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We are delighted to have been long-listed for the 2015 TV Choice Award for Best Daytime Programme.

To celebrate, we want to hear what you love about Good Morning Britain! Do you have a favourite presenter or a stand-out guest from the past year? Perhaps a particularly funny moment springs to mind where something didn't go to plan live on air? We'd love to hear from you.

Get in touch via Facebook, Twitter or by emailing us at gmb@itv.com before 8am on Tuesday 2 June 2015. We may share your comments on the show. You must be 18 or over, full terms and conditions at itv.com/terms.

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Jules and Matisse on winning the BGT crown

I've not really come back down to earth yet

– Jules on her BGT win

The competition is over and the public have spoken - The Britain's Got Talent winners for 2015 are Jules and Matisse. They join us live in the studio to talk about their amazing win, the judges comments and their excitement to be playing at The Royal Variety Performance for the Queen!

Watch Stephen Mulhern chat to Jules and Matisse on the BGT website

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One in five schoolchildren skip breakfast

One in four secondary school children say they start the day without breakfast, and over two thirds aged five to 16 are not drinking enough fluids, according to research conducted by the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) among over 8,800 school children from across the UK.

The survey was conducted as part of BNF's Healthy Eating Week 2015, launched today by HRH The Princess Royal. Over 7,400 nursery, primary and secondary schools across the UK are participating, during which a 2.5 million of the UK's schoolchildren will be learning valuable lessons about healthy eating, cooking, food provenance and the benefits of physical activity.

Richard Gaisford joins us live from Bristol with families with younger children who are taking part in Healthy Eating Week.

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New drug therapy hailed as cancer breakthrough

It is heralding a new era of cancer therapies

– Dr Hilary Jones

A new combination drug therapy offers new hope for cancer patients, with scientists claiming the breakthrough is the closest they've come to a cure for the disease.

A British-led trial on 945 patients with advanced melanoma found treatment with immune-boosting drugs ipilimumab and nivolumab stopped the cancer advancing for nearly a year in 58 percent of cases.

Dr Hilary Jones joins us to tell us more about what doctors are hailing as a 'spectacular' breakthrough.

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