On Monday, Good Morning Britain launched the 1 million minutes campaign asking viewers to give the gift of time for someone who might be lonely.
GMB has teamed up with six charities who all work with people who are lonely. Alzheimer's society, Grief Encounter, The Not Forgotten, The Silver Line, Re-engage (formerly Contact the Elderly) and the Princes Trust.
On the show, we were joined by the adorable Sophia who sadly lost her mother Shanifa to breast cancer when she was just three years old. She was joined by her father Asif and they both praised how Grief Encounter has helped them after their loss.
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Shadow Education Secretary Angela Rayner told Good Morning Britain that Jeremy Corbyn might watch the Queen’s Speech on catch-up.
Her comment was made in response to an interview with Corbyn airing on ITV this evening in which the Labour leader said he watches the Queen's Speech in the morning, despite it always being shown in the afternoon.