Model's open letter urges girls to avoid sexting

More and more young girls are falling victim to being pressured to do things and having their most intimate moments shared on the internet.

– Leomie Anderson

A Victoria's Secret model has written an open letter to her younger fans on peer pressure, sexting, and the right to say "no".

Leomie Anderson who is 23 and from London, said she was inspired to write the blog post after seeing recent stories about young girls being involved in sexting and sending nude photos to boys.

In the letter Leomie explained that despite growing up in an era with limited access to social media, as a teenager she remembers the "buzz" that would ensue whenever a girl was caught sending explicit pictures.

Hello... Is it Lionel you're looking for?

Lionel Richie's love affair with the UK continues as he hits our shores for a tour.

His 2016 arena dates follow a phenomenal year here for Lionel, which saw a sell-out tour with incredible live reviews, a number one album, a GQ Award and a truly sensational Glastonbury moment.

The four-time Grammy Award winner and legendary music icon caught up exclusively with Ross King.

Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. Jeremy Corbyn has denied Labour is in crisis after his long-time ally Ken Livingstone was suspended for comments made defending an MP accused of anti-Semitism. The row comes just days before key local elections which could be make or break for Corbyn's leadership.

  2. Millions of Brits are at risk of racking up huge bills when they go on holiday to Europe this summer, thanks to new mobile phone roaming charges. Costs have been capped but will still cost holidaymakers more than usual and experts are warning that confusion will cost customers money.

  3. A Victoria's Secret model has written an open letter to her younger fans urging them to stop sexting. Leomie Anderson - who joins GMB today - talked about her experiences as a woman and the difficulties girls face in the social media age.

  4. A scandal-hit specialist NHS trust is still not doing enough to protect patients in their care from risk of harm, a watchdog has found. Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt ordered a Care Quality Commission review following problems at Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust. Chairman Mike Petter resigned last night.

  5. Plans to extend right-to-buy are an "embarrassment" that will have a huge effect on thousands of social housing tenants and have long-term knock-on effects due to the loss of social housing, according to the Public Accounts Committee

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No shortage of cuddles for this endangered monkey

A rare baby Sulawesi crested macaque, a species that is critically endangered in the wild, is the latest arrival at Chester Zoo.

Keepers have released the first pictures of the new-born monkey, which is being looked after by its mum Lisa after being born on Sunday (17 April).

Sulawesi crested macaques are one of the worlds most endangered primates and its estimated that fewer than 5,000 are left on their native island of Sulawesi in Indonesia.

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Mum's sepsis bid to Hunt after family tragedy

Losing 44,000 people annually to something that can be treated reasonably easy if caught in time, is not acceptable.

– Melissa Mead

A mother whose 12-month-old son died of blood poisoning after a string of medical blunders has won her campaign for all parents to be warned.

Melissa Mead emerged from an emotional meeting with Jeremy Hunt with a promise for a major information campaign - the the Health Secretary even telling her he will check his own family is safe from the killer disease.

The grieving mum told us in January about how little William died in December 2014 after a series of mistakes by medics. The case put the NHS's 111 service under the spotlight.

Richard's Absolutely Fabulous movie role!

Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie is the new film everyone's talking about and our darling Richard Arnold has got a role in it (as well as every other celebrity in the country, it seems!).

Yes, Eddie and Patsy are back and it looks like they're in a spot of trouble after they might have killed a certain globally famous supermodel...

Richard, sweetie - we love your work!

Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. A group of Britain's top doctors say that smokers should be actively encouraged to use e-cigarettes because they're far less harmful than cigarettes. In a landmark 200 page report, the Royal College of Physicians says it can lay to rest all the arguments about why e-cigs might be dangerous such as normalising smoking or acting as a gateway to smoking.

  2. The South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Dr Alan Billings said he "had been left with no choice" other than to suspend "with immediate effect" chief constable David Crompton following the run-up to and delivery of the Hillsborough verdicts

  3. One in four people with allergies have suffered a reaction while eating out at a restaurant despite new laws around labelling, research by Allergy UK and the Food Standards Agency has found. Complaints from sufferers include staff not understanding how dangerous the allergy could be; staff not knowing what's on the menu or confusing eggs with dairy.

  4. Millions of British holidaymakers heading to the Mediterranean's most popular islands this summer face having to stump up for a new tourist tax - which they'll have to pay on top of the existing cost of their holidays. It could add almost £50 a week for a family of four.

  5. A mum whose young son died of sepsis after a catalogue of mistakes by doctors and an NHS 111 call handler has urged Jeremy Hunt to make sure parents know about the condition- which kills 20 times as many children as meningitis

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Good Morning Britain's Young Hero Award

Today we launch our Good Morning Britain, Young Hero Award, in conjunction with the charity WellChild.

We're joined today by last year's recipient Dylan Bleach who was surprised by Dr Hilary in his school last year - and went on to meet Prince Harry and Pharrell Williams, who gave him his hat!

Now we are looking to find that special inspirational young person who goes beyond what is expected of them for this year's award.

To nominate someone for the 2016 WellChild Awards, email by midday on Friday 6 May 2016.

It's important you read the full terms and conditions making your nomination!

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