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Top five headlines you’re waking up to

  1. Labour is calling on Theresa May to provide a £500 million fund to boost the NHS for the winter. Shadow Health secretary John Ashworth said the Prime Minister shouldn't stick her "head in the sand" as Labour's analysis of official figures revealed waiting lists will grow if the NHS is as busy as last winter.

  2. Prince Harry and his girlfriend Meghan Markle were pictured together for the first time at the Invictus Games. The adorable couple were seen holding hands as they made their first public appearance together at the wheelchair tennis event.

  3. Oxford University medical student Lavinia Woodward avoided prison after stabbing her boyfriend in the leg in a drunken row. The judge hinted that she may escape prison time so she can fulfil her aspirations of being a surgeon. Was the judge right to spare her? We'll be discussing this more in today's show.

  4. North Korea has threatened to shoot down US bombers in response to Donald Trump's "declaration of war". Pyongyang's foreign minister said they interpreted President Trump's aggressive comments as a threat against their country. However, the White House Press Secretary responded by declaring: "We have not declared war on North Korea."

  5. Should tackling be banned in school games due to the risk of serious injury? Health experts have called for the UK Government to remove "harmful contact" from the game. We'll be discussing this topic in more detail during today's show.

Top headlines you're going home to

  1. A 24-year-old Oxford medical student has escaped jail after stabbing her boyfriend in the leg with a bread knife in a drink and drug-fuelled rage. Lavinia Woodward's case gained considerable attention after a judge hinted she shouldn't go to prison because of her promising future as a surgeon. Today she was handed a 10-month jail term at Oxford Crown Court, suspended for 18 months.

  2. President Trump has been accused of declaring war by North Korea's foreign minister, who has told New York reporters that his country reserves the right to shoot down US bombers. This comes in response to Trump's recent UN speech in which he threatened to "totally destroy" North Korea before symbolically ramping up US travel restrictions on visitors from the nation.

  3. Lawyers for the brother of the alleged kidnapper of British model Chloe Ayling say the entire case could be a 'sham', invented as a 'publicity stunt'. Chloe, 20, was allegedly snatched by a group calling itself Black Death after being lured to a fake modelling shoot in Milan in July. Lukasz Herba, 30, is in custody in Italy, having been arrested after delivering Ms Ayling to the British Embassy on July 17 - six days after she was allegedly kidnapped. He has said he did not knowingly take part in any crime.

  4. Sadiq Khan has asked London's transport regulator to meet with Uber after the boss of the taxi-hailing app apologised for shortcomings that led to the firm losing its license to operate in the capital. The Mayor said: "I welcome the apology from Dara Khosrowshahi, the Uber CEO. Obviously I am pleased that he has acknowledged the issues that Uber faces in London. Even though there is a legal process in place, I have asked TfL to make themselves available to meet with him."

  5. Former congressman Anthony Weiner has been jailed for 21 months for sending a 15-year-old girl a string of sexually lewd text messages. The 53 year old is the estranged husband of Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin.

'I had to sit and watch my 77-year-old father have a back rub!'

Jack Whitehall popped into the studio with his dad Michael to discuss their new documentary series Jack Whitehall: Travels With My Father.

The series follows the 29-year-old comedian travelling around South East Asia with his talent agent father, who has worked with Dame Judi Dench and Colin Firth.

The pair ended up travelling through Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia on a popular gap year route after Jack suggested the idea to a producer in casual conversation. "They sort of ran with it and then it creeps up on you, then you’re in Far East with your dad," he told GMB.

Is Eddie getting ready to pick a pocket or two?

Monday's entertainment digest tells us which Little Mixer has had to pull out of a show due to gastric problems, which One Directioner has been hanging out with Shania Twain and which A-list couple's offspring is house-hunting in Croyden!

Plus, could we be seeing Eddie Redmayne playing crooked pickpocket Fagin in Oliver! soon? Get all the latest from Richard Arnold above...

John Prescott gets personal...

It's never a dull moment when John Prescott is a guest on Good Morning Britain and this morning was no exception, when the former deputy Labour leader joined Piers and Susanna live from the party's conference in Brighton.

With a special appearance from a copy of the Labour manifesto, Lord Prescott made his feelings quite clear on illegal strikes and Brexit.

It's the interview the internet's been talking about all morning... find out why, above!

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Should rape suspects remain anonymous?

I don’t believe that people accused of an offence that rips the soul out of its victims should have that additional cloak of anonymity

– Gabrielle Browne

Victims of sexual assault are normally granted anonymity, but there are now claims for men who are accused of rape to remain anonymous.

To discuss this debate we were joined by Gabrielle Browne, who doesn’t believe those accused of sexual assault should be given any protection, saying it enables the perpetrators "to hide behind a cloak of anonymity.”

Gabrielle then went on to say: “If we’ve got a process of open and fair justice - justice has to be seen to be done.”