Brits travelling to the continent to enjoy some summer sun have been warned that dangerously high temperatures could disrupt their travel plans, potentially ruining thousands of holidays.
The heat bomb lingering over Europe is currently sending temperatures soaring to up to 47C.
In the Spanish region of Extremadura, locals have been staying inside their homes, places of work or bars until temperatures become more bearable after 10 pm. Jonathon Swain is in the region reporting for Good Morning Britain.
It's safe to say Richard Arnold has gone for a bold new look. Good Morning Britain's very own entertainment presenter has decided to emulate the new style of pop star Rihanna.
Taking to the set on Thursday morning's show wearing flowers in his hair and heavy makeup, Richard caused a great deal of amusement for both audiences at home and presenters Ben Shephard and Kate Garraway.
A fifth of British adults spends at least 40 hours per week online. A report by Ofcom found that most people check their phone every 12 minutes and expect a constant internet connection wherever they go.
According to the new report, in 2008 17 percent of people owned a smartphone - and that has now risen to 78 percent!
A judge in the United States of America has blocked the release of blueprints that would allow people to 3D print guns in their own homes.
Seattle-based District Judge Robert Lasnik made the order on Tuesday afternoon, stating that: "There is a possibility of irreparable harm because of the way these guns can be made.”
A suicide bomber who detonated a homemade explosive device as concertgoers left an Arianna Grande concert was rescued by a Royal Navy ship in the Mediterranean helping fleeing Brits.
Salman Abedi launched an attack at Manchester Arena in May 2017. 22 people were killed and more than 800 people received non-fatal injuries during the course of the attack.
Just three years earlier, Abedi was helped out by armed forces as he escaped war-torn Libya en route back to his Manchester home.
Tour de France winner Geraint Thomas told Good Morning Britain how he was thrilled to be congratulated on his win by his sporting heroes.
Asked if his win had sunk in yet, he said: “Not at all. It’s all been a whirlwind. An amazing three weeks, it all went to plan for me, which is rare. An amazing three weeks.
After eight weeks in the sun, Jack and Dani were crowned the winners of this year’s Love Island and opted to split the £50,000 prize money.
The series was filled with betrayal, dramas and recouping - but it was the couple who had been together since the beginning of the show that ended up being the bookies favourite to win.
After coming out of the villa, there are strong rumours that the lovely couple have been offered their own reality TV series - so you might be seeing a lot more of ‘Jani’ on your screens!
Downpours, ferocious thunder and dramatic lighting meant the weekend was a total washout for the majority of Brits. Summer storms turned skies a threatening grey, bringing the summer heatwave to a dramatic end - for now at least.
Revellers attending Camp Bestival in Dorset were sent packing after organisers had to cancel the event due to the poor weather. The festival site was left littered with tents, discarded camping chairs and litter as people rushed to leave the site. Festival organisers said Sunday that they'll arrange refunds for those who had to forego a weekend of fun, stating it was "heartbreaking" to have to cancel the final day of the festival.