Do you do it in the morning, evening, or a couple of times a week? Do you even enjoy it? Vote in our poll to let us know!
On Saturday 18th May 2019 we took to the road for the first time in a LONG TIME for Loose Women Late! Kicking off in the evening after the excitement of This Morning Live, an audience of 2,000 flocked to Birmingham's NEC to see Andrea McLean, Coleen Nolan, Saira Khan and Nadia Sawalha doing their thing, naughtier than ever before!
From playing Never Have I Ever live on stage to our Coleen treating the crowd to a sing-along 'I'm In The Mood For Dancing', it was an incredible evening of laughs, music, and chat.
Here's an exclusive peek behind the scenes of Loose Women Late!
Amazon's currently under fire for selling GPS tracking tools. Many are saying it encourages stalking & spying, while the top products claim they are 'perfect for tracking vehicles, teens, spouses, and elderly persons'.
Would you track your teen's whereabouts? Vote in our poll to let us know!
The UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people.
0808 802 5544
Papyrus (Prevention of young suicide)
HopelineUK - part of Papyrus
Contact HopelineUK if you are having thoughts of suicide or are concerned for a young person who might be you can contact HopelineUK for confidential support and practical advice.
Call: 0800 068 4141
Text: 07786209697 or
Opening hours: 10am – 10pm weekdays 2pm – 10pm weekends 2pm – 10pm bank holidays. Our Suicide Prevention Advisers are ready to support you.
Tel: 0300 5000 927
Working together to help everyone affected by severe mental illness recover a better quality of life.
Time to Change
Time to Change is England's most ambitious programme to end discrimination faced by people who experience mental health problems. Our vision is to make lives better for everyone by ending mental health discrimination and to inspire people to work together to end the discrimination surrounding mental health.
Tel: 020 7931 6480
BiPolar UK is a user led charity working to enable people affected by Bipolar disorder / manic depression to take control of their lives.
Bullying is described by the Anti-Bullying Alliance as “the repetitive, intentional hurting of one person or group by another person or group, where the relationship involves an imbalance of power.”
Bullying includes a whole range of behaviours from name-calling and spreading rumours through to spitting, cutting or sticking chewing gum in someone’s hair, groping and unwanted touch, hitting, kicking and pushing, manipulation and bribery. Bullying behaviour can be criminal behaviour if a child is harmed or threatened with harm and is always a child protection issue.Here is a list of organisations that can provide help, further advice and support:
Information for young people
The Diana Award, Anti-Bullying Campaign gives young people, teachers and parents the skills and confidence to tackle all forms of bullying
ditchthelabel.org - advice, research and content tailored to young people aged 13-25 aimed to reduce the prominence and harmful effect of bullying
kidscape.org.uk - website with information and resources relating to bullying and other child protection issues