Michaela Strachan on why lion hunting should stop

Canned hunting is breeding lions in captivity to be sold to the hunting industry to be shot for trophies

– Michaela Strachan

On the 1st July, millions around the world were shocked by the death of Cecil the Lion who was brutally hunted by an illegal party of big game hunters.

Since then, lion conservationists have campaigned to expose the savage world of trophy hunting of lions.

Now, in a new documentary film Blood Lions, Michaela Strachan's husband, Nick Chevallier, goes undercover to reveal what really goes on at these hunting lodges.

Martin's Black Friday deals

Urgent: Don’t delay on solar panels plus it’s Black Friday week which means stores are pumping out deals galore, including Selfridges 20% off, a £104 Body Shop bundle for £42, £25 Ikea Christmas tree gets £20 voucher and 50% off everything at La Redoute. These are our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis’ Quick Deals.

Remember, deals can change quickly, even while I’m on the programme. So always double-check the terms and conditions before spending. Plus, while I hope these deals will save you cash, don’t spend if you can’t afford it, don’t need it, or won’t use it.

Is military action the right response to Syria?

We believe that action can help to protect us, then with our allies we should be part of that action, not standing aside from it

– David Cameron

Are air strikes against the Islamic State in Syria in the UK's national interest?

David Cameron thinks so, urging MPs to back a decision for airstrikes against the Islamic State. He emphasised the need to use the military because there was "no doubt" the "so called Islamic state group, pose a threat to our own people".

Cameron previously argued against the UK bombing ISIS in Syria, however the attacks in Paris two weeks ago have emboldened ministers to launch a renewed push for military action.

We talk to broadcaster Julia Hartley-Brewer who believes a military action is the right answer and columnist Owen Jones who strongly disagrees.

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Bargains galore on Black Friday

Are you looking to bag yourself some Black Friday bargains?

Last year we saw extraordinary scenes across the country as crowds stormed the shops to take advantage of Black Friday deals.

This year, This Morning, are in London's shopping epicentre, Oxford Street, to witness the dramatic dash for discount deals.

With queues expecting to form before dawn breaks, consumer expert Alice Beer is live at the scene meeting savvy shoppers.

Not only that, we've tasked our very own Anthony with the special mission of seeing if he can get £5,000 worth of goods for a grand - and get them all delivered to the studio before we go off air!

We’ll catch up with how he's getting on during the show.

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Thanks for having us!

Earlier today, the presenters, crew and our family of This Morning experts decamped from our studio to the home of one of our biggest fans, Karen Simpson in what was to become a fantastic experience for both our team and one incredibly bubbly viewer!

So at the end of the day, there was only ever going to be one Best Bit - the whole bloomin' show! We took a quick few minutes in the midst or packing away our cameras, lights and puppy to record a very on the fly version of best bits!