Denise Fergus: 'Why I'm demanding justice for my James'

It's made me more determined to get justice for him. I've fought all these years, but I'm determined to carry this on. I want all my questions answered now. I just want to be told the truth. Then I think I'd have some closure.

– Denise Fergus

25 years since his death, and now fully aware of the full extent of the sexual injuries her son endured, James Bulger’s mum Denise Fergus is demanding the government reconsider opening a public inquiry into exactly what officials knew when they released murderers Jon Venables and Robert Thompson in 2001.

Joining Holly and Phillip in her first television interview since Venables was convicted and sent back to jail for possessing indecent images of children, Denise reveals why she won’t stop fighting for justice for her son.

Gok and Kwoklyn Wan's king prawn wanton soup

We’re celebrating Chinese New Year - and Gok has swapped our catwalk for the kitchen to share a couple of family recipes. And speaking of family… he’s brought along his brother Kwoklyn who runs a local café in Leicester along for the ride.

The two tell us more about growing up in the Wan household and how they celebrate the biggest date in the Chinese calendar. Kwoklyn's dish is a king prawn wanton soup, and Gok's dish is perfect fried rice.

The PM talks to TM! Theresa May is live on our sofa

I never get to the end of a box set. It’s a job when you are constantly thinking about it. I enjoy things like cooking and walking.

– Prime Minister Theresa May

The second ever female Prime Minister Theresa May took office almost two years ago amid post-Brexit political turbulence and has faced scrutiny over everything from her £995 leather trousers, to holding Donald Trump’s hand, and even her admission that the naughtiest thing she’d ever done was running through wheat fields as a child.

Mrs May joins us today to announce a new government review into further education and warn against outdated attitudes that favour academic over technical qualifications. She also plans to congratulate us on our successful anti-bullying campaign as we ask her what she plans to do to tackle the mental health crisis in young people.

Asda and Morrisons are recalling THESE products...

Asda and Morrisons have issued an urgent product recall for two of their products, over fears over potential health risks they could cause for customers.


Laila Mint Sauce has been recalled, due to it containing egg, which isn't mentioned on the label. The affected product is the one litre version, with a batch code of PR210617C2, barcode 502058000854, with a best before date of June 21, 2018.

If you have bought the above product and have an allergy or intolerance to egg, do not eat it.

Instead return it to the store from where it was bought for a full refund.

For further information contact Asda customer relations on 0800 952 0101.


Morrisons has recalled its Italian Penne Bolognese Bake (400g) because it contains celery which isn't mentioned on the label.

This is the 400g version, with a use by date of the 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd or 23rd February 2018

If you have bought the above product and have an allergy or intolerance to celery, do not eat it. Return it to the store for a full refund.

Play your credit cards right, and pay them off IN FULL!

Block your ears, as you’re about to get some info loud, proud and IN FULL. This has become a bit of a catchphrase for our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis. So we wanted to really understand what it was all about. Apparently it means if you play your (credit) cards right, they stop being debt cards, and instead turn into the perfect way to pay, with powerful perks at no cost…

Toff: My bad skin makes me cry - it's time to do something about it

Toff admits red marks and acne have plagued her throughout her adult life. Even during her jungle stint, she was allowed to wear make-up - to cover up the lumps and bumps which cause her to feel anxious and self-conscious.

In fact - Toff says her skin actually improved during her time on I’m a Celebrity, but has returned with a vengeance. So what’s causing the irritation? And how can it be treated?

We follow Toff on her journey to clearer skin, and she joins us on the sofa to reveal how hopeful she’s feeling for the future.

Meet the heartbroken parents behind Ollie's Army desperate for NHS funding

How much do you pay for extra time with your child - extra years, we're not talking months, we're talking years?

– Mike Carroll

As parents, we want our children to be both happy and healthy - stopping at nothing to ensure their lives are fulfilled. But for Lucy and Mike Carroll, both their son and daughter have been diagnosed with the incurable Batten disease - a rare genetic condition, meaning they are unlikely to live past the age of 12 without medication.

Seven-year-old Ollie has lost the ability to talk and walk and four-year-old Amelia (without the treatment) will lose her mobility, eyesight and the ability to swallow. Both children have been receiving a drug as part of a clinical trial which has stabilised their condition.

Ollie Carroll

However, NICE have recommended the drug should not be given out on the NHS. The parents have started a campaign called Ollie’s Army which includes an online petition to reverse the medical body’s decision. The family join us live today.

I wear a corset for 23 hours a day - all to keep my 18-inch waist

I’m not doing it for attention or for anybody for me. My body doesn’t seem to mind as I go smaller and smaller. But 18, I’m happy here. I don’t have any desire to go smaller than that.

– Diana Ringo

Can you imagine wearing a corset for 23 hours a day? Well, mum and US Navy veteran does just that to maintain her tiny 18-inch waist. Mother-of-three boys Diana Ringo, 39, from San Diego, California only takes off her corset when she showers or works out.

The 5ft 2in wife, who was in the Navy as a chef for nine years, started wearing her waist-shrinking garments four years ago after she lost her natural curves following the birth of her four-year-old twin boys. Diana wanted to lose the weight she put on during pregnancy, so with a balanced diet, exercise and an operation to remove excess skin, Diana decided to get her hourglass figure back by wearing waist-pinching corsets that have given her an incredibly tiny 18 inch waist.