Don't Ask Me, Ask Britain!

If you saw someone leave £50 in a cashpoint, what would you do? How many affairs do you think are acceptable in a marriage? Should there be another referendum on Scottish independence?

These are the sorts of moral dilemmas and topical questions posed in Alexander Armstrong's new interactive comedy panel show, which sees the celebrity line-up guess how the nation has answered. It's called Don't Ask Me Ask Britain - and we're asking Pointless host, singer and actor Alexander what it's all about.

The Don't Ask Me Ask Britain app

Download the Don't Ask Me Ask Britain app for free on iOS or Android now!

Data charges may apply. T&Cs at itv.com/terms or stv.tv.

PLEASE DO NOT TRY TO PLAY IF YOU ARE WATCHING ON +1 OR ON DEMAND

Meet the man who was wrongly accused of being a paedophile

When 46-year-old widower Craig Darwell planned a trip with his 13-year-old daughter Millie, the last thing he expected was to be facing questioning by the police. After checking into his hotel, Craig was confronted by staff who accused of him of being a paedophile and called the police.

Craig Darwell and his daughter Millie

The humiliating event ruined the 'father daughter' trip that they had so looked forward to, and Craig joins us to tell us why the whole incident has left him angry, shocked and embarrassed.

Term-time holidays: Dad loses court battle

With the average family holiday increasing in price by more than £1,300 in the months between between June and August, it's easy to see why parents across England watched eagerly as the Supreme Court made a landmark ruling on term-time holiday fines today.

Earlier this morning, the Supreme Court ruled against Jon Platt, the father from the Isle of Wight who refused to pay a £120 fine for taking his daughter on a week-long trip to Disneyland in April 2015.

Platt joins us after finding himself at the highest court in the land, to react to a decision that will have far-reaching consequences for all parents with school-age children.

This Morning's live wedding 2017 - how to get involved

Would you like to get married live on TV?

Have you been hoping to tie the knot this spring? Well, we are looking for a couple to let us help organise and throw their wedding on This Morning!

So if you fancy Gok designing your wedding outfit, Phil Vickery creating your three-course wedding meal and Bryony Blake on the wedding make-up then read on.

This is not a competition - we're looking for couples who want to take part. Both you and your partner must be 18 or over and eligible to marry in the UK. You must be a resident of the UK, the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man.

Ready to take part?

Please upload a video of you and your partner telling us why you'd like to get married live on This Morning (no more than one minute long) using the uploader below by noon on Friday 28 April.

I've made friends with a murderer on death row

It’s not uncommon to have an unusual hobby, but what makes someone want to become pen pals with a murderer? Healthcare worker Tina Brown from East Sussex has been writing to death row inmate Joel Diaz for eight months and even plans on visiting him one day.

Diaz, who is on Florida’s death row, was sentenced to death by lethal injection in 2001 for shooting dead the father of his ex-girlfriend. But with a normal job and a long-term partner, what does Tina get out of writing to a man deemed so dangerous he is kept locked up for 23 hours a day?

Is it okay to go for dinner with a member of the opposite sex who is not your partner?

Owner of The Lady Detective Agency Rebecca Jane says dinner with someone of the opposite sex is disrespectful to your partner, and unnecessary. But columnist and broadcaster Martin Daubney says he has no problem with his wife going out for dinner with other men, and says it even keeps him on his toes!

What do you think? Let us know by voting in our poll below.

Let us know what you think by voting in our poll above!

Amy Willerton: Bullies targeted my disabled brother

For me, anybody that bullies people that cannot defend themselves - I think that is the worst form of bullying

– Amy Willerton

She's best known for braving the Australian jungle in I'm a Celebrity and taking on the ski slopes of The Jump, but model and reality TV star Amy Willerton has just taken on another role: ambassador to the National Autistic Society.

Behind the glitz and the glamour of her high flying life, Amy has a moving tale; her brother Ross was born with a severe form of autism that has left him unable to communicate verbally and means he has the mental capacity of a one year old.

Amy joins us today to tell us their story, how she hopes to raise awareness for the condition and her support for This Morning's Be Kind campaign after experiencing bullying.

BE KIND! Pledge to support our anti-bullying campaign now

Should you use your ISA allowance?

The cash ISA deadline is just two days away at the end of the tax year; and if you don’t use it, you lose it. In past years our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis would be going ISA crazy – encouraging savers to get their money in a tax-free ISA account before the deadline ends on the 5 April. But this year he says for most people an ISA isn’t any nicer.