Shop workers in England are being told to prepare for confrontations with angry shoppers today, as supermarkets and some high street stores begin charging for plastic bags. The new rules are so complicated it's likely to cause confusion at the checkout.
In 2013, over 7.4 billion plastic bags were given out at supermarkets across the UK, equating to 133 plastic bags for every person.
Most of us have a carrier bag stash somewhere in the house, but will a 5p charge encourage you to reuse yours? Let us know via Facebook, Twitter or by emailing email@example.com by 8am on Monday 5 October, and if you've got a picture of your plastic bag stash, send it in! You must be 18 or over.
Bags of trouble? Chaos and confusion come to the checkout as the 5p plastic bag charge comes into force.
The man who would be Prime Minister - George Osborne makes his pitch to be the next Tory leader.
Too hungry to learn - the 2.6 million children who face school without breakfast
Is Klopp heading for the Kop? Liverpool on the hunt for a new manager after unceremoniously dumping Brendan Rodgers.
Almost one in three nurses are looking to quit their jobs because of "intolerable situations" at work. The Royal College of Nursing says nurses feel undervalued, with too many patients to care for.
Celebrating the finest hotels in the UK and Ireland, the Good Hotel Guide 2016: Great Britain and Ireland will be published on 5 October. Its survey of nearly 600 members of the public highlights the nations top hotel gripes and hair in the plughole, dirty shower curtains, noisy guests in neighbouring rooms. thin walls and saggy, uncomfortable beds top the list.
We'd like to know what your hotel gripes are for Monday's show - get in touch via Facebook, Twitter or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org by 8am on Monday 5 October and your comments may be used on the show. You must be 18 or over, for terms and conditions see itv.com/terms.
If pointless road signs drive you round the bend, there's could be good news on the way. Councils may soon have the power to get rid of the ones that don't actually do anything useful. If you have road signs near you like that - send us your photos.
Bailey is just eight years old and has cerebral palsy. His parents thought he'd never be able to walk, but amazingly he's completed a triathlon. Bailey picked up a Pride of Britain Child of Courage award this week, leaving few dry eyes in the house!
I am just as shocked as everybody at what happened today
Ian Mercer, the father of Chris Harper Mercer, who has been named as the shooter at Oregon's Umpqua Community College, has spoken to reporters outside his home in California.
A 20-year-old gunman has been killed by police after yet another school massacre in the United States.
The shootings have reignited the debate about gun control in the USA. There have been 142 school shootings since 2012, and this was the 45 shooting in a school or collage this year.
Nearly 10,000 people have been killed as a result of gun violence so far this year in the US.
Dan Roberts is a pro-gun lobbyist who joins us from Philadelphia to give his reaction.
It was the idea that won an award at the Pride of Britain Awards and is now being taken on by schools up and down the country.
Head teacher Elaine Wylie won Best Teacher for her scheme to get her schoolchildren to run a mile a day every day to combat child obesity.
Thorner Church of England Primary School in Leeds' PE teacher visited St Ninians, and they now include 15 minutes of running in their school day - so we sent Katy Rickitt to join in!