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Presenters announced for This Morning Live!

Taking the spirit, soul and studio antics to our audience is such an exciting prospect so we’ll be loading the van with as much heart and family as we can squeeze in!

– Phillip and Holly

We’re taking This Morning on the road as we supersize from screen to an incredible four-day live event at the NEC in Birmingham next spring...

From Thursday 18 to Sunday 21 May 2017, we’ll be bringing you This Morning Live, featuring live appearances from members of the TM family including Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby, one of our furry friends, and a host of other celebrity guests!

From fashion and style, food and drink, home, gardening and pets, to beauty, health and wellbeing, the show will come to life for you to indulge in the ultimate day out.

Buy your tickets for This Morning Live here

Meet the hero dog scarred by war

Hero dog Vidar saved the lives of hundreds of soldiers when he served in Afghanistan, sniffing out roadside bombs and enemy weapons. But after two years of loyal service Vidar became ‘Gun Shy’ - a term used to describe dogs who are frightened of loud noises and comparable to PTSD in humans. Army medic Angie McDonnell saw him cowering in his kennel during her tour of Afghanistan and the pair formed a special friendship, with Angie eventually taking him home so he could swap a life dodging bullets on enemy lines for chasing balls in the park.

'Free' mascara, 40% off Laura Ashley and EasyJet refund warning

‘Free’ £7ish Benefit mascara, 40% off Laura Ashley and EasyJet refund warning. These are our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis’ Quick Deals.

Remember, deals can change quickly, even while I’m on the programme. So always double-check the terms and conditions before spending. Plus, while I hope these deals will save you cash, don’t spend if you can’t afford it, don’t need it, or won’t use it.

POLL: Should you ever tell someone they're fat?

Obesity expert Steve Miller doesn’t believe in mincing his words when it comes to weight loss, and says telling someone they’re fat is “an act of kindness”. It certainly worked for him. Previously four stone overweight, he went on to shed it all when an old friend told him he’d got “so fat” that he was losing his looks. But nutritionist Kirsten Davies is horrified by Steve’s militant stance and says being negative about someone else’s appearance only causes damage - as she knows herself after a doctor told her she was fat.

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Concerned about your child? Here's how to start the conversation

It's not necessarily what you say, it's that you keep saying it - you keep the lines of communication open

– Lucy Alexander

If you're concerned about your child, and finding it hard to start a conversation with them, watch this.

Lucy Alexander, whose son Felix tragically took his own life after being the victim of bullying, is now an anti-bullying campaigner.

Bullying and cyber bullying helplines