GMB Investigates

Are you a stressed out doctor working for the NHS?

Over half of doctors don’t feel appreciated at work and are considering leaving due to stress, according to recent research which shows more than 80 percent are feeling increased pressure due to changes within the profession.

If this is something that sounds all too familiar to you, Good Morning Britain wants to hear from you.

We are investigating what it's really like to work within the NHS and how stress is affecting doctors' mental health.

If you are a doctor working in the NHS, either in a hospital or practise, then please get in touch by emailing with your name, phone number and personal experience.

All emails are confidential and we can speak to you anonymously if you wish to share your story.

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Piers gets the death stare from Prue!

Prue Leith is on a mission to improve hospital food - and gave Piers Morgan the death stare when he dared swerve the conversation anywhere else this morning!

The Great British Bake Off judge is demanding that the Government implements enforceable legal food standards in the NHS, in the same way that prison and school meals are regulated, as she claims hospital food is failing patients.

Does your child know how to dial 999?

A GMB investigation has revealed a shocking failure by many parents to prepare their children for an emergency.

Seventy percent of parents have never practised what to do in an emergency and 40 percent of parents don’t know if their six to eight year old could call 999.

Out of the eight children we tested, three couldn't dial 999 from a mobile and half struggled to give their address.

Watch the investigation in full above.

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Are you breaking the bank for your 11 year old's prom?

Are you the parent of a 11 year old who is preparing for their prom? We are looking for a parent to appear on the show who is breaking the bank to give their 11 year old everything they want for their very first prom.

If you've had dramas about the dress, hair scares or can't decide between a limo or a taxi - we want to hear from you. Email us at by Wednesday 5 July 2017 at 4pm. Terms and conditions can be found at

GMB’S Holiday Zone wants to hear from you!

Are you struggling to find a summer holiday within your budget? Whether you’re a family big or small, travelling alone or even as part of a larger group – if you’re planning a holiday, GMB wants to hear from you.

Our travel expert can help a selected few find the perfect holiday.

For a chance to receive our help, e-mail us at before Tuesday 11 July and provide the following information:

Toddlers and technology addiction: What you need to know

Children aged two and under have as much as three hours of screen time a day, a Good Morning Britain One poll has found.

Leading psychologist Dr Aric Sigman says we could be creating a nation of addicts hooked on online gaming and the internet and we should follow Australia's lead and advise no screen time for under twos.

Behavioural Specialist Lorrine Marer gave us her top tips on policing your child's use of technology in the home - watch her tips above.

We also spoke to a mum whose little one would throw a tantrum if she took away his devices and what she did to overcome the struggle with the help of Dr Sigman - watch below to hear her alarming story.

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