Yet again charities are in the firing line over aggressive tactics. In today’s papers, a journalist who went undercover in a charity call centre was shocked at the way in which charity call centre workers were encouraged to badger people for cash. Using a script that includes high pressure techniques, staff are told to ask for money at least three times in any call, regardless of a person's financial situation. But has the situation affected you?
Have you been a victim of high pressure tactics? Have you been hounded by a charity to fund more and more money? Have you ever worked for a charity and had to call people in this manner? Or do you think these measures are necessary to make money that goes to good causes? We want your calls and thoughts.
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In the wake of the Greek debt crisis, are you concerned about your upcoming holiday to Greece?
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If you want to lose weight but you're bored of jogging, tired of swimming and can't bear the gym then trampolining might be for you!
It's the new trend that burns twice the calories that running does and we want some ladies to try it out on Thursday morning! If you're free Thursday and want to get fit for summer please firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday 8 July at midday. You must include a daytime telephone number and say why you want to get fit!
I bruised my hand from playing on the bongo drums
It's been a wild weekend in the showbiz calendar with the Wireless festival, a racy performance from Little Mix on Saturday night and a star-studded Silverstone on Sunday!
Who better than the queens of showbiz gossip, the Daily Mirror's 3am Girls, to take us on a whistlestop tour of the glitziest stories. Ashleigh Rainbird, Hannah Hope and Halina Watts join us live.
And seeing as our own Amanda attended one of the showbiz bashes of the year on Saturday, Piers Morgan's 50th, we'd like to hear a little bit about that too, please!
We had a surprise during today's cookery with the Hemsley sisters when Prime Minister David Cameron ran past our outdoor studio.
If he'd been going slower, we could have offered him all manner of healthy treats - but the PM was jogging too fast to take a break!