What are your thoughts on immigration?

Today sees a committee of MPs launch an inquiry into the subject of immigration and we want to know your thoughts. The Home Affairs Select Committee will be holding events around the UK to find out what people want.

What do you want when it comes to immigration? What do you think the government should do? What kind of controls would you like to see in place?

Let us know by sending your comments/self filmed videos and your contact details to gmb@itv.com by 8pm this evening.

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Have you got a pet that went from fat to fit?

Oscar

Meet Oscar. This is the Spaniel that has been crowned PDSA Pet Fit Club Champ of 2016 after shedding an incredible 1st 5lbs.

You can check out the results of Oscar's transformation on tomorrow morning's show, where we will also be joined with a vet with top nutritional tips for your pet.

Have you got an overweight pet? Or one that has gone from fat to fit?
Send us your pictures of your pets to gmb@itv.com by 9pm tonight.

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Susanna and Kate age 40 years for GMB's 1 Million Minutes campaign

Our presenters Susanna Reid and Kate Garraway were aged 40 by makeup artists ahead of our 1 Million Minutes campaign which launches next week.

The pair were aged by a professional team, who have previously worked on Game Of Thrones and Star Wars. They applied prosthetic wrinkles and age spots to their skin and fitted them with grey wigs.

Watch Kate's dramatic transformation below

And here's Susanna's transformation...

Susanna and Kate took part in the experiment to get an understanding of how it feels to be older.

For the campaign, viewers are being asked to pledge their time to volunteer for a lonely, older person this Christmas. Over a million older people in England are chronically lonely and have been dealing or coping with loneliness for years, according to Age UK.

By pledging just fifteen minutes to an hour to speak to an older person, help make them lunch or do some shopping for them, GMB hopes to make a difference to lots of lives. The ambition is to receive a total pledge of one million minutes.

Average child's birthday party now costs £200

Forget the innocent days of pass the parcel and jelly and icecream - the average child's birthday party now costs more than £200, new research claims today.

Photographers and £100 cakes are commonplace as parents try to out-do each other - and give in to 'pester-power' from their offspring, according to a survey commissioned by Nationwide Current Accounts.

How much have you forked out for your child's party? Let us know on Facebook and Twitter.

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Would you pay privately for your bin collection?

Furious householders are paying hundreds of pounds for a private contractor to take their rubbish after council bin collections were cut to just once every three weeks.

Angry families in Bury say they have no option but to sign up for a collection that they should be getting already in return for paying council tax.

Would you pay privately for your rubbish to be collected? Let us know by 8pm tonight, November 1st.

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