Do you regret not learning another language?

Do you regret not learning a different language? According to a new survey, it's one of our biggest regrets.

Second on the list was not learning an instrument and not being able to dance, ski or swim was also on the list.

We'd like to hear your thoughts this morning - do you have any regrets? Perhaps there's something you're determined to achieve, before it's too late?

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Marian Keyes is a real page-turner

Marian Keyes, the world-wide best-selling author, joins Lorraine to talk about her new book The Woman Who Stole My Life.

She says: "It was very easy to write. I thought: 'I'm just gonna have fun' and I did. I fell in love with the man I write about, and it's quite racy.

"Normally when I write sexy bits I find it mortifying but I couldnt stop writing the racy scenes. In my mind he looks like Jose Mourinho."

Marian, who has sold over 25 million books worldwide, added: "I've struggled with depression and I was feeling a bit better so I was able to start writing the book. It was good to stay away from the darkness and write something funny and lovely and happy."

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I had no idea about my husband's secret wedding

He put us all through something that was totally, totally unnecessary.

– Yvonne Gibney on her husband's secret marriage

Yvonne Gibney joins us after being duped by her husband of 17 years. The nurse was left stunned when she saw pictures of Maurice Gibney kissing another woman at a lavish £45,000 wedding in Oman on Facebook.

He was convicted of bigamy and given a suspended six month sentence but Yvonne is devastated he wasn't given a custodial sentence. She talks to us today about the ultimate betrayal of the man she loved.

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Should schools enforce a strict uniform policy?

A school has sent home more than 200 pupils after they failed to stick to its dress code. The school has said it made expectations clear, whilst the head teacher has said that she is making sure pupils are ready for the real world.

We would love to know what you think about this.

Should pupils have to stick to strict uniform policies at school? Do you think the school was right to send pupils home? Or is a child's education far more important than what they're wearing?

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Nick Clegg joins Lorraine with the headlines

I'm absolutely passionate about making sure children at school eat better food.

– Nick Clegg

This week it's School Food Week and it comes just a few months after the launch of free school meals for nearly 2 million primary school children.

He said: "I'm absolutely passionate about making sure that children at school eat better food, we've changed standards at school and we've put cooking on the curriculum. Plus we've introduced free healthy food for little children."

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg joins Lorraine to talk about his School Food Plan... and also gets involved in the Lorraine kitchen, helping James Tanner to make a Bonfire Night feast!

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The Deputy Prime Minister relaxes in the Lorraine Green Room

Miriam on politics and George Clooney

Is George Clooney on offer?

– Miriam's answer when quizzed about who she would like to see play her husband in a film

Miriam Gonzalez Durantez, the wife of Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, joined Lorraine today to talk about life as a politician’s wife, dealing with criticism, her husband’s cooking and George Clooney.

Busy Miriam, who has three children and works as a lawyer, also spoke about her Inspiring Women campaign which launched in October 2013.

So far 11,000 women - some high profile and many not - have pledged to give their time to talk with teenage girls in schools about their job, careers and life experiences.

When questioned how she manages to juggle all of her committments, she said: “I do it with help at home and also help from my family, my mother, Nick’s mum. I have help at work, I have a fantastic team, they are really, really supportive there and then with lots of coffee. If coffee is bad for health, I’m done!”

Miriam was also asked who she would like to play her husband in a film of his life.

“Is George Clooney on offer?” she joked.

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Miriam with her husband Nick Clegg

Stay safe this Bonfire Night

Strictly Come Dancing host Claudia Winkleman has spoken out about the importance of fire safety after her daughter was injured in a "Halloween accident".

The presenter and her husband Kris Thykier said in a statement their eight-year-old daughter Matlida, remained in hospital after the accident.

She said: "We would like to take this opportunity to remind anyone taking part in fireworks parties or Guy Fawkes celebrations to be vigilant about the dangers of candles, open fires and fireworks and to please have the appropriate safety measures in place and to hand."

Stay safe with these tips from the Child Accident Prevention Trust

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