversation ended up taking quite a different feminist turn altogether.

Piers Morgan asked the former deputy leader of the Labour Party - who campaigned for the ban on Page 3 - what her views are on female celebrities such as Kim Kardashian who say they are liberated and empowered when they post nude pictures on their social media.

Chris Eubank Jr offers Blackwell his title belt

The truth is, I ended the guy's career. I stopped him from making a living.

– Chris Eubank Jr

Yesterday we spoke to former boxer Nick Blackwell, who told us of his "disappointment" over the behaviour of the Eubanks after he was left in a week-long induced coma after a fight with Chris Jr.

He accused his opponent of partying to celebrate his win as he laid in hospital and holding a press conference against his family's wishes.

Today the champion and his father Chris Eubank joined us to address the comments made by Nick, including the accusation that Chris Snr was only advising his son to stop landing blows to his head as a tactical measure rather than out of concern for Nick's wellbeing.

The reality of Lyme disease

The NHS is being criticised for its failure to diagnose and treat sufferers of debilitating Lyme disease. Today campaigners will lobby MPs for immediate changes to what they say is inadequate NHS testing and treatment for the condition.

Early detection is key but many sufferers report having to travel abroad to get a proper diagnosis. Three reports have been commissioned in recent months by the Department of Health - but it will be at least 18 months before they report their findings.

We're joined by Dr Hilary Jones to find out more as well as Phone 4 U founder John Caudwell, who says 11 members of his family has suffered with symptoms the disease for over a decade and believes the government should be doing more to find out more about it.

One in ten women abused by men they meet online

I thought this is it, this is the end

– Our anonymous case study who was physically assaulted by a man she met through a dating app

A Good Morning Britain investigation has revealed one in ten women have felt physically or verbally attacked after meeting someone online, with one in four receiving explicit messages within three minutes of chatting.

Ninety-eight percent of women told us they'd always organise a first date in public, to stay safe. But in a fifth of cases, they changed their mind and they met at someone's home instead. In a third of the cases the women said they'd gone back to a private home after a first date.

Any act of violence or abuse should be reported to your local police. If you have been the victim of a sexual assault and do not want to contact the police directly, it’s strongly recommended you contact the Rape Crisis helpline on 0808 802 9999 or find your nearest specialist support centre by going to www.rapecrisis.org.uk.

Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. DATING DANGERS: A Good Morning Britain investigation into online dating shows one in 10 women who've met someone online say they ended up being physically or verbally abused

  2. MUMS WANT OUT: A Netmums poll on the EU referendum has revealed a majority of women are planning to vote to leave, whilst 17 percent are still undecided as to how they will vote

  3. The NHS is being criticised for failing to diagnose and treat victims of debilitating Lyme disease. Today MPs are joining campaigners in a protest in London calling for changes to what they say is inadequate NHS testing and treatment for the condition.

  4. The AA is responding to calls from British tourists stranded in France as the country is hit by a fuel strike. The FCO has advised that there could be restrictions on filling up.

  5. A report out today reveals music and theatre tickets are still being sold unlawfully on some of the UK's biggest secondary ticketing sites. The consumer group Which? has published their research ahead of a Government review on Thursday looking at whether consumers are sufficiently protected by legislation last year amid claims that ticket resale websites are flouting the rules.

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Should the next Bond be female?

Over the past few months the James Bond rumour mill has suggested almost every British actor under the age of 50 is being considered to portray 007.

Very recently it became almost certain Tom Hiddleston would be stepping into Daniel Craig's shoes - until now! That's because actress Gillian Anderson has officially thrown her name into the ring, tweeting an image of herself dressed as 'Jane Bond'.

We want to know if you think a female should replace Craig as Bond? Or do you think the secret agent should only be played by a man? Is it time for a change? Please take our poll below before 8.30am on Tuesday 24 May 2016.