Ten years on from the 7/7 terrorist attacks in London, we speak exclusively to Martine Wright who lost both legs in the Aldgate underground bombing - but then went on to compete in London's 2012 Paralympics as part of the women's sitting volleyball team.
Do you think the FA's tweet about the England Women's Football team was sexist or an honest mistake?
A post to their 1.1 million followers said: "Our lionesses go back to being mothers, partners and daughters today, but they have taken on another title - heroes."
But the message was quickly deleted after sparking a Twitter backlash in which many branded it "sexist" and "patronising".
With George Osborne's plans to unveil longer shopping hours in supermarkets on Sundays, we want to know if you think it's a good idea.
It was a day of celebration for the royal family yesterday as baby Princess Charlotte was baptised at the Queen's private chapel at Sandringham on Sunday.
Royal author Katie Nicholl joins Lorraine with all the news and pictures from yesterday's christening.
We'd love to know your thoughts on Charlotte's big day - from the outfits, to the choice of godparents.
I'm a bit of a daredevil! My mum is more worried now than when I was competing at the Olympics!
She's Britain's most successful gymnast, winning bronze at the 2012 Olympic games.
But having retired from the sport in August 2013, Beth Tweddle has since turned her attention to tackling more daring situations - all in the name of the Mountain Warehouse Charity Challenge.
Daredevil Beth has so far been raising money wing-walking and zip-lining, but now has her sights set on bungee jumping and jet walking!
You go girl. Rather you than us, though!
I thought it was a remarkably truthful retelling of the story. It doesn't shy away from the pain and the horror. Emily Watson has nailed me, she is just so courageous.
Julie Nicholson's life was turned upside down when her beloved daughter Jenny was killed in the 7/7 bombings.
She's since written a memoir which has been turned into a new TV drama that stars Emily Watson.
Joining us today she recalled the heartbreak and shock after hearing of her death as a series of events forced Jenny into taking a different tube route.
Julie also revealed why she had to see Jenny's body to say goodbye.
She said: "It was just something I knew I had to do. As a mother you are there at the start of their life and so at the end of her life, I felt like I didn't want her to be alone."
A Song For Jenny is on TV this Sunday, 9pm, BBC1.
Teachers can lawfully confiscate, keep or destroy unhealthy snacks in children's school lunch boxes, a Government minister has said. We want to know what you think about this? Would you be upset if a teacher confiscated something from your child's packed lunch? Is the parent's job or the teacher's to decide what a child eats?