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Oscars 2019: Everything you need to know

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.

Adil Ray speaks emotionally on the decision to take away Shamima Begum's British citizenship

On a personal note, when Sajid Javid said this, it was the first time I felt, hang on, I might not be British

– Adil Ray on the issue of British citizenship

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.

'My abusive girlfriend threatened to kill me'

I was just waiting to die

– Alex Skeel says he doesn't want others to suffer as he did

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: 01823 334244.

You can also contact Victim Support for free on 0333 271 1396.

Golden 15: Joe Swash joins the panel

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.

Meet the boy with 'no brain' who defied medical expectations

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

– Noah's dad Rob

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.

Hunted star Julie Clegg: 'I was sexually assaulted as a young adult'

When I was 17, it was a family friend that sexually assaulted me. It was a serious sexual assault, in fact I almost died. It was at my home address, round about Christmas time. It was someone who was known to the family, completely unexpected

– TV personality and investigator Julie Clegg

Julie Clegg is used to tracking down criminals and being the top investigator in the hit surveillance TV show 'Hunted'.

In her role as ambassador for Embrace CVOC, today she spoke out for the first time about her own experience as a young victim of a horrific and serious crime, in the hope it will encourage others to do the same.

Use the helplines below to find more information and advice for people affected by rape and sexual abuse.

Police chief speaks of her stalker fears

When the Police and Crime Commissioner for Devon and Cornwall found herself being emotionally and physically abused by her boyfriend, she kept it to herself for months - now she's urging other victims not to make the same mistake she did.

Alison Hernandez was assaulted then stalked by her ex-partner when she ended their relationship last year. She said her role made her reluctant to report his abusive behaviour: "My job is to protect the vulnerable, so to present myself as vulnerable to the police was a difficult thing to do."

She also spoke of the impact stalking has on victims: "It does affect you - it affects your everyday life and it affects you psychologically, I think that’s the bit that’s really challenging around stalking as it’s really hard to prove that in a court."

Finally, she advised anyone concerned about stalking to keep a diary and speak out: "It’s really important to keep a diary log - I pretty much handed that over to the police, so it meant they could arrest him quite quickly."