Ten reasons to wake up to Good Morning Britain

The Good Morning Britain team works tirelessly 24 hours a day to make sure you wake up to the latest headlines. Yet no matter how bleak or serious the news can be, we often end up smiling - and we hope we make you smile too. Here's our top ten feel-good reasons why we think we're worth getting up for in the morning.

1. Team GMB will do anything in the name of journalism...

Brighton goes sugar free!

Jamie Oliver has called for Brighton and Hove to implement a sugar tax

Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver is inviting food outlets to charge customers an extra 10p for sugary drinks to tackle obesity in Brighton & Hove.

We want to know if you agree with a sugar tax? Would you support such a scheme in your local area? One in three children is overweight or obese by the time they leave primary school while nationally we are eating three times as much sugar as we should - do you think 10p is enough to make a difference? Or do you think parents should not be allowing their children to consume sugary drinks at all? How do you keep your children healthy with so many sugary treats on display? Perhaps you believe in moderate consumption? We'd love to hear your thoughts!

Get in touch via Facebook, Twitter or by emailing gmb@itv.com before 8am on Tuesday 6 October 2015. We may share your comments and pictures in the show. You must be 18 or over, for participation terms see itv.com/terms

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Make your plastic bag into a samosa

If you've got a sea of bags underneath your kitchen sink, you might like to try our head of sound Glen's samosa-style folding.

We can't wait to get home and try it!

Oh - and great filming there from Laura - but if you saw her on Friday you'd expect nothing less...

Living with schizophrenia

Over half a million people living with schizophrenia in the UK aren't getting access to the treatment and care they need, according to Rethink Mental Health

A new survey commissioned by the charity of over 1,000 people with the condition and their carers has revealed for the first time the shocking and widespread impact on recovery and wellbeing of long waiting times for basic recommended therapies.

As part of Schizophrenia Awareness Week, which this year runs 5-10 October, a new campaign video has been released to raise awareness of the fact that one in 100 people are affected and many are not getting the right support.

We talk to Jonny Benjamin, who tried to take his own life after a diagnosis of schizophrenia in 2008.

He was about to jump off Waterloo Bridge when a stranger talked him out of it - and after launching a campaign to find the man who saved his life they were reunited on ITV's Daybreak.

Watch Jonny and Neil's last appearance on Good Morning Britain

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Will Sally and Tim make it down the aisle?

Coronation Street's Sally Dyvenor, who plays Sally Webster, joins us live from Manchester to chat to us about Sally and Tim's wedding plans.

With the big day just around the corner she should be every inch the blushing bride but instead Sally is wracked with guilt over her kiss with ex-husband Kevin.

Sally is desperate to ensure her wedding goes ahead, but daughter Sophie is in the know and it's not long before neighbour Anna overhears the juicy gossip...

Will Tim be saying I don't instead of I do?

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