Dempsey and Makepeace star Michael Brandon joined us on this morning's GMB to talk about his role as an insensitive TV boss in the final series of Episodes, which starts next week.
Russia says it will clarify its position on the poisoning of Sergei Skripal in Salisbury. Russia's Foreign Ministry has summoned foreign ambassadors from 144 countries to a meeting with experts at the Kremlin.
It is expected that whilst there they will be told by Russian weapons experts that there is no evidence the country was involved in the poisoning.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has been told he must attend a parliamentary committee to give evidence about the use of personal data from the social networking site by Cambridge Analytica.
The committee chair, Damian Collins, wrote in a letter to Zuckerberg that social media platform had been repeatedly asked about how other companies used and held data from its site, and whether it had been taken without users’ consent.
One million NHS workers are expected to get a pay rise. The government and unions are set to agree on a deal later today, bringing to end a freeze on pay rises for NHS staff.
The deal, which will be worth 6.5% across three years, will see millions of workers receive a boost in their pay packet. The lowest paid staff will get £1000 in their pay packets.
Outspoken politician George Galloway has told Good Morning Britain that he believes Russia is behind the poisoning of former double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter. The former Labour MP says it is "unlikely" Russia is behind the incident.
"I have no idea who did the poisoning, but Russia must be near the bottom of the list," he told hosts Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid.
He said that Iran had previously produced the chemical, he added that it had been used in Uzbekistan, before pointing the finger at British biological warfare base Porton Down which is a few miles from Salisbury.
It looks on track to be our biggest GMB Twitter poll of all time! A simple but highly emotive question... Do you want Piers Morgan to calm down?
Posted this morning following a request from a GMB viewer, the poll attracted almost 50,000 votes with over 60% of the vote going to 'NO' by the end of the show.
The poll is open until 7.15am tomorrow, so there's still plenty of time to have your say...
Ant McPartlin is stepping down from his current television roles for the "foreseeable future" and will head back to rehab, following his arrest on suspicion of drink driving on Sunday.
A statement from McPartlin's publicist confirmed that this week's Saturday Night Takeaway will no longer run.
The 42-year-old is said to have been involved in a collision with two other cars while he was driving his Mini in Richmond, West London, on Sunday afternoon.