Boris Johnson has announced a range of new measures to combat the rapid rise in coronavirus cases in the UK - here are the key points
Iceman Wim Hof reveals how he saved Beyoncé’s concert, who will be playing him in a film about his life, and how to cure a hangover in just 20 minutes!
'I’ve never met anyone quite like Josie!' Alison Hammond opens up about her presenting pal and reveals the one essential she'd never holiday without!
The Health Secretary said the government will need to make tough decisions in the 'near future'
Louise and Charlie Draven swapped genders as parents of their seven-year-old son Star
It's the moment we've all been waiting for... after six months of social distancing, Phillip and Holly can even high five each other! Well, sort of...
Donald Fear became the first winner on last Friday's show.
Former Deputy Labour Leader Tom Watson and Dr Michael Mosley have both overcome diabetes diagnoses to change their lives for the better - here's how they did it
The footballer and actor paid tribute to the woman who he said was 'saved to save me'
Richard Stamp lost his penis to penile cancer in 2018 and embarked on a journey to find a replacement
Social gatherings of more than six people will be illegal in England from Monday 14 September
Phillip and Holly got quite the shock when he made his grand entrance
Here's everything you need to know about the government's new 'rule of six'
The teenager and her mother joined Phillip and Holly to share her story
The Good Morning Britain host told Phillip and Holly the coronavirus pandemic had 'changed' him
According to new research, our dogs really do love us!
The business magnate says he believes it's time to get back to work
They reached out to their inner unicorns with mixed results
Her trip to Liverpool was one of the best, errrr, bits of Monday's show
Beth Spiby left her career in retail and now makes £10,000 a month selling photos on website OnlyFans
Thinking of swiping right to find love? Alice Beer is here to talk through the top dating apps available for people of all ages.
This Morning's been named Best Daytime Show in the 2020 TV Choice Awards.
Denise passionately called for change in reporting Covid news and Dr Sara shared her expert opinion on the issue.
John Cleese has criticised the "stifling" effect of political correctness on creativity - saying there is no such thing as a "woke joke"!
Ministers are under fire for failing to provide "clarity" after Portugal and Greece remained on England's coronavirus quarantine exemption list.
As millions of children return to their classrooms, mum-of-two Kerrie Stanford is refusing to send her sons back, believing homeschooling them is safer.
The couple said they've taken nothing for granted since the arrival of their second son
Nicola Thorp and Rob Rinder debate the issue in This Morning's View.
They shared an emotional moment through a special 'cuddle curtain'.
Diners who took advantage of the Eat Out to Help Out initiative have been thanked by Rishi Sunak as some businesses plan to extend the savings themselves.
Low temperatures will end a month of "extreme" weather in the UK, which has included two named storms, a heatwave, and the hottest August day in 17 years.
Black Panther actor Chadwick Boseman has died at the age of 43 following a four-year battle with colon cancer, his family said in a statement.
It’s an ancient branch of wisdom similar to astrology - but instead of looking to the planets for guidance, numerology finds meaning through numbers.
We’ve sent her on rollercoasters and paddle boards but now Josie is tackling her most extreme challenge yet - as she takes on the fastest zipline in the world!
New reports says 88% of employees who worked at home during lockdown would like to continue doing so, with 47% wanting to do so often or all the time.
The AI helper can now understand regional ways of saying hello, as well as different regional names for dinner, a bread roll, sandwiches and mum and dad!
As the confusion over masks continues, there’s a new behavioural trend growing - abuse directed at those who can’t wear them for medical reasons.
Is Nigel Farage, who wants to ‘stick two fingers up’ to the BBC, out of touch with 21st century Britain? Political campaigner Femi Oluwole thinks so...
Secondary school pupils will have to wear masks in parts of England follows similar directions issued north of the border.
From improving your posture to focusing your mind, Paul McKenna shares his simple mood-boosting techniques to help improve your happiness.
Face coverings are already compulsory on public transport, in shops and most other public places - but will children soon have to wear them in school?
Secondary schools to be given "obligatory guidance" that pupils should wear face coverings when moving around schools, Scotland's Education Secretary confirms.
Glennon Doyle, author of Untamed, reveals the personal story that inspired the book that changed Adele's life, and how she plans to turn it into a TV series.
This autumn on This Morning will focus on escapism, celebrating the best that Britain has to offer, with brand new travel, beauty, cooking and animal series.
Boris Johnson has issued a plea to parents to send their children back to the classroom when schools reopen next month.
It’s nearly 20 years since Alison Hammond’s first appearance on TV as a Big Brother housemate, but now she reunites with Big Brother's Little Brother Dermot!
One primary school has hit headlines after they have announced that face masks will be mandatory for pupils as young as five.
It’s the row rocking the world of sport - after two players have been told they’re ‘no longer disabled enough’ to compete at wheelchair basketball.
Travellers to the UK from Croatia, Austria and Trinidad and Tobago will have to quarantine for 14 days on their return to the country, it has been announced.
With more of us shopping online than ever before, can we trust online reviews for advice? Alice Beer investigates, and shares advice for spotting fake reviews.
Rail commuters face an increase in season ticket prices of 1.6% despite people being urged to return to workplaces.
Are you anxious about your child returning to school? Or maybe your child is feeling nervous? The Speakmans take calls from teachers, parents and pupils.
Around 7,000 jobs are being axed at retail giant Marks & Spencer as part of a further shake-up of its stores and management in the face of the Covid-19 crisis.
Maura’s journey around Ireland ends with a trip on the Wild West Way.
Spencer Stevenson has spent more than £40,000 to achieve his dream head of hair - now he's warning others to do their homework.
GSCE students in Northern Ireland are to be awarded the grades predicted by their teachers, Stormont's Education Minister has announced.
France has been removed from the list of safe countries people can travel to without going into quarantine.
The Secretary of State for Education responds to accusations of 'chaos' on the morning that thousands of pupils across Britain receive A-level results.
Students are waking up to their A-level results amid last-minute changes to appeals, with around one in four entries expected to be awarded the top grades.
Travel expert Simon Calder gives his take on the holiday dilemma
Students in England will be able to use mock exam grades to progress to university, college courses and employment, the Education Secretary has announced.
She explains why she believes the stop and search system needs to be modified
Around 730,000 UK workers have been removed from the payrolls of British companies since March when the coronavirus lockdown began.
Beauty industry professionals tell us why they're fighting for their livelihood amid lockdown restrictions
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said it's our 'moral duty' to get all children back to school next month
The British government are "closely monitoring" coronavirus cases in France as the country's cases hit a two-month high.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge followed in the footsteps of Gavin and Stacey when they visited a Welsh seafront now a pilgrimage site for the show's fans.
One of our all-time favourite Irishmen, Jamie Dornan joins us for a chat all about his brand new film, Endings, Beginnings.
A heatwave is set to sweep over the UK over the next few years. For most of us, this is summer bliss - but what about our pets?
Virgin Atlantic could run out of money by the end of September if creditors do not approve a £1.2 billion bailout package, a court has heard.
It’s the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s staycation of choice, and now you can get the Royal treatment on the Isle of Scilly too.
One in five people who have received hospital treatment for coronavirus, could go onto develop life-threatening sepsis according to new research.
Hays Travel is to cut up to 878 jobs out of a total workforce of 4,500 people, the firm announced.
The government are encouraging people to eat out
Boris Johnson is reportedly considering asking over 50s to stay home under new plan to prevent a nationwide lockdown if there is a second wave of coronavirus.
She's really been missing her Little Mix 'sisters'
Our showbiz guru took a trip to the heart of the pottery land in Stoke-on-Trent to try her hand at glazing
Despite working hard throughout their lives, and living through World World II, over 75s will no longer automatically receive a free TV licence.
Percy Pig superfan had the character tattooed onto his leg
Could more countries find themselves back on the no-fly list? As concerns for holidaymakers continue, travel expert Simon Calder is back to take your calls.
Downing Street has warned "no travel is risk-free" after a coronavirus quarantine requirement for people arriving in the UK from Spain was reintroduced.
Mike Van Erp has been catching driving offenders since 2006 and is the road safety warrior who’s video footage led to Guy Ritchie’s six-month driving ban.
A new tax on goods sold online is being considered by ministers as part of efforts to protect the high street and repair the battered public finances.
Boris Johnson is leading a campaign to urge Britons to lose weight and improve their health.
They go to the bathroom together, eat the same foods and even share a boyfriend. Today Lucy and Anna shared with us their plans to get pregnant simultaneously.
A pet cat has fallen ill with coronavirus in the UK after apparently catching Covid-19 from its owners.
The pandemic has hit many bank balances hard, but for some now is the time to make the most of the savings you have in your bank account.
The UK has removed Spain from its list of safe countries to travel to, with those returning from the country needing to self-isolate for two weeks.
Travellers returning to any of the UK nations from Spain after midnight tonight will have to self-isolate for two weeks the Department for Transport confirms.
People buying a takeaway coffee are among those required by law to wear a face covering from 24 July.
PC Andrew Harper's widow has said she is "immensely disappointed" after three teenagers were cleared of his "barbaric" murder.
Campaigner Leah Butler-Smith - who has arranged anti-mask protests - says she won’t be wearing a face covering as it goes against our human rights.
A couple from Derby have given their four-month-old son one hell of a start in life, after winning a battle with their local registrar to call him Lucifer.
The government has been urged to protect people exempt from wearing a face covering after a charity highlighted "horrific" cases of exempt people being abused.
Public Health England (PHE) has warned parents not to buy face coverings for babies and young children due to the risk of choking and suffocation.
From 24 July, people will need to wear a face covering in shopping centres, banks, takeaway outlets and supermarkets under new English regulations.
A 400,000 passport application backlog is leaving some waiting up to four months to receive a new passport, leading to shattered holiday dreams.
Face coverings will be mandatory in shops and supermarkets from Friday - people will need to have their nose and mouth covered or face a fine of up to £100.
The top qualities of a 'modern man' include being affectionate, doing their fair share of cleaning, and being a vegan!
Controversial magazine editor Samantha Yardley claims life should made difficult for people who are obese, to force them to change their unhealthy lifestyles.