First day of school: Are you missing it?

Are you missing your child's first day at school on Monday? If you can't get the day off work to wave your little boy or girl off at the school gates, we want to hear from you. Let us know your profession and please include a contact telephone number.

We need to hear from you by midday on Sunday at the latest. Email your story to us at including your PHONE NUMBER, for a chance to have your story featured on the show.

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Are we a nation of body shamers?

Cheryl Fernandez-Versini hit the headlines this week after blasting critics for body shaming her over her suspected weightloss in recent months. The X Factor Judge suggested it should be illegal to critcise someone over their weight and appearance.

Sunday Mirror Editor Alison Phillips insists it is human nature to judge people on their looks, while self-esteem expert Nadia Mendoza argues there is too much emphasis on looks rather than achievements.

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Should we ban children from pubs?

A new survey has found that the number one bugbear for pub landlords is unruly children ruining the atmosphere for adults trying to enjoy a quiet pint.

As we head into the weekend, with many of us planning a Sunday pub grub, we ask should children be allowed to share in the social experience? Or are they disturbing the peace of the local watering hole?

We're joined by Heather Baker-Swinburn, who felt unwelcome at the pub when she took her family along, and thinks her children should have the freedom to blow off steam; we'll also chat to landlord David Stanley who has taken the extreme step of banning children from his pub entirely.

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Migrant crisis: How can we help refugees?

We’ve all seen the disturbing images, but what can we do to help the refugees who are fleeing for their lives?

Alice Beer speaks to us from a charity storage unit in North London who have been inundated with volunteers and donations. We’ll also be speaking to Libby Freeman live in the studio who was so moved by the migrants’ stories she went to Calais to help out.

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Are your kids worried about going back to school?

Bullying, moving schools and making friends are just some of the issues worrying pupils - and parents - ahead of the new school term. As hundreds of thousands of children head back to lessons, we’re looking at the key stress-inducing factors in our Back To School survey in conjunction with Netmums.

Life coach Jeff Brazier and head teacher Christine Cunliffe will have advice for parents dealing with stress.

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Name our This Morning puppy

What shall we call our puppy? You decide!

It's finally happened - we've got a This Morning puppy! And she's not just any puppy, she's a very special Guide Dog in training.

But something is missing - her name! And that's where you come in.

We've shortlisted five of our favourite names from all those suggested yesterday (not necessarily the most popular names!) and put them to the vote this Wednesday 2 September from 10:30am, right here.

Voting will close at 11:30am on Thursday 3 September, and the name of our new puppy will be revealed at the end of Thursday's show.

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Chrissie Hynde's controversial comments about rape

Back in the seventies and eighties, she was the rock chick who topped the charts as lead singer of The Pretenders, but Chrissie Hynde sparked outrage at the weekend when she claimed she took full responsibility for being raped at the age of 21 because of the way she was dressed and acting.

Joining us to discuss this controversial issue are Denise Robertson, who is against Chrissie’s comments and Julia Hartley Brewer who backs them.

Rape and sexual abuse headlines

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