England's Laura Bassett on being back home

We should have been there

– Laura Bassett on yesterday's Women's World Cup final

Good Morning Britain's Nick Dixon caught up with footballer Laura Bassett as England's Women's World Cup team arrived on home soil today following their defeat against Japan in the semi-final.

Bassett, who was devastated after scoring an own goal during injury time, tell us how she's feeling after the tournament and of how she's looking forward to talking about the experience with her family and friends.

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Fancy Richard presenting from your front room?

Is your family obsessed with celebrities? Fixated with The X Factor? Gaga for gossip? We want to hear from you!

Richard Arnold is going on the road from July 27 - 31 and will be presenting our entertainment news live from front rooms across the UK each morning.

Would you like Richard to visit your family home? If so, email us a short video telling us about your family, where you live and why you'd like a visit from Richard. Videos should be no longer than 30 seconds. Please film the video landscape on your mobile phone and email it to gmb@itv.com before 11pm on Friday July 17.

In your email please also include the names and ages of all participating family members, your address, contact number and your availability for filming between July 27-31. We may share your videos on the show. You must be 18 or over, participation terms and conditions can be found at itv.com/terms.

Good Murray Britain!

I say it's like a mixture of nausea and a heart attack!

– Judy Murray on watching Andy play

Judy Murray, mother of Wimbledon champion Andy Murray, chats to GMB about her nerves as both Andy and Jamie play at Wimbledon today.

Judy is backing an initiative to encourage more women into tennis. Miss-Hits launched last July and is specifically targeted at girls aged five to eight years old.

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Dementia patients aren't getting enough help

GPs say that families looking after someone suffering from dementia aren't getting enough help from the NHS. A survey from the Alzheimer's Society suggests that 77 per cent of GPs believe their patients have to rely on friends, neighbours and unpaid carers for support.

In its latest annual dementia report out today, the Alzheimer's Society is pressing for a national action plan to combat dementia over the next five years.

We're joined by Pippa and her husband, Rob. Four years ago Pippa was diagnosed with Benson's syndrome, a rare type of dementia and Rob says they has no support.

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