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Bargain holiday car hire, cheaper water bills and free burgers!

Know your tap water rights, sort your summer care hire now, water-saving FREEBIES and FREE £10ish burger. 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.

Dangerous cladding: Are our homes safe?

It’s been reported to be the worst blaze in Britain since World War Two, with at least 79 confirmed or presumed dead, and countless more missing - but just 10 days on since the devastating fire ripped through the Grenfell Tower block in West London, could we be moments away from the next disaster?

The government is now urgently conducting safety checks on an estimated 600 high-rise buildings, but many are worried they aren’t working fast enough. With 11 blocks of flats confirmed to have been fitted with the similar combustible cladding to that used on Grenfell Tower, we’ll be going live to Plymouth to speak with mum of two Sarah Blakebrough, who has just received the terrifying news that her own tower block is one of those buildings.

With Sarah now fearing for her, and her children’s lives, our Consumer Editor Alice Beer will be in the studio with all the latest updates and on what you need to do if you are worried your home might not be safe.

Coming up on Friday's show

On Friday's show with Eamonn and Ruth, proud new dads Kieron Richardson and husband Carl talk about their surrogacy experience and the arrival of their beautiful twins.

She's spent £100,000 to look like Barbie and comes with her own box too! Don't miss the mum who's transformed into a real life doll.

And there's been a murder in the highlands! But who dunnit? 'The Loch' star Gray O'Brien spills the beans on the most talked about murder mystery of the summer.

Join us from 10:30 on ITV.

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Our Be Kind campaign goes into schools

The students have made the school an incredible community that they feel is their home

– Lucy Alexander praises the incredible work of Levenshulme High School

Once a failing school where pupils feared for their safety in the corridors, Levenshulme High in Manchester has turned its fortunes around and is now advising the government on how to clamp down on bullying.

So what is their secret to success? Lucy Alexander, whose son was driven to suicide after being bullied, visited the school to find out.

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

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.

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.

Full terms and conditions apply

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