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Are you sat at home undecided on what party to vote for at the General Election? If so, how would you like the chance to question the people who could be running the country?
We are on the lookout for a group of This Morning viewers to quiz top politicians on the issues that really matter in the run up to this year’s election. To get involved email email@example.com by midday on Friday 13 March. Terms at itv.com/terms.
Today we're taking your calls on domestic violence. Are you in an abusive relationship and can't see a way out? Does your partner emotionally abuse you and you don't know where to turn for help? Or maybe you're concerned that a loved one is being abused by their partner and you don't know if you should intervene.
Whatever your question, Denise Robertson is here to help.
Are you a smoker who is struggling to cut down despite being pregnant? Do you think shopping vouchers would encourage you to quit? If so This Morning would love to hear from you!
A shocking report out today shows that domestic abuse victims suffer on average three years of abuse before they get help. And in the year before they get help, professionals (like GPs, Police and A&E staff) miss on average five opportunities to help them and refer them on. Some women suffer over 50 incidents of abuse before it stops and almost a quarter of high-risk victims went to an A&E department because of the injuries.
Today we meet domestic violence survivor, Sue Mills whose husband threatened to kill her in a brutal knife attack. The terrifying moments were caught on camera and today Sue is opening up about her ordeal for the first time.
Facebook may have tried to ban them, but breastfeeding selfies are one of 2015's biggest parenting trends, according to Netmums. The snaps - known as brelfies - are backed by 88% of mums who say social media sites are wrong to delete them.
Other famous fads for 2015 include post baby body nude photoshoots, pee parties and family no-spend days.
Today we're joined by Emma Taylor who breastfeeds both her children and posts her brelfies on social media, and Angela Epstein, who says she cannot stand breastfeeding selfies!
People of Britain it's time to spring clean your finances! Are you still struggling to pay off your Christmas debts? Does your current income fall short of your outgoings? Would you love to know ways to make your money go further? Or perhaps you long for a summer holiday - but saving for one seems like Mission Impossible!
If so, Martin Lewis might just have the answer! Send your money matters to firstname.lastname@example.org and make sure you clearly mark your email Spring Clean your Finances.
We need your emails by this Friday 6 March. Terms at itv.com/terms.