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Two-thirds of public willing to pay more tax to fund social care, reports @vsmacdonald 

“It’s really hard to withdraw from opioids. It’s a form of torture.” Drugs and art and money. This is the billionaire family being blamed for the global opioid pandemic. For #Uncovered , @MinnieSteph5  takes a look at the Sacklers:

Boris Johnson says “people of talent” not “people of colour.” Our earlier tweet was a mistake. We misheard and we apologise.

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“As far as I’m aware she does not have any degree in economics.” “I was and I remain a professor of economics.” This is what happened when a Brexit Party MEP questioned the expertise of Green MEP Molly Scott Cato over post-Brexit trade.

“I honestly feel that if this was a white person attacked by an Asian…it’d be all over the news.” Acid attack victim tells #c4news  his story

"You're selling us self-consciousness." Jameela Jamil explains why she thinks the Kardashians are "double agents for the patriarchy", in the latest Ways to Change the World podcast.

Sir David Attenborough says it is "shameful" of the Prime Minister not to attend last night's climate change debate.  "I don't know what else he had to do, but it would have to be very, very important to dodge this one." Snow meets Attenborough. Tonight at 7pm on Channel 4.

These two ice sculptures - which represent the emergency on planet earth - will take the place of Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage tonight after they declined our invitation to attend a party leaders' #ClimateDebate  Tune in at 7pm on 4 and here on Twitter:

"Every generation pretends gang crime is a new problem." Rapper and author Akala says the social indicators of violence have "remained identical for almost 200 years".

The British Army’s Household Division play Aretha Franklin’s ‘Respect’ at Buckingham Palace on the day of the Queen of Soul’s funeral

"Aleppo is a place where the children have stopped crying." Scenes of sheer terror and grief in the last hospital in the last days of Aleppo

Donald Trump says his letter from Kim Jong-un was “a very nice letter”. Eight minutes later, he says he hasn’t opened it yet.

“Blame us. Blame Westminster. Do not blame Brussels for our own country's mistakes and do not be angry at us for telling you the truth. Be angry at the chancers who sold you a lie.” says that voters were misled during the 2016 EU referendum. #78DaysToBrexit 

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