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1 Million Minutes: Thank you for pledging your time to help end loneliness
This year’s 1 Million Minutes campaign has raised an amazing total of 117,172,140 minutes.
Good Morning Britain Young Fundraiser of the Year Award 2022
Good Morning Britain Young Fundraiser of the Year Award
GMB Exclusive: Ukraine's First Lady Olena Zelenska on the support the UK has given to Ukraine
She also reveals that she hasn't seen her husband since the war began.
GMB launches special 'Listening Benches' in a bid to tackle loneliness
Our 'Listening Benches' can be found in six cities around the UK
Colin Salmon directs new film to launch our Million Minutes campaign
Hollywood actor Colin Salmon emotionally explains his personal connection to the story
Watch the film for GMB's Million Minutes campaign to help end loneliness
It has never been more important for us to talk about feeling lonely
Laura Tobin reports on the devastating impact of climate change
Svalbard is known for glaciers and polar bears but it's changing fast.
Andi Peters' 3-2-1 pancake recipe
It really is as simple as 3, 2, 1... But they are flippin' good
The Archbishop of Canterbury confirms he did not marry Prince Harry and Meghan three days before the Royal Wedding
'The legal wedding was on the Saturday,' Justin Welby confirmed to Italy’s La Repubblica newspaper.
Craig Revel Horwood talks Strictly 2021 and who the judges might be this year
Craig Revel Horwood spoke to today’s Good Morning Britain about Strictly’s 2021 series and lockdown easing.
Boris Johnson urges the country to remain cautious as lockdown eases
'More deaths are inevitable.'
Tips for coping with everyday pain
If you’re managing joint and muscle pain, we’ve teamed up with Voltarol to share some helpful daily tips to help ease the burden
Lockdown easing Q&A: Dr Hilary Jones and Richard Gaisford explain the new restrictions
The rule of six and outdoor sports are allowed from today
EXCLUSIVE: George Floyd's sister LaTonya on her brother's death as the trial of Derek Chauvin begins
“It’s been hell. We don’t get to see him, we don’t get to hold him, to talk to him. It’s so painful."
Robert Jenrick challenged on whether he regrets extending free school meals
The Housing Secretary says he has 'always believed in ensuring that children get the support they need.'
Ed Miliband calls for electric car revolution but admits he doesn't own one
The Shadow Business Secretary said he's "definitely been in an electric car".
Home Secretary Priti Patel on asylum shake-up and border rules
"Lives are being put at risk, lives are being lost."
Boris Johnson promises 'fitting and permanent memorial' to the people who have died with Covid-19 in the past year
The Prime Minister made the announcement on the anniversary of the first national lockdown in the UK
'I regret all of the deaths' - Matt Hancock reflects on the anniversary of the UK's first national lockdown
The Health Secretary also responds to calls for a public inquiry over the handling of the pandemic to happen sooner rather than later.
French MEP says EU is 'not blocking' exports of coronavirus vaccines to the UK
Véronique Trillet-Lenoir says the EU are just asking AstraZeneca to 'follow its commitment'