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Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary during a press conference in which he blamed 'messed up' planning of pilots' holiday for flight cancellations

  • Ryanair faces a compensation bill of up to €20 million (£17.7 million) for the flight cancellations 'mess' which has left many passengers stranded, the airline's boss Michael O'Leary has said. The Dublin-based carrier is shelving up to 50 flights per day over the next six weeks due to a pilot shortage - a decision that is likely to affect hundreds of thousands of passengers. Have your travel plans been affected by the disruption? Get in touch at gmb@itv.com.

Showbuzz: Little Mix are back with a brand new single!

In Richard Arnold's Monday Showbuzz, Little Mix are back with their brand new single, Reggaeton Lento, starring Latin American boyband CNCO.

Plus, find out which one of Donald Trump's former employees stole the show at the Emmy Awards...

Watch the Richard Arnold's showbiz news above.

The brave and incredible viral toddler is upstaged by his big sister

She wants a piece of that fame action, I can tell

– Piers Morgan speaks on Camden's sister

This morning we were joined by the Whiddon family and their amazing three-year-old son Camden, who captured hearts across the globe when he was filmed climbing steps to a slide despite having no arms or legs.

The incredible viral video shows the inspirational toddler refusing help from his mother as he climbs up the ladder. The sheer delight is evident on Camden's face when he reaches the top and slides back down again.

But it was Camden's older sister Riley who tried her best to steal the limelight when the family joined us live from their Dallas home this morning - and in doing so created one of Good Morning Britain's most adorable moments...

Watch the full interview above.

Is enough being done to prevent radicalisation?

Is enough being done to stop people being radicalised by Islamist extremists?

We were joined in the studio by former Metropolitan Police Chief Superintendent Dal Babu and Colonel Richard Kemp, a former member of Cobra committee - who has called for stricter anti-terror laws, to discuss the issue of radicalisation and extremism following a London tube train bombing, early on Friday morning.

'A fireball went over my head': Witnesses describe tube train terror

I heard a high pressure bang, and a fireball went over my head

– Witness Peter Crowley recalls horror of Parsons Green Tube terror

As police continue their investigations into the Parsons Green tube terror, we were joined by two witnesses who watched the horror unfold.

Top five headlines you’re waking up to

  1. The UK terror threat has been downgraded from critical to severe after the arrest of two people over the weekend in connection with the Parsons Green Tube bomb. Home Secretary Amber Rudd said the police have made good progress in the investigation of the terror incident which left 30 people injured.

  2. Theresa May is flying to Canada to lay down the foundations for the post-Brexit trade deals. This comes after strong calls for the Prime Minister to sack Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson after he was branded a "backseat" driver by a cabinet colleague.

  3. Wayne Rooney is due to appear at Stockport Magistrates later on today for drink-driving charges, just a day after returning to Old Trafford since rejoining Everton. The former Manchester United player was stopped by police in the early hours of September 1 while driving a car allegedly owned by a 29-year-old female office worker.

  4. A fresh hurricane warning has been put in place in the Caribbean, just days after Hurricane Irma caused devastation on some of the islands. Tropical storm Maria threatens to batter some of the islands including Guadeloupe, Dominica, Martinique and St. Kitts.

  5. Many Ryanair customers have taken to social media to complain about the airline cancelling a high number of flights. Ryanair has announced it will cancel up to 50 flights daily for the next six weeks, after a backlog of annual leave taken by its staff saw punctuality fall below 80 percent over the past fortnight.