An experiment using six Labrador dogs for a medical trial on tooth implants in Sweden has prompted global outrage after it was revealed they are due to be killed next month.
As thousands of people, including celebrities like Ricky Gervais and Downton Abbey's Peter Egan, call for the dogs to be saved from their fate, we're asking if it is ever justified to experiment on them?
In 2017, there were 3.79 million procedures completed on living animals in Great Britain – the majority of these procedures involved mice, fish and rats. It is illegal to use an animal if there is an alternative non-animal method available, and the expected benefits accrued from the research must outweigh any potential animal suffering.
Rahul Mehra was crowned the winner of the 2019 Prince's Trust Mentor of The Year Award for his contribution to GAP and their partnership with The Prince’s Trust, which he has been working on for the past three years. Rahul goes the extra mile by seeking to help young people gain employment and is active in his work with the trust - helping to hire young people through their Get Hired events.
Rahul was surprised on Good Morning Britain; he thought was taking part in a studio tour. Rahul was taken to the make-up room where he was surprised by his favourite celebrity Rochelle Humes before being interviewed by Adil Ray and Ranvir Singh on his achievement.
The 91st Academy Awards is one of the most glamorous nights of the year for the international film industry, and will bring together A-listers from around the globe to celebrate the best productions of 2018.
The awards are set to take place on Sunday 24th February 2019 US time.
This means red carpet arrivals are due to start at midnight UK time, and the awards ceremony is expected to begin at 1:30am.
Good Morning Britain will be doing live coverage on Twitter throughout the awards ceremony, and Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid will be presenting live from Hollywood on Monday 25th February 2019 to give the latest updates.
On a personal note, when Sajid Javid said this, it was the first time I felt, hang on, I might not be British
The Home Secretary seems to have to softened his position on revoking Islamic State bride Shamima Begum’s British citizenship.
Speaking to ITV News' political editor Robert Peston, Sajid Javid said he would never leave anyone stateless. It came after both Bangladesh and the Netherlands said she would not be allowed in.
So should she – and other British brides –be allowed back in?
We debate with Nikita Malik - Director of the Centre on Radicalisation and Terrorism at the Henry Jackson Society - who argues that taking away British citizenship of I.S. brides is abdicating our responsibility. And journalist Dawn Neesom who says Begum shouldn't be allowed to return as she hates us, and hates this country. Plus, presenter Adil Ray emotionally shares his views on British citizenship.
I was just waiting to die
Alex Skeel was repeatedly hit with weapons including hammers and screwdrivers, had boiling water poured over him and has scars from where he was stabbed with a bread knife.
All of this happened at the hands of his ex-girlfriend Jordan Worth, the mother of his two children, in what a police officer described as the worst case of domestic abuse he had seen.
In April last year, Jordan became became the first female in the UK to be convicted of controlling or coercive behaviour and was jailed for two consecutive seven-year sentences.
For more information and advice for victims of domestic abuse, ManKind Initiative, the charity for victims of male domestic abuse, have a helpline number: 0182 333 4244.
You can also contact Victim Support for free on 0808 168 9111.
The biggest night in British music took place and Joe Swash was there to get all of the red carpet gossip!
Richard Madeley, Kate Garraway, Sean Fletcher, and Joe Swash sat down to discuss the days trending topics:
- Karl Lagerfeld's leaves £96 million to his cat.
- NBC correspondent's close shave with a hockey puck.
- Joe Swash and Richard Madeley's 'I'm a Celebrity' experience.
- France's new Star Wars themed fencing.
It’s a very emotive subject - some people say you can’t grown a brain, some say his brain was there, all squashed up, so when he’s had his shunt fitted, it’s gone back to where it should be - but if his brain was so squashed up, he should have been so severely mentally disabled
Six-year-old Noah Wall has continued to baffle medical experts after being born with spina bifida and just two per cent of his brain.
Despite his parents being told there was little chance of survival, Noah has defied expectations - and even shown signs of brain growth.
Noah's parents Shelly and Rob have devoted themselves to his development, travelling to Australia for treatment at NeuroPhysics Therapy.
It’s this unique treatment that has helped Noah sit up unaided, kneel on all fours and even attempt to stand.