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Piers Morgan yells louder than Wayne Bellows

Market trader Wayne Bellows found himself in hot water for shouting loudly while selling his wares. However, despite clocking 100 decibels in the studio - the same level as a farm tractor or jackhammer - Piers went on to beat him live on air.

Watch the clash in full above - and cover your ears!

Windrush scandal: Levi Roots slams Theresa May

She picked on the most vulnerable people

– Levi Roots

The people from the Windrush generation who moved to the UK after the Second World War are now facing the threat of deportation.

It has been reported that some Windrush-era citizens have lost their jobs, benefits, been denied NHS treatment - and even sent back to the Caribbean!

Celebrity chef Levi Roots labelled the actions of the government as "scandalous" and accused Theresa May of picking on the "most vulnerable people".

We were also joined by Cabinet Minister David Lidington, who revealed that the government will "reimburse reasonable legal costs" for any Windrush-era citizens who have lost their jobs or been threatened with deportation.

Pamela Anderson fears Julian Assange could die

I think this is a form of torture, I think they’re slowly killing him

– Pamela Anderson

Former Baywatch star Pamela Anderson spoke to today’s Good Morning Britain of her strong fears for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s health, saying he could die.

She said: “It's awful. It’s terrible. They’ve cut off internet access. He’s a political prisoner in the heart of London. Cut off from everybody. No, nobody can visit him right now. His lawyers possibly."

Ms Anderson went on to say: "I’m very, very, very concerned, deeply concerned for him. He’s one of the most important people on the planet right now."

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Theresa May faces tough questions over the treatment of the Windrush generation

Some members of the Windrush generation have been wrongly deported the Immigration Minister has admitted.

Minister Caroline Nokes, said mistakes had been made and there had been "some horrendous situations".

Her comments were followed by an urgent question in the House of Commons from Labour's David Lammy, who said it was "inhumane and cruel".

Labour MP, David Lammy

Stephen Lawrence’s dad: I forgive my son’s killers

I feel like I’ve let go a burden that I was carrying around for so many years.

– Dr Neville Lawrence

Almost 25 years since his son’s murder, Dr Neville Lawrence told today’s Good Morning Britain he forgives his son’s killers and can only just remember their names.

Stephen Lawrence was 18 years old when he was stabbed to death at a bus stop in Eltham, south east London back in 1993. The murder caused outrage across the country and lead to the exposure of institutional racism in the Metropolitan Police Service.

Speaking to Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid, he said: “We campaigned for justice for so many years - the pressure and the burden that I was carrying about the way I felt about these people, was making me ill in a sense."

Family of stabbed Hither Green burglar lay fresh floral tributes outside house he broke into

Relatives of a man killed during a botched robbery in Hither Green, south London have once again laid floral tributes in memory of their family member. It has sparked fresh tensions in Hither Green where the normally quiet South Park Crescent has become a battleground between locals and the family of burglar Henry Vincent.

Vincent collapsed after breaking into the home of Richard Osborn-Brooks and his wife earlier this month. During the botched robbery he was armed with a screwdriver which he reportedly fell on.