Good Morning Britain is going to be discussing whether or not the father of a baby should be present at the birth of his child, and we want to hear your opinion.
Are you still waiting for your passport and chasing up the passport office because you've got a holiday coming up?
We'd like to hear if you think your passport is caught up in the backlog and what you've been doing to get your application fast tracked. Get in touch on Twitter, Facebook or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org before 1pm on Sunday 27 July. You must be 18 and over, terms at itv.com/terms.
Lack of childcare during school holidays is costing Britain's economy almost £100 million a year, The Family and Childcare Trust has said.
According to the organisation, taking sick days or giving up work altogether are the only options for some parents during their children's six week summer break. Experts say a combination of unaffordable prices, lack of holiday childcare and inflexible employers is not only causing stress for parents, but also has a knock on effect for UK businesses and the economy.
Working mum Shona Sibary says she leaves her four-year-old daughter at home alone, but Emma B feels differently. Watch the debate to find out who you agree with.
We want to hear your stories about childcare problems over the summer holidays. Have you ever been forced to leave your children home alone?
Are you worried you'll struggle to make payments on your mortgage when interest rates rise? Are you on the brink of losing your home?
Good Morning Britain are hoping to interview somebody who feels their finances are overstretched by their mortgage. If you think you could help, please get in touch on Twitter, Facebook or by emailing email@example.com. You must be 18 years or older. Replies must be received by 12pm 23 July. Full terms at itv.com/terms.
The long school summer holidays are here - are you having a childcare nightmare? Are you a working parent desperately trying to juggle? How much is it costing you?
Good Morning Britain would love to hear from you. Get in touch on Twitter, Facebook or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org before 5pm today and we may contact you about being on the show. You must be 18 and over, terms at itv.com/terms.
British couples are heading to the US in order to choose the sex of their child, a practice which is currently illegal in the UK - according to fertility specialist, Dr. Daniel Potter. It's development of IVF - the embryos are tested to see what gender they are before being implanted.
Dr. Potter, who runs the largest fertility clinic on the West Coast of America, has seen visits from UK women rise by 20% this year. In total, 750 babies have been born to UK mothers since Dr. Potter began practicing in 1997 and he has been responsible for around 3,500 births globally, with patients travelling from all 50 US states and 74 countries.
We'd like to know what your thoughts are on choosing the gender of your baby...
British couples are heading to the US in order to choose the sex of their child, a practice which is currently illegal in the UK - according to fertility specialist, Dr. Daniel Potter.
We're looking for parents who have done this - and taken part in the developed IVF to determine the sex of their child - and we may want to speak to you about appearing on the show.
We might have already had a taste of it, but this weekend the stormy weather is well and truly meant to set in, and Laura wants your stormy weather pictures so we can take a look at the sights you've been seeing across Britain!
Send us your photos via Twitter, Facebook, share them on Instagram or by email email@example.com before 8am Monday 21 July and we might show your photos on the show! You must be 18 and over, terms at itv.com/terms