I'd like to think I've made a difference through campaigning over the past nine years. My aim is that everyone will have a mandatory alarm in their homes.
Today's guest Sharon Wood lost her children Bobby and Christi Shepherd to carbon monoxide poisoning on holiday in Corfu in 2006.
Launching our Say No To CO campaign, she urged people to invest in a CO alarm for their homes to ensure they don't experience the same tragedy.
I did Glastonbury two weeks after having a C-section! If you're prepared and up for it, you'll have a great time.
Festival fanatic Edith Bowman joined us today to talk about her passion for Glastonbury.
But she had a tough job trying to change Janet Street Porter's mind on the matter after she wrote about her hatred for wellies, loud music and toilet troubles last weekend.
Find out how she got on...
There is nothing quite so heartbreaking in this world as having to bury your own children, it goes against the natural order of how we envisage our lives and every instinct that we have as parents. So when we read about the devastating deaths of Bobby and Christi Shepherd due to carbon monoxide poisoning back in 2006, our hearts and empathy went out to their whole family. We, along with thousands of others across the UK, have followed their case for years as parents Sharon and Neil have fought valiantly for justice. Finally, after a 9 year battle, an inquest last month ruled that Christi and Bobby were unlawfully killed and that Thomas Cook had in-fact breached its care of duty.
All of us here at Loose Women - from the presenters to the production staff - have been truly touched by the dedication of one family to raise awareness of this silent killer. Tragically, nothing can bring back Bobby and Christi, but what we can do is pay testament to their memory and hope to help save other families from suffering the same fate.
So, backed by mum Sharon and thanks to generous donations (from B&Q, FireAngel, Screwfix, Ei Electronics, Kidde, Firehawk, Honeywell and First Alert) we're giving away 1500 portable carbon monoxide alarms on Tuesday 30 June with a further 1500 to follow on Wednesday 1 July.
To get involved with our campaign claim your FREE ALARM now and help keep your loved ones safe this summer.
People imagine that our friendships aren’t real on the show, but they are.
Click here to see what happened when two of our original panellists spoke about desert island essentials, politics and prawn ball mishaps…
I haven't worked out once since that last dance scene ... fappy means fat and happy!
Channing Tatum is back as Magic Mike, and in the sequel he's more than matched in the sassy stakes by Jada Pinkett Smith.
Speaking to the Loose Women from a studio in central London, Channing said they were "super excited" to make Magic Mike XXL.
When Gloria pointed out that Channing was a "raunchy boy", and asked how his wife liked his moves, Channing told her that as a professional dancer, "she made the moves!"
Jada revealed she didn't need to visit strip clubs to research for the part, because "Channing has, in the first part of his life, been part of this profession, and he had all the information I needed!"
On Friday's show we took part in Bring Your Dog To Work Day, and Andrea, Nadia and Jane introduced us live on the show to Jackson, Jasper, ChiChi PandaPup and Toffee!
The event helps rescue dogs across the country - and we don't know about you, but we think it should happen every day!
Join our panel of women each lunchtime from 12.30pm as we discuss the topics day with fun, frolics and a sprinkling of celebrity...
Monday: Channing Tatum and Jada Pinkett Smith, Go West/Nik Kershaw/Carol Decker
Tuesday: Edith Bowman
Wednesday: Frankie Valli and David Hasselhoff
Thursday: Peter Andre and Hugh Dennis
Friday: Adam Hills and Mitch Winehouse