Toff: My bad skin makes me cry - it's time to do something about it

Toff admits red marks and acne have plagued her throughout her adult life. Even during her jungle stint, she was allowed to wear make-up - to cover up the lumps and bumps which cause her to feel anxious and self-conscious.

In fact - Toff says her skin actually improved during her time on I’m a Celebrity, but has returned with a vengeance. So what’s causing the irritation? And how can it be treated?

We follow Toff on her journey to clearer skin, and she joins us on the sofa to reveal how hopeful she’s feeling for the future.

What price a life? Meet the heartbroken parents behind Ollie's Army

As parents, we want our children to be both happy and healthy - stopping at nothing to ensure their lives are fulfilled. But for Lucy and Mike Carroll, both their son and daughter have been diagnosed with the incurable Batten disease - a rare genetic condition, meaning they are unlikely to live past the age of 12 without medication.

Seven-year-old Ollie has lost the ability to talk and walk and four-year-old Amelia (without the treatment) will lose her mobility, eyesight and the ability to swallow. Both children have been receiving a drug as part of a clinical trial which has stabilised their condition.

However, NICE have recommended the drug should not be given out on the NHS. The parents have started a campaign called Ollie’s Army which includes an online petition to reverse the medical body’s decision. The family join us live today.

I wear a corset for 23 hours a day - all to keep my 18-inch waist

I’m not doing it for attention or for anybody for me. My body doesn’t seem to mind as I go smaller and smaller. But 18, I’m happy here. I don’t have any desire to go smaller than that.

– Diana Ringo

Can you imagine wearing a corset for 23 hours a day? Well, mum and US Navy veteran does just that to maintain her tiny 18-inch waist. Mother-of-three boys Diana Ringo, 39, from San Diego, California only takes off her corset when she showers or works out.

The 5ft 2in wife, who was in the Navy as a chef for nine years, started wearing her waist-shrinking garments four years ago after she lost her natural curves following the birth of her four-year-old twin boys. Diana wanted to lose the weight she put on during pregnancy, so with a balanced diet, exercise and an operation to remove excess skin, Diana decided to get her hourglass figure back by wearing waist-pinching corsets that have given her an incredibly tiny 18 inch waist.

Breaking the taboo: Nearly half of new mums suffer extreme thoughts

For some, the idea of having a baby is one filled with joy, love and a dream come true… but for many the realities of pregnancy and parenthood go undetected. A new survey about maternal mental health shows that 43% of new mums suffer extreme or disturbing thoughts whilst almost a quarter of them fear their child will be taken into care if they admit to mental health issues. Which helps explain why a staggering 64% of mums never seek help for their symptoms, leading to fears of a hidden epidemic.

Joining us on the sofa is mum of two Jem Armistead who overcame her extreme fears and anxieties, she’s speaking out to help end the stigma surrounding these issues. Alongside her is Siobhan Freegard, editor of Channel Mum, who’s here to talk about her own experiences, and why she wants mums everywhere to be more open and honest about mental health.

Should first aid be made compulsory in schools?

Nine-year-old Jack saved his father’s life over the breakfast table, thanks to skills he learnt from a video presented by Dr Ranj and shown in his classroom.

With shocking new research showing that 95% adults would not be able to save a life in a first aid emergency, today, three UK charities are calling for it to be made compulsory in schools.

Jack and his dad Keith are here to share their story, and Dr Ranj explains why he's supporting the St John's Ambulance campaign to make changes to the teaching of Sex & Relationship Education and PSHE.

'I've forgiven the drug dealer who killed my daughter'

At 34, Claire Drury had her whole life ahead of her. A bright PHD student, Claire sadly slipped into a dangerous cycle of drug abuse after a series of failed relationships. But sadly, in May last year she died at the hands of a drug dealer, Stephen Perrett, after he gave her a lethal injection of heroin and crack cocaine.

After admitting to manslaughter, Perrett has since been sentenced to six years in jail. But despite Claire's needless death, her father Stephen has found the strength to forgive her killer - instead blaming society for her death. He joins us on the sofa today.

Is it time Britain brought back National Service?

French President Emmanuel Macron has vowed to plough ahead with a campaign promise to reintroduce compulsory military service nearly two decades after it was scrapped.

Despite concerns that it’s reintroduction could cause France both financial and legal problems, Macron has promised to make sure that all young people spend a month getting 'a direct experience of military life’.

But after 55 years without National Service, could it be time to reinstate it within the UK too? Former RAF Navigator, John Nichol is here alongside Journalist Clare Muldoon to discuss.

Deal or No Deal? Meet Brit bobsleigher Toby Olubi who appeared on quiz show to raise funds!

He’s one fourth of the British bobsleigh team currently competing in the Winter Olympics, but you might recognise Toby Olubi from game shows like Deal or no Deal and The Cube as he attempted to raise funds for the sport.

Toby took up the 94mph sport in 2013 after leaving the teaching profession behind. His ice spikes can cost up to £300 and he's expected to foot the bill when it comes to equipment, travel, training and travel. With minimal funding from UK Sport and the National Lottery, Toby reveals how far he’s come and why he’s adamant to come home with a gold - live from Pyeongchang in South Korea.