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Former agent of kidnapped model speaks out

She didn’t do this for publicity purposes

– Phil Green

Modelling agent Phil Green spoke exclusively to today’s Good Morning Britain of unwittingly sending model Chloe Ayling into the hands of her alleged kidnappers.

He said: “Of course I felt responsible [...] I thought I was sending her to a proper photo shoot in a studio. Everything checked out. Nothing was flagged up to say anything was suspicious.”

Speaking of Chloe’s decision to move to a different modelling agency upon her return Phil admitted: “I am hacked off. It is disappointing. Chloe has had the most amazing year with the agency."

Top five headlines you’re waking up to

  1. After her three week holiday, Theresa May makes her return to Downing Street this week as ministers prepare to flesh out their negotiating position on Brexit

  2. Four time Olympic champion Mo Farah has accused the media of trying to "destroy" his legacy over allegations his coach breached anti-doping regulations. On Sunday, the 34 year old insisted his achievements throughout his career has come from hard work.

  3. Just one in five youngsters born in the poorest areas go to university, according to the Teach First and the Credit Suisse study. The research shows that richer students don't face as many hurdles as their poorer peers. There has been strong calls to boost the number of disadvantaged young people going to university.

  4. A man has been charged with the murder of the 83-year-old grandfather who was stabbed to death while walking his dog. Alexander Palmer, 23, has been charged with the murder of Peter Wrighton.

  5. In the final evening of the World Championships, Great Britain picked up a silver and bronze medal in the women and men's 4x400m relays. Their medals take team GB's total medal tally to six.

Top headlines you're going home to

  • At least 36 people have been killed and dozens more injured in a horror train crash in Egypt, an official has said. It is understood two trains collided head on near the coastal city of Alexandria. There was no immediate information on what had caused the collision, but it is feared the death toll and the number of injured could rise further.

Woman dubbed 'world's ugliest' launches anti-bullying crusade

It was completely devastating and crushing

– Activist and anti-bullying campaigner Lizzie Velasquez

Once called the 'ugliest woman in the world', motivational speaker Lizzie Velasquez is no stranger to the cruel world of bullying.

Lizzie was born with neonatal progeroid syndrome, a rare genetic condition characterised by an aged appearance and the absence of body fat.

Taunted and bullied because of her appearance, Lizzie, who is also blind in one eye, has found a way to be positive and is now fighting back.

Watch the Richard Arnold strip show

Are you ready for magic dickie?

– Richard Arnold

Following the viral dancing video of Magic Mike actor Channing Tatum, Richard Arnold treated us to some dance moves of his own.

Oh, you're in for a treat!

Watch the full strip show above.

Over half a million contaminated imported eggs are in the UK

The contaminated egg scare that's forced supermarkets to clear thousands of products from their shelves could be far worse than they previously thought, according to experts.

Over 700,000 potentially contaminated Dutch chicken eggs were distributed in the UK - more than 33 times the 21,000 first estimated.

The imported eggs have been contaminated with pesticide Fipronil. Here's what you need to know:

What is Fipronil?

• A broad-spectrum insecticide which is banned from food preparation

Fipronil can cause the following:

• Headaches
• Sweating
• Nausea
• Vomiting