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'She always finds new ways to make things better'

Mum, you're my hero because of what you do every day, your words and how kind hearted you are

– Emilie Longden - Debbie's daughter on how her mum inspires her

On today's show, Jake Quickenden surprised the truly inspirational Debbie Smith with a Kelly's Heroes award. Nurse Debbie has helped thousands and thousands of people living with cancer over the past 20 years, now she runs a Macmillan support centre in Manchester where she continues to brighten the lives of both patients, their families and her colleagues.

The Kelly's Heroes campaign celebrates people who have gone above and beyond the call of duty to help someone in their family, neighbourhood, school, hospital or social group.

Handing the award to a speechless Debbie, Jake, who lost both his brother and his dad to cancer, said: "Without people like you there'd be many more people in the world hurting."

MS sufferer Dean Reilly is our first Kelly's Hero

Nestle drops Toffee Deluxe from Quality Street tin

Nestle has dumped its Toffee Deluxe and replaced it with a Honeycomb Crunch in it's latest Quality Street tin as part of its 80th birthday celebrations.

Customers complained there were too many toffee based flavours in the collection and they wanted more variety. The honeycomb crunch came out on top as the preferred option for a new sweet.

It's the first time a new sweet has been introduced to the assortment in almost a decade!

'I was scarred for life in evil acid attack'

Almost a year ago, to the day, Adele Bellis was scarred for life in a horrific acid attack masterminded by her abusive and controlling ex boyfriend.

In August 2014, Adele, then 23, was waiting at a bus stop when a man approached her out of nowhere and threw acid in her face before running off.

Describing the agony she experienced in the moments after the attack, Adele explained: "In seconds it was burning, I knew it was acid.

"I can't describe (the pain), there's no words to describe it."

Nick Clegg reveals he was told off for weight gain

Former Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg has revealed he was once called fat and told to lose weight by colleague Lord Paddy Ashdown.

The ex Deputy PM was on the show to discuss his new memoir, Politics: Between the Extremes, in which he opens up for the first time about the highs and lows of his political career, including the collapse of the Lib Dems.

Clegg, who drew criticism for piling on the pounds after entering Downing Street, revealed he felt compelled to shape up following a stern ticking off from fellow Lib Dem veteran Paddy Ashdown.

''Paddy Ashdown came into my office and said, 'you're fat!' He barked at me! He said, 'you've got to get thinner' with military demand, so I did!''