Did you watch Cameron and Miliband: The Battle for Number 10 on Channel 4 and Sky News?
If so, we want you to take part in our quick poll by answering the two questions before 10:30am on Friday 27 March.
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Today is World Calm Day, so all morning we've been giving you tips on lowering stress levels in your life.
Giving us advice is Michael Acton Smith; author of a book which offers plenty of ways in which you can manage stress. Finally today we're talking about scents, and how smell can help.
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The BBC have announced that Jeremy Clarkson's contract will not be renewed after a physical altercation with a producer.
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I cycled six miles to the studio - I took some really serious risks in that time compared to flying around the world
As reports confirm 150 people died in the Alps plane crash yesterday, we are joined this morning by travel writer Simon Calder who will put this tragic accident into context and try to dispel the fears of the thousands of people planning to go away this Easter.
We also speak to Good Morning Britain's Richard Gaisford for an update on the situation.
We're looking for someone with a phobia of swimming and deep water, willing to come on This Morning and be treated by the Speakmans.
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