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Cold and chilly weather ahead

With a wet start to the day, expect to see more winter weather setting in - particularly across the Scotland and Northern Ireland areas.

Watch the latest weather report from Alex Beresford.

Debate: Does the gender pay gap exist?

After the BBC's John Humphrys' off-air comments 'joking' about his £600,000 salary were leaked, the debate of whether such a gap exists or not has been reopened.

Furthermore, Carrie Gracie's resignation as China Editor, because of a lack of parity in salary with male counterparts, has provoked a debate about gender fairness.

Ivana Trump: 'Donald's a stable genius'

Before Donald Trump became President of the United States, Ivana was his wife for 15 years and raised three of his children.

This morning, in her first live UK interview since Trump became the 45th President of the United States, she gave her views on Trump's first year of his Presidency and pulls back the curtain on what it's like being part of the Trump family.

In the revealing chat Ivana told Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid how she still chats to the President regularly ("If it were me in Melania's place, I would not like") and insists they are 'friends' despite a 'nasty' divorce.

She also told us why she doesn't think he's racist and that she doesn't think he will do anything 'irresponsible' as President, saying: "He's a stable genius. Definitely."

Henry Bolton: I've split up with Jo but I won't resign

People have thrown her to the wolves to attack me

– Henry Bolton

UKIP leader Henry Bolton has revealed to Good Morning Britain that he has ended his romantic relationship with Jo Marney after racist messages she sent about Meghan Markle and black people were made public.

In a Facebook conversation she alluded to Markle as a 'commoner' who will 'taint' the Royal Family and made further outrageous comments including saying black people are 'ugly' and 'not my thing'.

Watch the video above to see Bolton's take on the scandal - plus he gets grilled by Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid on why he would choose such a partner in the first place and why he "categorically won't resign".

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Top five headlines you're waking up to

  1. Twenty thousand British jobs hang in the balance this morning as stricken construction giant Carillion makes a final bid to avoid going into administration. The Government has been under pressure to bail out the firm, which maintains half of all prisons, 900 schools and plays a key role in the HS2 project. This morning's meeting will be a last-ditch effort after emergency talks between ministers and company bosses over the weekend failed to produce a rescue plan. UPDATE: The firm has now announced it's taking steps to go into liquidation.

  2. UKIP leader Henry Bolton is under pressure to resign after his girlfriend was suspended by the party for apparently making racist remarks about Meghan Markle. Jo Marney apologised in the Mail on Sunday for sending text messages saying Prince Harry's fiancee would 'taint' the Royal Family. This morning Bolton told GMB that he split up with Marney last night and maintained he has no plans to resign.

  3. If you're planning to hire a waste disposal company to get rid of an old mattress or fridge, make sure you check they're legitimate first. If they fly-tip your rubbish, you could be hit with an on-the- spot £400 fine. The warning comes as the Government considers allowing councils to impose the fines as part of a nationwide drive to thwart fly-tippers and shut down illegal waste sites - a problem that costs the economy hundreds of millions of pounds a year.

  4. Anxiety about illegal immigration has been allowed to "grow unchecked" because of a shortage of official information on the scale of the problem, a Commons committee has warned. MPs said the lack of data has been perceived as the Government showing "indifference" towards an issue of "high public interest".

  5. Former Manchester United winger Ryan Giggs will be named Chris Coleman's successor as Wales manager today, according to the Press Association. The Football Association of Wales has arranged a press conference for 2pm to announce the new appointment. Giggs was interviewed for the role last week.