Do you bin your children's artwork?

A new study, supporting BIC's Young Artist Award, has unearthed the guilty secrets of parents across the UK, revealing that 59% of us are forced to bin our children’s artwork as a way of coping with the sheer volume, and 42% have even been caught doing it!

Do you keep all the creations that your little darlings come home with? Or are you guilty of binning a few?

The most embarrassing first date story EVER! 💩

It’s the dating disaster story we can’t stop talking about! This tinder date gone wrong ended with a toilet blockage and a poo being thrown out of the widow, only for it to be caught inside the double glazing... Keen to retrieve the evidence, the date, an unnamed lady, got stuck between the glass, resulting in a visit from the local Fire Brigade who were able to set her free.

The couple’s story has gone viral after a GoFundMe page was set up to replace the broken window, with £2,770 raised since last week.

How Liam's date ended up, before being rescued by the Fire Brigade!

Liam joins us in the studio to tell us how the relationship is progressing and why he’s donating all the money to charity.

Bradley Lowery's parents: Our boy's legacy will live forever

Although he was only here for a short time he’s done so much for a little boy of six years. It’s incredible and I’m so proud of him.

– Gemma Lowery talks about Bradley's legacy

He was the little boy who made a big impact: at 19 months old Bradley Lowery was diagnosed with a rare form of childhood cancer. Doctors gave him a 50% chance of survival but he beat the odds and in December 2014, was given the all clear. However, 18 months later Bradley relapsed, and sadly died in July this year.

Bradley's fighting spirit captured the hearts of the nation, and particularly of his hero - Bournemouth player Jermain Defoe who struck up a close bond with Bradley before he died.

Bradley Lowery and Jermaine Defoe

Today Bradley's mum and dad Gemma and Carl Lowery and Jermaine Defoe join us exclusively to share Bradley's story and reveal why his legacy will inspire sick children and their families forever.

Will you be replaced by Samantha the sex robot?

She looks human, feels human and even sounds human (well - ish) but she’s anything but real. Meet Samantha the sex robot - developed with artificial intelligence, which allows her to respond to different scenarios, designed to give the users a very unique experience. She even features a fully functional g-spot.

The sex-aid industry in the UK is estimated to be worth £250 million pounds a year and with business clearly booming it seems there's no end to inventors and investors creativity. But is Samantha a step too far? Or is she no different to purchasing a raunchy toy at a party?

We meet one of her creators Arran Lee Wright - who has given Samantha several test runs himself. We’re also joined by psychologist Emma Kenny, who believes robots like Samantha could be the death of healthy human relationships.

Being transgender is not a choice for my son

I just felt incredibly sad. I thought - what kind of world is my son going to grow up in?

– Mienna Jones

Yesterday we met Nigel and Sally Rowe, who removed their six-year-old son from school because another child in his class wanted to be recognised as transgender. Their story certainly got you talking - and has continued to do that today.

This morning, we’ll be hearing from Mienna Jones, the mother of six-year-old Dexter, who since the age of just two has identified as a boy.

All the kids were fine, the parents have all been really supportive, apart from the odd comment we’ve had so much support and love. It’s been amazing.

– Mienna says Dexter's transgender experience at school has been positive

Mienna was outraged by the comments made by Nigel and Sally here on the sofa yesterday and today she has her say. Alongside her is Susie Green from the transgender charity Mermaid.

Could you be entitled to flight delay compensation?

Summer is over, kids are back at school and the holidays are a distant memory. Yet if your holiday was ruined by a flight delay or even a cancellation then our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis says an EU rule means you could be entitled to up to £550 per person.

Would you have an issue if boys wore dresses in school?

Today we meet a Christian family who are set to sue their children's school because a child in their son's class was allowed to wear a dress.

They made this decision after their son came home confused as to why a boy was now a girl. The couple feel it is wrong for children to be transgender and they join us today to explain all.

Let us know your thoughts on this matter by voting in our poll below.

Child benefits warning, free open days to 5,500 English properties and free £5 Amazon credit

Child benefits warning, free open days to 5,500 English properties, free £5 Amazon credit and beware scams using my name. These are our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis’ Quick Deals.

Remember, deals can change quickly, even while I’m on the programme. So always double-check the terms and conditions before spending. Plus, while I hope these deals will save you cash, don’t spend if you can’t afford it, don’t need it, or won’t use it.