Martin Lewis is here to help your pennies turn into pounds, and following rumours of George Osborne's plans to scrap the so-called death tax, we're talking pensions.
If you were watching at home and you thought it looked a bit intense, then times that by a hundred, that’s what you got inside there I’m not joking!
It was a triathlon of X Factor fun this weekend with shows on Friday, Saturday AND Sunday condensing all of this year's Bootcamp (plus the infamous six-chair challenge) into three sizeable helpings.
I’ve had a few words of advice from him… but no, he hasn’t tweeted us yet - come on cous!
There were highs, lows, smiles and tears as a swathe of hopefuls were given their marching orders whilst a precious handful of this year's elite made it through to next week's Judges' Houses - including boyband Concept who join us today.
And as if that wasn't enough, we are also joined by Xtra Factor presenter Sarah-Jane Crawford who, alongside our Rylan will be giving us all the backstage banter.
Married father of five and MP Brooks Newark resigned this weekend after he was caught sending an explicit image of himself to an undercover reporter. Meanwhile a four-page spread in The Sun states Kelly Brook split with her fiancé after she allegedly found out he’d been swapping messages with his ex-girlfriend.
So when does texting become cheating? Is sexting the same as cheating? Sally Windsor doesn’t believe that sexting counts as cheating at all, saying it's all part of our digital world.
I don’t think so-called digital cheating counts as adultery at all. Not only have I been culpable of it relationships, I’ve also been with partners who have done it too and it wasn’t the end of a relationship...
Whereas Denise Robertson believes that technology is responsible for breaking up couples and that sexting is a crime against a relationship.
Has the digital age affected your relationship? Have you been affected by your partner cheating online and you don't know how to feel? Have you felt the need to snoop on your partner's mobile?
Let us know by answering the questions below.
While Mr Gino D'Acampo cooks up a fish feast for us, we're talking cheating in the digital age, competitive eating and the man who orgasms up to 100 times a day... and we want to hear from you about all of this and more.
Use today's hashtags when you tweet us: #DigitalCheating #SavingsWarning #BeatThatBreakfast #XFactor #Tattoos #100OrgasmsADay #DavidMorrissey #GinoCooks
Eamonn and Ruth know their fashion (see Ruth's zip tassles video for proof). Especially when it comes to spotting those designer togs. Just watch them ace today's fashion test...
It's going to be 2015 before we know it, and with that in mind, do you intend to say goodbye to the flab and start next year with a new slimline you?
We're looking for people to take part in a This Morning diet special. You'll need to be committed enough to follow a weight-loss programme and tell us all about it.
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