You're brainwashed into thinking that's what you should be eating
Teenagers are facing problems with overly accessible junk food that's much cheaper than healthier food. 25% of teenagers are buying junk food and a third of teenagers say there is a takeaway within 2 minutes of their school.
16 year-old Thomas joins us after having lost three stone by cutting out the junk food and talked to us about the way junk food is so easy to buy.
Concerned parents worry that with chips shops opening at 8am, this can't be good for tempted kids. The Child Obesity Strategy wants to make the labelling of junk food clearer to children, with proper nutritional information. Thomas says he now does all his cooking at home and is far more active.
"No child wants to be overweight or obese - they want to be healthy and look good" says Dr Hilary, calling for improved labelling of nutritional information on food. Thomas, agrees, and says he and his friends would be helped by more education from a young age.
The tribute to MP Jo Cox had been planned to coincide with vigils taking place in central London yesterday - but was postponed due to travel chaos.
Hundreds of festival goers are expected to pay their respect by the Park Stage today at 4pm in a tribute to the MP.
Everything's completely different
It's nearly one year after the tragic Tunisia attack when a gunman slaughtered 38 people in a terror attack.
Nurse Kirsty Murray was shot five times in the brutal attack and saved by a stranger but thought she was going to die. "It was so strange. In that moment, when I did feel like I was dying, I came to peace with it and said my goodbyes in my head and looked up at the sky and it was peaceful. And then I got saved - it feels surreal. It feels like they're talking about someone else."
Since the attack had 15 operations in the last year, following the attack. Talking about life one year later, she said everything is "really tough," is unable to work and finds day-to-day activities tough, but says "I'm getting stronger."
Kirsty is about to go on her first holiday since the attack. "I'm anxious and nervous but I know that it's something that I need to do" and says she hopes to feel safe travelling with her Dad to Greece.
There have been mixed reactions to golfer Rory McIlroy's decision to withdraw from the Rio 2016 Olympic Games - especially as this year marks golf's return to the Games for the first time in over 100 years.
The four-time major winner has said he is "unwilling" to take the risk the virus poses, but scientists remain divided over how dangerous the risks are.
Virologist John Oxford joins us live to explain the risks are and why he initially thought McIlroy's decision was "extreme". The professor now commends the golfer for putting his family first.
Olympic gold medallists Andy Murray and Greg Rutherford have also both expressed concerns, with the latter freezing his sperm to reduce the risks!
I don't want to have to waste my life
Watch Oscar Pistorius give his chilling version of events in an exclusive preview of his first and only television interview since shooting girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, three years ago.
Pistorius says wants to dedicate the rest of his life to serve others and believes Reeva would want him to live that life.
However, Reeva's family have questioned why Pistorius spoke here and not in court last week.
Oscar Pistorius: The Interview, Friday at 9pm on ITV. (Pistorius did not receive any money for the interview).
Thursday 23 June: Laura wears raincoat from Cath Kidston, a pink top from H&M and denim shorts and pink wellington boots from Primark.
They're arguably Britain's most loved boy band and they have just released plans to celebrate 25 years of Take That.
Howard has just confirmed the band are planning new tracks, a greatest hits album and a tour in 2017 to mark their quarter of a century milestone.
So, the question on everybody's lips is whether Jason and Robbie will both be returning to celebrate? Richard's got the latest...
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