Be Kind: Bullies will never stop me dancing

With nearly 200,000 people pledging to Be Kind as part of our anti-bullying campaign, we've had a phenomenal response from parents, schools and victims of bullying who are carrying our message. Including a letter from 12-year old street dance champion Junior Frood, which really inspired us.

Junior was bullied throughout his childhood, dealing with verbal and physical abuse from those who think it's wrong for a boy to dance. He joins us today as he makes a stand against bullies.
(Watch until the end because we have some exciting news to share with Junior!)

Take the pledge to support our 'Be Kind' campaign

Across the country, today, there are children spending the day in fear. Too frightened to go to school. Too frightened to speak out. Too frightened to tell anyone. Across the country, today, children are being bullied.

As part of 'This Morning's Be Kind' campaign we want you to watch this video. You'll hear from two mums whose children took their own lives as a result of the bullying they experienced. Then hit the pledge button. Pledge to watch this video with your children. Pledge to help your children know they can ask for help, for them to know someone cares and for them to know how important it is to BE KIND.

If you're in Scotland, you can watch the video here.

Going Live presenters reunite as Sarah Greene raises awareness of ovarian cancer

She’s the former Blue Peter and Going Live presenter who worked alongside our very own Phillip Schofield. Now Sarah Greene is on a very personal mission, to raise awareness of Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month for Target Ovarian Cancer, after she lost her mother, actress Marjie Lawrence to the disease.

Marjie was diagnosed just three weeks before her death when her symptoms were mistaken for irritable bowel syndrome.

Sarah joins us as she pays tribute to her mother and encourages others to keep an eye on the first signs, which could lead to an early diagnosis.

Is it ever appropriate to breastfeed your baby in the pub?

Is it ever appropriate to breastfeed your baby in the pub - and maybe enjoy a tipple or two at the same time? Retail manager Sheldon Sparks from Bristol was publicly outraged, posting a strongly worded message on social media - shaming a mother for enjoying a glass of wine whilst breastfeeding her baby in the local.

As you can imagine, his comments have sparked outrage online. Today, we're debating his opinion with Nilufer Atik, who says a pub is an inappropriate place to breastfeed a baby and Natalie Brown who says she breastfed her baby in the pub at the weekend.

Let us know what you think by voting in our poll below.

Rio Ferdinand: 'Talking doesn’t take the pain away, but it helps'

I’ve got to show emotion, especially for my children’s sake. If you need to cry, cry.

– Rio Ferdinand

Rio Ferdinand seemingly had it all - he was a global sports superstar, a husband to a beautiful wife, and a father to three young children. But in May 2015, his world came crashing down. Within weeks of being diagnosed with cancer, his wife Rebecca passed away.

We use a memory jar most days. If it’s not a memory, it’s an idea that goes in.

– Rio Ferdinand

In a television exclusive ahead of a powerful documentary airing tonight, Rio speaks about his personal struggle to grieve, becoming both a mum and a dad to his three children, and coming to terms with his wife’s death.

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We found love against the odds!

When it comes to falling in love, the last thing that matters is a height difference, but growing up, brothers James and Phil Lusted both worried that the fact they were born with dwarfism could mean that love and marriage might pass them by.

But that wasn't the case, and the brothers have each found the average-height woman of their dreams. They join us now, together with their partners Chloe and Kathleen, to tell us why they've chosen to share their journey with the world.