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Melanie Sykes and Daniel Caltagirone: The struggle of parenting an autistic child

The government will always push for immersion. The trouble is, the structure isn't there.

– Daniel Caltagirone

Melanie Skyes is best known for being a much-loved TV personality and most recently for wowing the nation after her heroic efforts in the 2014 series of I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here.

But recently Melanie and her ex-husband Daniel Caltagirone have been facing a personal battle to get their autistic son, Valentino into a suitable school that caters for his needs.

Mel and Daniel join us today to tell us about their plight to find their son a school and how they plan to keep fighting for better education for children on the autistic spectrum.

Autism and Asperger syndrome helplines

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The bravest couple in Britain

When former soldiers Hannah Campbell and Rick Clement lay unconscious in the intensive care unit of Selly Oak military hospital - nobody could have predicted that their devastating injuries could possibly have such a positive ending. But, after both won their fight for survival, fate intervened in the most unpredictable way, and the couple fell madly in love.

Dubbed the ‘bravest couple in Britain’- having both coped with losing their legs and a whole range of other horrific injuries - Hannah & Rick tell us how they came together in an epic story of love and survival.

Photo: (c) Press People

Armed forces helplines

Limb loss helplines

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Does a night out make you a bad mum?

We've all heard of wine o'clock, but for many working and stay-at-home mums, a glass of something cold at the end of a tough day can be a particularly appealing thought!

But that’s certainly not the case for our next guest, Paula Winchester, who has ruffled more than a few feathers after branding single mothers who drink or go on nights out as 'disgraceful', and stands by her statement that single mothers never deserve a night off from their responsibilities.

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Reflecting on Ben Butler's crime

The day after Ben Butler was found guilty and given a life sentence for the murder of his six-year-old daughter, we speak to Neal Gray, the grandfather who cared for Ellie and who wishes he could have done more to protect her from her father.

In a crime described as ‘breathtakingly deceitful’ - the court heart that Ben beat Ellie to death in 2013 - leaving her with ‘catastrophic head injuries’ which medical experts have described as the worst case of violence in a domestic setting.

Ben Butler on This Morning in 2012

This was a man who duped us all - he had even appeared on our This Morning sofa just 11 months before Ellie’s death, attempting to clear his name after being accused of harming Ellie when she was six weeks old.

Today we reflect on his crimes and speak with both Neal and social worker and child protection consultant, Joanna Nicolas.

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WORLD EXCLUSIVE: Sir Cliff speaks out after being cleared of all sex allegations

I could hardly walk ... something was happening to me

– Sir Cliff Richard

Sir Cliff Richard speaks for the first time in almost two years just days after being cleared by the CPS of all sex allegations.

In an ITV Daytime exclusive, Gloria Hunniford speaks to her friend of 45 years, Sir Cliff Richard after historical sex abuse claims were dropped by the Crown Prosecution Service.

In an exclusive clip of the interview which will run on Loose Women later today, Sir Cliff discusses the incredible torment he’s undergone and how the stress has taken its toll on him both physically and mentally.

I don't think he ever feels he will get away from the taint of it

– Gloria Hunniford

Gloria joins us live from France to tell us how her friend has coped over the past two years, and what she thinks the future holds for him.

You can watch an hour-long special with Sir Cliff talking to his longtime friend and Loose Woman Gloria Hunniford from 12:30.

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Reunited with my long-lost sisters after 70 years

This is the ultimate family reunion. Five sisters were all separated as children, and grew up not knowing that each other existed. Three of the sisters managed to find each other in their twenties, but spent the next 50 years trying to find the other two. Just three weeks ago, the sisters were reconnected with the fourth sister - 70 years after they were separated.

We'll be hearing their amazing story of determination and learning all about their emotional reunion. We'll also be joined by Finders International founder Daniel Curran who helped the sisters reconnect.

But amongst this happy reunion there is still a tinge of sadness - their fifth sister is still out there.

Think you know missing sister Margaret?

Call Finders International on 0800 085 8796 if you think you might be Margaret, the fifth missing sister, or if you think you might know Margaret.

Alternatively email contact@findersinternational.co.uk or tweet @itvthismorningand @FindersProbate.

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