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Bryan Adams: Uniting behind the lens

He may be more famous for his work behind the microphone than the camera, but now music legend Bryan Adams has teamed up with The Big Issue to produce a new photography book that captures portraits of Big Issue vendors and focuses on their stories in a whole new way.

As he prepares to release his latest album, he joins us to talk about new music, and creating the soundtrack behind Pretty Woman: The Musical.

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Only Fools and tattoos!

Just take a look at Only Fools And Horses enthusiast Dean Paine's £3,000 collection of tattoos!

As a lifelong fan of the show, Dean has no regrets - but do you have any tattoos that you wish you hadn't?

The Duchess of York pledges to fly helicopter in Natasha's honour

'Every day - I keep a picture of Natasha - and I talk to her, and so as I go by her every morning I say, 'Alright Natasha, we've got this'' - The Duchess of York

In July 2016, 15-year-old Natasha Ednan-Laperouse suffered a fatal allergic reaction on board a flight to Nice after eating an 'inadequately labelled' Pret a Manger baguette. Since then, her parents have continued to fight for Natasha’s Law - which calls for mandatory allergen labelling on all pre-packaged food.

Today, Environment Secretary Michael Gove will announce that Natasha's Law will be put into place this summer. And after meeting Tanya and Nadim Ednan-Laperouse as they flew back to the UK with their daughter’s body, Sarah, Duchess of York has been vocal in her support for the couple.

"It's a momentous day, because Natasha's Law is coming into fruition. And that will help all the people in this country - well over two million and growing - to have a safer life and avoid terrible consequences'"- Nadim Ednan-Laperouse

In her first ever This Morning appearance, Sarah Ferguson joins us alongside Tanya and Nadim to talk about uniting to ensure other lives can be saved and why she's planning to requalify as a helicopter pilot in memory of Natasha.

What is Natasha's Law?

Today, The Department of Enivronment, Food and Rural Affairs has announced that Natasha's Law will be put in place this summer with a two-year implementation period for businesses. Under current laws, food prepared on the premises in which it is sold (for example, stores like Pret a Manger) is not required to display allergen information in writing, or a full list of ingredients, meaning allergy sufferers sometimes lack confidence buying food.

The new legislation, known as Natasha’s Law, will tighten the rules by requiring foods that are pre-packed directly for sale to carry a full list of ingredients – giving allergy sufferers greater trust in the food they buy.

Meet Love Island evictee Joe Garratt

After a double dumping and a sizzling hot new arrival, Kem is here to give us the latest gossip from the Island! Plus, after Joe and Elma were booted from the villa after Tuesday’s re-coupling, Joe Garratt joins us in the studio to reveal how he really feels about Lucie, and hits back at his critics.