Are we unprepared for higher interest rates?

Around two million UK borrowers who took out risky loans before the financial downturn, or who still have high loan-to-value mortgages, may be unprepared for the burden of higher interest rates, an organisation has said.

Resolution Foundation is to reportedly call on the Financial Conduct Authority to force lenders to make 'immediate contact' with those at risk, while stating that many banks themselves want regulators to issue such warnings.

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Top five tips on staying safe in the sea

The RNLI has revealed that 167 people lost their lives at the UK coast last year - the highest number in four years. The charity is launching a major drowning awareness campaign, Respect the Water, with the help of England rugby union star James Haskell.

More people die at the coast each year than are killed in cycling accidents; adult men account for over two-thirds of coastal deaths; and alcohol is a contributing factor in around one-fifth of coastal fatalities. The charity wants to halve the number of accidental coastal deaths by 2024.

Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. Vigils have been held across the Netherlands in memory of those killed on Malaysia flight MH17, as some of the victims were returned home

  2. As an inquest shows Peaches Geldof died of a heroin overdose, we speak to showbiz editor Katie Hind, who knew Peaches and saw her the week before she died

  3. The Commonwealth Games have kicked off with a spectacular opening ceremony at Glasgow's Celtic Park

  4. Good Morning Britain speaks to a woman whose dad took an overdose of painkillers to end his own life after payday lenders sent thousands of texts demanding cash

  5. A typhoon is suspected of causing a TransAsia Airways passenger plane to crash in Taiwan's Penghu County, killing 48 people

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Susanna Reid's first World War past

There were more than 16 million deaths in WWI and dying with many of the wounded were their stories, leading to many forgotten lives.

Over the next week we go on a journey of discovery with our presenters as they piece together the jigsaw puzzle of their families WWI pasts. Who will discover their Great Uncle was decorated and whose Great Uncle went down with the ship? Today we take a look at Susanna Reid's past...

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Find out more information about your WW1 family tree with the National Archives website

Find out more about what life was like during WW1 with the Imperial War Museum in London

Commonwealth Games kick off in Glasgow

Fireworks light the sky around Glasgow to mark the 2014 Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony

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The Commonwealth Games have kicked off with a spectacular opening ceremony at Glasgow's Celtic Park.

Scottie dogs, kilts and native Glaswegian John Barrowman all took centre stage for the show which officially kicks off the 20th Commonwealth Games.

A gay kiss between openly gay entertainer John Barrowman and a kilted "bride" at a fake Gretna Green was praised extensively on twitter .