Over the past few months the James Bond rumour mill has suggested almost every British actor under the age of 50 is being considered to portray 007.
Very recently it became almost certain Tom Hiddleston would be stepping into Daniel Craig's shoes - until now! That's because actress Gillian Anderson has officially thrown her name into the ring, tweeting an image of herself dressed as 'Jane Bond'.
We want to know if you think a female should replace Craig as Bond? Or do you think the secret agent should only be played by a man? Is it time for a change? Please take our poll below before 8.30am on Tuesday 24 May 2016.
A mother has sparked a heated online debate after admitting that she begrudges paying her babysitter the minimum wage.
The woman - who goes by the alias Niloufes on parenting site Mumsnet - said her babysitter had requested a pay rise from £6 an hour to £7.20, in line with the minimum wage. The mother went on to say she felt £7.20 was a bit steep for 'just sitting and watching TV'.
Do you think baby sitters should be paid the minimum wage? Perhaps you think they should be paid even more? Or do you agree with this lady that £7.20 is a bit much? We'd love to hear from you!
Millionaire businesswoman and Dragon's Den star Sarah Willingham has sparked controversy by admitting that she doesn't give her kids pocket money. Instead, she pays them for work so they better understand the value of money.
Do you believe in giving pocket money? Or do you reward your children for completing chores around the home? We'd love to hear from you!
The Royal College of Midwives has faced controversy after calling for the legal limits on abortion to be scrapped.
The RCM said, "The continued criminalisation of abortion in the UK may drive women to access abortion services which are neither safe nor legal". Midwives have been told they will have the option to not participate in later abortions. However, many midwives are in open revolt.
Do you agree that women should be able to terminate their pregnancy at any stage? Or do you think the legal abortion limit should remain at 24 weeks? We'd love to hear from you.
A 27-year-old woman has started a petition demanding a change in workplace rules after she was sent home without pay for refusing to wear high heels.
Nicola Thorp turned up on the first day of her temp job working as a receptionist for PwC offices in London wearing flat shoes and was asked to go out and buy shoes that had two to four inch heels by Portico, the company who recruited her into the role. When she refused she was sent home without being paid.
She has since started a petition online to urge the government to make it illegal for a company to require women to wear high heels at work, which has gathered thousands of signatures.
What do you think? Should employers have the right to tell their women workers what to wear or is this sexist and outdated? Let us know your thoughts in time for our discussion on this subject on Thursday's show. Comment on our Facebook page, tweet us or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 8am on Thursday 12 May.
Patients are being sent home alone, afraid and unable to cope - and in some cases without their relatives or carers being told.
In 2014-2015 the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman investigated 211 complaints about hospital discharge - an increase of a third compared to the previous year.
We'd like to hear if you or anyone you know has experienced this first-hand? Do you think patients are rushed out the door? Or do you think it's equally important to free-up beds and space in hospitals for other patients? We'd love to hear from you.
Is your family split about staying in the European Union? Maybe Mum thinks ones way but Dad's the other - or perhaps opinion is divided between generations?
Ahead of the EU referendum on 23 June, Good Morning Britain would like to hear from families with differing views on whether we should stay or go.
If your family is torn on the subject we'd love to hear from you - you and your family members could play a vital role in our coverage of the referendum.
Please get in touch at email@example.com by midnight on Friday 13 May with the heading EU Referendum with a few lines about why you feel your family fits the bill and a contact number.
People heading for holidays in Majorca, Ibiza, Menorca and Malta could be hit with a new 'tourist tax'.
Families could face a bill of up to £70 after the government of the Balearic Islands introduce the new eco-tax which will fund the protection of the islands.
Holidaymakers are accusing the islands of cashing in following terror attacks in Egypt and Tunisia last year.
Do you feel this tax is valid? Will this affect your choice on where to go for your holiday this year?