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  1. There are strong calls to ban unpaid internships for more than four weeks, according to a poll run by the Social Mobility Commission. According to the results, 75 percent of people support a change in the law. Former Labour cabinet Alan Milburn: "Unpaid internships are a modern scandal which must end. Internships are the new rung on the career ladder.”

  2. The French President’s pet dog Nemo caused a stir when he casually urinated in the presidential office during Emmanuel Macron's meeting with his junior ministers. The president adopted the dog in August and he seems to have made himself very much at home at the Palace in Paris.. Watch the funny encounter here.

  3. The British man who was jailed for touching a man's hip in Dubai has now been freed, according to his representatives. Jamie Harron was sentenced to three months in prison over an incident in which he said he put his hand on a man's hip to avoid spilling a drink in a crowded bar.

  4. The mayor of London Sadiq Khan told Good Morning Britain he is determined to tackle the issue of air pollution. In the capital the bad air contributes to the premature deaths of thousands of people every year. The London mayor said: “We’re starting from today the toughest vehicle emissions surcharge in the world. Today’s politicians in parliament need to be brave aswell and pass the clean air act.”

  5. Everton has sacked their manager Ronald Koeman after their 5-2 home defeat to Arsenal on Sunday. This recent defeat has left the club 18th in the Premier League table.

Your chance to attend the Pride of Britain awards!

Fancy spending a night mingling with the stars? Good Morning Britain is giving you and a friend the chance to attend the glitzy Daily Mirror Pride of Britain awards in London as a VIP!

You'll get a champagne reception, three course meal and a stay at The Devonshire Club hotel as well as going to the awards at Grosvenor House.

You and your guest must be 18 or over and available on the evening of Monday 30th October. The closing date for online entries is midday at Wednesday 25th October.

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Sleep Week: Feeling fatigued in your 40s?

Feeling fatigued in your 40s? Our Nutritional Therapist Amelia Freer has some top tips to help you drift off...

Watch the video above.

Sleep Week: Sleepy teenagers

Do you know any teenagers struggling to get some shut-eye?

Some pupils from the Sirius Academy got some top tips from our expert Professor Heather Elphick, who is a Consultant in Sleep Medicine at Sheffield Children's Hospital.

Watch the video above to get some advice.

Samantha Markle on her sister Meghan

Meghan and Prince Harry can bring so much to their role

– Samantha Markle

Meghan Markle's half-sister Samantha Markle spoke exclusively to today’s Good Morning Britain, dismissing rumours of a rift as she discussed a potential royal wedding.

Samantha, Meghan’s half-sister from her father's first marriage, addressed reports that she had described Meghan as 'self-obsessed' and was planning to write a tell-all book called The Diary of Princess Pushy’s Sister.

Speaking from Florida she confirmed the book and its title but insisted that it won't be a 'slamming tell-all' but "more of a beautiful, warm, witty story of our lives and my life".

Sir David Attenborough: 'I believe you should let the pictures tell the story'

You don't want to talk too much

– Sir David Attenborough

Sir David Attenborough spoke to Richard Arnold about the return of Blue Planet and humbly downplayed the role he has in making the phenomenal nature series.

"I'm embarrassed speaking about it because my contribution is limited to the words. I write the commentaries and I speak the commentaries," he said.

Jamie Oliver speaks out against school bake sales

I think what he's trying to do is simplify the message to people that actually we have a crisis and no one's taking it seriously

– June O'Sullivan

Jamie Oliver has spoken out against school bake sales, saying he thinks they send out the wrong message about healthy eating.

The celebrity chef has often been a pioneer of healthy diets for the nation's youth - but has he taken it too far this time?

June O'Sullivan from the London Early Years Foundation says although the thought of banning bake sales might seem extreme, the issue Jamie is trying to address is a very serious one.

Is this the most excruciating awards ceremony moment yet? 😱

We've seen many stars left red-faced on stage, from Madonna's fall at the Brits to Janet Jackson's wardrobe malfunction at the Superbowl... and now Britain's own Gemma Collins has joined their ranks.

The TOWIE star was announcing Love Island as a winner at last night's BBC Teen Awards, when she took a rather nasty-looking tumble through a hole in the stage where stars of the ITV reality show were emerging.

Luckily Gemma was fine after the incident and was even able to joke about it on Twitter... and our guest presenter Richard Madeley found it the perfect opportunity to remind us of his wife Judy's own awkward awards moment!

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