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Should adult children withdraw from the Bank of Mum and Dad?

This week, an Italian court ordered a father to continue supporting his 28-year-old son through university, after he forced him to get a job.

Bamboccioni translates as spoilt big babies - adults in their 20s and 30s who refuse to leave home and continue to withdraw from the so-called Bank of Mum and Dad.

So is there anything wrong with grown-up children taking money from their parents? Or should they be more independent?

We're joined by Anna May Mangan - mother of four older children who believes they should stand on their own two feet and mum of two Sally Jones who regularly pays for her children's holidays and phone bills. Welcome both.

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'There's always hope with children'

If Syria is going to be rebuilt ... these are the people who are going to rebuild Syria. And they've missed out on years of education, they've missed out on their childhood.

– Dominic West talks about Syria's children

Dominic West has teamed up with Save the Children to launch their Every Last Child campaign. He recently spent two days in Jordan to see their work in the Zaatari Refugee camp. There he met with Syrian families that are living under devastating conditions in extreme poverty with young children.

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I didn't know I was pregnant until I gave birth

Klara Dollan was starting a new job as a sales executive - little did she know that eight hours later she would give birth to a healthy 7lb baby girl!

Klara had no morning sickness, back pain or visible bump during her pregnancy, a phenomenon known as cryptic pregnancy, and she's not alone, it’s happening every week to a woman somewhere in the UK. Klara joins us with 2 month old daughter, Amelia, to share her unbelievable, life-changing story, alongside Dr Helen Stokes-Lampard who has seen half a dozen cases just like Klara’s.