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When @Richardaarnold met @alicecooper🎸 The legendary rocker tells Richard how giving up drugs and alcohol saved his life and how much he misses the ‘drug’ of touring as he hopes he can get back on the road this year. His new album Detroit Stories is out today. https://t.co/bWe0CnNEDJ
‘He genuinely cares. He was there on the frontline with us.’ Former Marine @MarkOrmrod has the ‘utmost respect’ for Prince Harry and says he has to do what’s best for his family. Mark says despite being stripped of his title, Harry will always be one of the Marines. https://t.co/5cvrvMc8PU
‘It does surprise me because I don’t know where the ’toxic’ has come from.’ 'I wonder what's got into his head.' After Prince Harry’s revealing and explosive interview with James Corden @ArthurJEdwards says Harry’s issue with the British press only began after Meghan arrived. https://t.co/jXcW9q8rre
‘Judge people by actions.’ Justice Secretary Robert Buckland refuses to say whether Matt Hancock should apologise for being found guilty of unlawful conduct. @kategarraway challenges him that the public are fined for small offences whether they ‘meant it or not’. https://t.co/9D95TOT94y
‘There are lots of people out there who are a bit scared… and the Queen has demonstrated it is the right thing to do.’ Justice Secretary Robert Buckland tells GMB we can trust the Queen to ‘get it right’ and her intervention ‘goes beyond politics’. https://t.co/qOLjHYhvbc
‘I’ve got huge empathy for both of them and why can’t they have a voice.’ @patsy_kensit says she empathises with Prince Harry and Meghan after his revealing interview with James Corden. She herself faced a lot of attention from the British media. https://t.co/E2veFUGjg4
‘Trust me when the press want to be on your case… If they want to get a story they will do anything.’ ‘They build you up to knock you down.’ @frankbrunoboxer says he can relate to Prince Harry's struggles with the British press and how he suffered at the height of his career. https://t.co/J0Xyrqp9dC
‘I don’t have any demons because I go to the gym.’ @frankbrunoboxer reunites with Mike Tyson for the first time in 31 years after their legendary rivalry in a new documentary. He tells @Benshephard and @kategarraway how he controls depression in his life. https://t.co/q5MzndUL47
‘Don’t just rely on those that have the loudest voices.’ @iaindale says those most vulnerable to the virus such as taxi or bus drivers should be prioritised for the vaccine next, rather than teachers who have ‘loud voices’ in society. He says it should be based on risk. https://t.co/efV2dQaFTn
The Queen said people ‘should think about others not themselves’ as she urged the nation to take the vaccine. @DramirkhanGP says he doesn’t think she was calling people selfish but was thinking of those who can’t take the vaccine for medical reasons. https://t.co/ETYuUX3nQG