This Morning Emergency Services Award - nominate now!

We are looking for members of the Emergency Services who have gone beyond the call of duty, and are deserving of the This Morning Emergency Services Award at the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards.

This Morning Emergency Services Award at the Pride of Britain Awards

Please note that nominees must be 16 or over, and were either working or volunteering for the Emergency Services at the time of their deserving act.

If you are under 18, please get permission from your parent or guardian before you nominate and please also get permission from the nominees parent or guardian if they are under 18.

Nominations close at 23:59 on Friday 25 August 2017.

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Please note that the winner and nominee may be required for filming for use on This Morning.

>> Make a nomination on the Pride of Britain website

This Morning Emergency Services Award

Pride of Britain and This Morning are looking for members of the Emergency Services who have gone beyond the call of duty, and are deserving of the This Morning Emergency Services Award.

  • Please note that nominees must be 16 or over, and were either working or volunteering for the Emergency Services at the time of their deserving act.
  • If you are under 18, please get permission from your parent or guardian before you nominate.
  • Nominations close at 23:59 on Friday 2 September 2016.
  • Full terms and conditions apply
  • Please note that the winner and nominee may be required for filming for use on This Morning.

Christine McGuinness on autism: My twins have given me a purpose in life

Our children don't need to be fixed. My twins are absolute superstars. All they need is understanding from other people.

– Christine McGuinness

When Paddy and Christine McGuinness’ twins Leo and Penelope, four, were first diagnosed with autism, Christine admits that the couple were both stunned and quite angry towards the doctor who told them. Reflecting that the signs were there, Christine recalls that they were both non-verbal until the age of three, walked on tip-toes and didn’t socialise very well with other children.

Christine McGuinness

Christine is now keen to raise awareness of the condition as the couple speak out about their struggles - including how she ‘burst into tears’ when she couldn’t find the right butter for her son.

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I love my new bum, but I can't sit down for SIX weeks!

Ex on the Beach star Laura-Alicia Summers has spent over a quarter of a million pounds on what she sees as must-have body improvements.

Her latest, a £5,000 Brazilian bum lift, has got her several inches closer to looking like her idol Kim Kardashian by having fat removed from various parts of her body and injected into her bum.

Laura-Alicia has to travel lying on her front...

So who is the mastermind behind this procedure? Today, Laura-Alicia is joined by bum-lift pioneer Dr Foued Hamza, who has been practising in Britain since 2009 and developed the ultimate ‘hourglass sculpting’ technique 10 years ago, while operating on transsexuals seeking curves.

Should you ever discipline someone else's children?

Have you ever been out and witnessed someone else's child misbehaving? Lots of us will have seen that - but how many of us would tell them off ourselves? It's certainly got us talking - and today we ask two people with very different views.

Sally Jones wouldn’t hesitate to scold a child being naughty in a restaurant, but Jane Evans says she doesn’t tell off her own child, never mind other people's!