Faced with expensive medical bills abroad?

Have you been faced with expensive medical bills abroad because you didn't get travel insurance? Did you assume your European Health Card (EHIC) would cover you if you became ill on holiday in Europe?

Good Morning Britain want to hear your stories. If you can help, please email gmb@itv.com or get in touch on Twitter or Facebook. We need to hear from you by 1pm on Tuesday 29th July. You must be 18 and over, for full terms and conditions please visit itv.com/terms

Spandau's Tony is on tour

Spandau Ballet frontman Tony Hadley joins us to talk about about his brand new orchestra tour in theatres up and down the country, his part in the rewind festival, and the Tony Hadley Golf Classic.

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Father's blog becomes inspiration to parents

When it first hit the 100s it was amazing, people from around the world [contacted us] - Sweden, North America, Australia, the Maldives.

– Wayne Little, Daisy Mae's father

It started as a way to cope and to keep loved ones informed, but a blog written by a father about his premature baby's fight for survival has now become an inspiration to tens of thousands of people.

Daisy-Mae was born 103 days early, weighing the same as a loaf of bread. We spoke to parents Wayne and Jen Little.

Find out more about Daisy Mae here

Is the high street making a comeback?

Our high streets are very resilient and we've got to capitalise on that.

– MP Penny Mordaunt

In recent years, we've seen a steady decline in the high street - in fact, in the last 14 years, 25,000 town centre shops have shut, but now it seems our high streets may be making a comeback.

A new report shows more people are shunning big out of town superstores and spending their money locally. We spoke to high streets minister MP Penny Mordaunt.

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The youngest soldier to go to war

It is almost inexplicable, but you have to remember he is unique.

– Richard Van Emden

All this week Good Morning Britain is marking the centenary of World War One, and we're featuring some incredible stories.

Today we spoke to Richard Van Emden who discovered the story of Sidney Lewis, the youngest soldier to go to war - at the age of just 12.

Find out about Susanna Reid's first World War past

Sean Fletcher's World War I secret