New footage has emerged of the moment Khalid Masood was shot dead. Former boxer, Fraser Clark was at Westminster at the time of the attack and was filming events, until taking cover himself. The video shows the attacker walking towards police holding a knife before being shot down by a plain clothed armed police officer. Fraser praised the work of the calm police officer who stepped through the crowd, and rescued the situation.
Fraser also described the attack on PC Keith Palmer as savage and relentless. He said Khalid Masood was full of rage with clear intent to kill, and seemingly ready to give his own life.
See the footage and interview in above video.
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Should schools police your child's lunch box? A school has shamed a parent who sent their youngster to school with a cold McDonalds happy meal, and called on all parents to make lunch boxes healthier.
Parents were told they are bottom of the class for packing extreme and worrying grub for their tots - including one who was given chocolate cake, a chocolate bar and a chocolate sandwich!
This morning parenting journalist Sally Peck, and Dad blogger Al Ferguson joined us to discuss if schools should check lunch boxes or let parents make their own choices.
And of course Piers had very strong opinions on the matter ....
The working class have spoken, and I stand with them!
Godfather of punk, anarchist and former Sex Pistol John Lydon, AKA Johnny Rotten, was on the show this morning promoting his limited edition new book Mr Rotten's Songbook. Having built a career on his anti-establishment views, he didn't shy away from talking about todays political landscape.
Lydon came out in support of Brexit claiming the working class had spoken and that he would stand by them. He also claimed he could see a possible friendship in Trump, praising his ability to terrify politicians. Rotten himself inspired a generation of anarchists.
Watch the full interview in the video above.
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Monday 27th March: Susanna is wearing a Principles at Debenhams pink lace dress, with pink shoes from Next
I am genuinely worried that we have committed – and you have helped bring about – an act of economic and political suicide and that we are going to go into rapid decline
As Prime Minister Theresa May prepares to trigger Article 50 on Wednesday we were joined by Nigel Farage and Alastair Campbell this morning. With their conflicting opinions and strong viewpoints a heated debate quickly ensued with Piers and Susanna attempting to referee the pair.
Two men remain in custody this morning over the Westminster attack as encrypted messaging services such as WhatsApp faced criticism for potentially allowing terrorists to communicate undetected. A new arrest was made as part of the Westminster attack yesterday. A 30-year-old man was arrested at an address in Birmingham on suspicion of preparation of terrorist acts making him the 12th person to be held over the deadly plot.
Rescue efforts are underway in a Japanese ski resort, after an avalanche happened overnight. Many are feared to be dead, including schoolchildren. It is thought that there were more than 50 people in the area at the time.
Dozens have been injured after a suspected gas blast in Wirral. Two people have been seriously injured and 32 others are in hospital after several buildings collapsed in the suspected gas explosion. Emergency services were called to the 'major incident' in Bebington, Wirral, on Saturday night. North West Ambulance Service said two people were in a serious condition in hospital, while 32 others were being treated for minor injuries.
A showdown is expected between the Prime Minister Theresa May and First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. The pair will meet in Scotland today. It comes a day before a crucial vote in Scotland on a second independence referendum, and two days before the government hits the button to trigger Article 50.
Talks on forming a new Northern Ireland government have broken down. It looks as though no agreement between the 5 main parties will be reached before today's 4pm deadline. It will now come down to the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, James Brokenshire, to make a decision as to what will happen next.
Texas student Amber VanHecke, 24, survived in the Grand Canyon for five days after her car ran out of gas - surviving on emergency food and water. Fearing the worst, she started filming videos for her friends and family.
Eventually she made the bold decision to abandon shelter and walk 11 miles for phone signal. She left notes at the car explaining that she was walking east for help in case anyone came across it and wanted to find her.
She was eventually rescued by an air ambulance pilot as she walked back to her car where she had left notes for anyone that might come across it.
Amber joined us live from Dallas this morning. Still visibly shaken from the experience, she bravely told Kate and Ben her story, below.
They have a gorgeous wedding but in true soap fashion it all goes a little bit wrong ... Ryan comes home and finds Amy dead
Hearts were melting as Hollyoaks hottie, Duncan James, joined us in the studio this morning. Duncan found fame in boyband Blue but recently made a move to acting, starring as Ryan in British soap Hollyoaks - a role he claims saved his life!
Duncan's character, Ryan Knight, is engaged to Amy Barnes. They previously split up because he slept with Mercedes McQueen, but he is now set to marry her in a special preview episode shown on E4 tonight. However Duncan has revealed that living happily ever after sadly will not be the case....