POLL: How long do you spend getting to work?

Rail commuters are spending over two hours getting to and from work every day as travel times increase for Britain's workers, a new study reveals.

Workers now take an average of 27 DAYS A YEAR getting to and from work after travel times increased by five minutes a day compared to a decade ago, the TUC said.

How long do you spend commuting to work every day?

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Alex Reid: 'I went to Charles Bronson's wedding'

Earlier this week, Charles Bronson tied the knot for a third time to soap actress Paula Williamson.

Charles Bronson

Among his guests at the prison wedding was Katie Price’s former husband and reality star Alex Reid. He joins us this morning to reveal all the goings on from inside what is being dubbed this year’s most bizarre ceremony.

Also joining us is Bronson’s first wife Irene Dunroe, who has a warning for his new bride.

What are the power-hungry appliances in your home?

This winter 85% of households in the UK (that's 23 million households) are planning on rationing their use of gas and electricity in a bid to keep costs down and their heating up. But does that mean you have to cut back on your cuppa, turn off your tumbler or minimise your microwave use?

Alice Beer is here to show you how to get a handle on your heating by cutting back on the more influential household appliances that are eating your energy.

'A shared driveway feud has cost us our health, reputation and sanity'

If you think you have the neighbours from hell, then think again! Grant Shortland and his partner Melanie endured a four-year ordeal from their middle-class neighbours Christopher and Susan Hill thanks to an extraordinary dispute over a shared yard and driveway.

Grant Shortland and his partner Melanie

Credit: SWNS

The four-year reign of terror resulted in hundreds of police calls, emails and visits to their Somerset home, with Grant even wrongfully imprisoned in a police cell overnight. Grant and Melanie join us today to tell us all about their bitter-battle that, they say, has cost them their health, their reputation, their sanity and has left them living Somerset’s version of the Cold War.

'My ex-stalker could leave prison in three months - and I know he'll kill me'

I think he’s going to kill me. I’ve tried to appeal it but it can’t be appealed. The police said ‘you just get on with your life now’. They are not understanding at all. I’ve been told ‘aren’t you flattered’. I’m like not really no.

– Philomena Willits

It started as a brief university fling, but it turned into over 20 years of obsessive stalking and relentless harassment for 41-year-old Philomena Willits.

Earlier this week her ex-partner Brett David was sentenced to prison in a case described by the judge as possibly the most serious example of long term stalking there has been. But for Philomena, the nightmare will never end.

Having already served time in a psychiatric hospital, Brett David is expected to be released from jail in just three months. As the end of his sentence draws closer, Philomena now fears for her own life, as well as the safety of her family.

Are you offended by the Greggs Christmas advert?

The iconic Greggs sausage roll has caused lots of controversy over the last couple of days. In their Christmas advert Jesus was replaced with the tasty snack causing Twitter uproar! Greggs have apologised for any offence it may have caused.. But does it leave a bad taste in your mouth? Or is it just a bit of fun?

Paramedics under attack: Abused while we're trying to save lives

I had my wrist broken by a patient. I was in the back of the ambulance as I attempted to put a needle in he lashed out with his feet. I tried to protect my face.

– Amy Holtom

Our paramedics work tirelessly every day to save lives of the British public, but abuse towards emergency workers is, unbelievably, on the increase, with three separate incidents hitting the headlines in as many days.

Two paramedics who sadly report that abuse from the public is par for the course in their job are Amy Holtom and Natasha Starkey. Their most recent incident was just five days ago, when they received an angry note on their ambulance windscreen - while they were battling to save a man's life - stating "You may be saving lives, but don't park your van in a stupid place and block my drive."

Amy and Natasha join us to tell us how they’ve been spat at, kicked, hit and verbally abused while at work and explain why they believe more needs to be done to protect paramedics while on duty.