We want to see your VE Day pictures

Tomorrow is the anniversary of Victory in Europe Day marking 70 years since the end of the Second World War in Europe. Were you or know of a loved one present at this significant moment of the 20th century? Do you have any photographs marking this incredible moment? If so we'd love to see them.

Simply email your picture to thismorning@itv.com by 10:30am today (7 May 2015) for a chance to have them on air! You must be 18 or over, for more information please head to itv.com/terms.

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Friendship breakdowns - take part in our phone-in

Following the One Direction Twitter spat between Zayn and Louis, we're taking your calls on friendship breakdowns.

Have you fallen out with your friends or family and need advice? Has social media played a part in a breakdown in your relationship? Maybe your group of friends has excluded you and you don't know why? Perhaps you've had a falling out and want to know how to get back in touch? Or do you find it hard to make friends and want to know how to beat the loneliness?

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'There’ll be some tears for sure'

It’s not like any other job. There’ll be some tears for sure.

– Lesley Nicol talks about the end of Downton Abbey

Known best as Downton Abbey's cook Mrs Patmore, Lesley Nicol has rarely been seen anywhere other than slaving over a hot stove!

But her job of preparing banquets for the Earl of Grantham has been landing her other roles across the world - and now she's ditched her pinny and cap for her role as Bridget in the new series of Inspector George Gently.

TV: Inspector George Gently is on tonight at 8pm on BBC1

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