How young is too young to drink?

Is there a right age to start talking to your kids about alcohol?

As schools look to introduce lessons raising alcohol awareness, we want to know what age you think teenagers should be allowed to drink at home? Perhaps you believe it should be decided by parents on an individual basis? Or do you think there should be clearer nationwide guidance? We'd like to know what age you let your kids start drinking and how? Did it start with a few sips, a whole drink or a diluted beverage? Do you regret your decision? Perhaps you allowed them a sip knowing they'd hate it? Get in touch!

Get in touch via Facebook, Twitter or by emailing before 8am on Wednesday 2 September. You must be 18 or over, for full participation terms see

Psychologist Emma Kenny is a tough mum!

Psychologist Emma Kenny is putting her money where her mouth is and joining our tough mums challenge! Emma believes setting goals is a good way to motivate ourselves, which is why she is joining our 5k run over a mud-soaked obstacle course on September 23.

Find out how to become one of GMB's Tough Mums

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We're 100 days until Christmas time, parties. You can make a pledge to yourself today and say, 'I'm going to get in the driving seat. I'm not going to wait for life to happen'.

– Emma Kenny

Locked inside my own body

Rachael fell ill in the first term of her first year at Liverpool University with the very rare Guillain-Barre Syndrome. The condition, which effects the nerves system, is developed by only two in every 100,000 people every year.

However, poor Rachel was in hospital for 135 days at Queens Medical Centre in Nottingham, battling the disease. Her mum thought she was going to die.

Initially she didn't think it was serious and believed she'd be back on her feet within a week but as the paralysis set in and she had a seizure, her morale plummeted and she wondered if she'd ever recover.

She spoke to GMB about her recovery and how her ordeal had shaped her plans for the future.

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Top 5 headlines you're waking up to

  1. Migrants break through security and, reportedly, climb on top of passenger Eurostar trains for first time causing severe disruption.

  2. The Prime Minister will announce the first wave of free schools for this parliament - and pledge to deliver two waves of new schools every year until 2020.

  3. Is poor vision making you a dangerous driver? Figures from the road safety charity, Brake, show an estimated 3,000 accidents happen every year on British roads as a result of poor vision.

  4. Will alcohol lessons cut underage drinking? Charities believe they could cut the number of children drinking under the age of 18 by giving children six alcohol lessons over the course of two years.

  5. Living in fear - Research reveals thousands of private renters are suffering abuse at the hands of rogue landlords. More than 125,000 have experienced harassment, threats or assault from their landlord in the last year alone, according to charity Shelter.

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Back to school photos!

Back to school season is finally upon us!

We'd love to share photos of your little ones preparing to go back to school during the show this week. Whether it's last-minute homework or packing schoolbags, we'd love to see how your kids are preparing to return to school this September... Oversized school uniforms, gap-toothed smiles and fresh haircuts are all welcome!

Get in touch via Facebook, Twitter or by emailing before 8am on Friday 4 September 2015. We may share your comments and photos in the show. You must be 18 or over, for full participation terms see