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A mum and dad from New Mexico hit the headlines yesterday after controversially admitting they banished their teenage son to a backyard tent as a punishment for stealing. It comes just weeks after the story of a seven-year-old boy, who was found alive a week after he was left in a forest for throwing stones at people, which sent shockwaves across the globe.
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It proved to be one of the most gripping and entertaining Wimbledon games ever when British tennis player Marcus Willis - who is ranked 772nd in the world - took on seven-times champ Roger Federer on Centre Court.
Despite losing out to the Swiss superstar, Marcus most definitely won the hearts of the nation as his Wimbledon fairytale came to an end. A dream that may not have even come true had it not been for his girlfriend of five months - Jenny Bate. The couple join us now to tell us their ultimate rags to riches story.
Gracie and husband Oz have a rather unique way to keep the spark alive in their marriage. They have an open-relationship and both regularly have sex with strangers. They believe that their arrangement has brought them closer together and only made things more exciting in the marital bed.
Gracie also believes that their diverse sex lives has made her a better mother to their two children and made their family happier.
Gracie and Oz join us down-the-line from Oakland, California.
A recent study found women stand a much greater chance of earning job interviews by wearing more revealing clothing like low-cut tops than conservative attire. But should the way you dress impact your success?
2013's The Apprentice winner Leah Totton believes there is a time and a place to be revealing. But Emiliana Silvestri thinks if you've got it, flaunt it!
When we asked for your questions to put to Holly's bunch of psychic bananas, we never guessed that such a personal one would come in for Phillip!
But ask the banana we did - and it gave rather a definitive answer, we think you'll agree...
Love conquered all at Wimbledon as British qualifier Marcus Willis pulled off an amazing victory thanks to the backing of his girlfriend Jenny Bate.
Marcus, 25, who is ranked 772 in the world and works as a coach at the Warwick Boat Club, nearly quit tennis altogether before girlfriend Jenny, whom he met at an Ellie Goulding gig this year, persuaded him to try for Wimbledon instead.
Yesterday her faith in him was repaid as Marcus beat his Lithuanian opponent Ričardas Berankis in straight sets (6-3 6-3 6-4), a win which will see him in a second round clash with seven-time champion Roger Federer on Wednesday. Good luck Marcus!