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Is it time we banned French Bulldogs in Britain?

Over the past 10 years, there has been a surge in popularity for owning the fashionable French Bulldog as a pet. But many vets have warned potential owners to steer clear of the breed because of the health issues associated with it.

Joining us from Battersea Dogs & Cats Home is head vet Shaun Opperman who says owners need to do more research before investing in this breed. Vet, Emma Milne, thinks French Bulldogs should be banned and owning one is tantamount to animal cruelty.

However, breeder Sue Worrell thinks it is ludicrous to suggest the banning of her beloved Frenchies and thinks they are no worse than any other breed.

Just what DID the Corrie wedding photographer capture?

Everybody's talking about Corrie's big double wedding week - and if you watched Monday night's episode we know you'll be back for more!

Sharon joins Phillip and Holly to look back at our favourite moments from last night (including a wedding photographer we would not be happy with) and gives us a glimpse of what we can expect from the rest of the week on the cobbles.

MORE: Corrie's double wedding: Will there be a happy ending?

Gok celebrates the best of British fashion

It’s London Fashion Week with all the celebs, designers and models toasting an industry worth a staggering £66 billion to the UK economy.

Today we’re taking our fashion item out on the road, and it’s All Aboard! as Gok and his models come live from an open top bus around London as he demonstrates the season's hottest trends

Is there beef between Kim and Pammy?

Kim Kardashian and Pamela Anderson met at New York Fashion Week, and from the sounds of it, hit it off. But after animal activist Pammy wrote an open letter to Kim about her wearing of animal fur, we wonder where this friendship will go!

Here's entertainment reporter Sam Rubin with more.

Love at first sight: I married the man on the train

It was July 2003, and Zoe Folbigg was getting on her usual train, the 8:21 from Hitchen, Hertfordshire to London when she spotted him - the beautiful ‘train man’. Every day Zoe would sit in the same carriage, praying he would notice her. A year later, she decided to take matters into her own hands and gave him her email address. He replied, thanking her for her note, but that he was in a relationship. But in January 2005, he got back in touch - his situation had changed and he wanted to go for a drink.

Zoe Folbigg and the handsome man on her train

Four years later, the couple tied the knot and are now parents to two sons. Zoe joins us in studio as she releases her book detailing the chance encounter.

Could vigilante paedophile hunters and police ever work together?

From Dark Justice to Guardians of the North, we’ve met various groups of paedophile hunters on This Morning who claim their evidence has helped contribute to hundreds of convictions.

Previously, police have been sceptical of the vigilantes’ work, claiming it puts child abuse investigations at risk. However, one chief constable has said that although he doesn’t condone these groups, he believes police and paedophile hunters could work together.

Today we meet Guardians of the North founder Joe Jones, who set up the organisation 17 months ago. So far they have secured 45 convictions - one only last Monday. Joe joins us in studio alongside one grateful mum whose daughter was involved in that recent case.

I was accused of rape, and now I want my life back

Last night, episode two of Liar was left on a cliffhanger as handsome surgeon Andrew was cold-called by another man, claiming to have information on teacher Laura - the woman accusing Andrew of rape. So is Andrew innocent of the crime? It’s just one clue in the puzzle with four episodes still to go!

ITV's Liar, featuring Joanne Froggatt and Ioan Gruffudd

One man who can relate to Andrew is Kayode Modupe-Ojo. Once a successful Manchester businessman, Kayode met a woman on social media and they arranged to meet. Nine hours after spending the night together, the police arrived on his doorstep, and arrested him on suspicion of rape. The case went to trial, but was eventually thrown out and Kayode was acquitted.

However, despite his innocence, Kayode’s reputation and his business was left in tatters. He struggled to trust women and previously recorded their consent on his phone before any sexual contact.

He'll be joining Phillip and Holly as he reveals why a false allegation ruined his life, and why he now wants to take the girl in question out for dinner in order to ‘get closure’.

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