"I have never known mental health services to be in a worse state than they are right now."
I didn't think death was always pretty but this is a little more grim than I expected.
"You had absolutely no business changing my life in a 60-second video."
"My husband is eating potato chips super loud so I guess we’re arguing now."


Organisers must fork over tens of thousands of dollars following Lana's performance on Friday night.
The singer's appearance at the February ceremony marked her return to public life nearly two years after revealing her stiff-person syndrome diagnosis.


Prime minister said it "wouldn't be appropriate" for Jens Stoltenberg to address The Guardian's point about the military promise if the Tories lose the election.
It's part of a larger package worth $95 billion that will go to the Senate, where approval may take time but is considered almost certain.
"Terror must be defeated completely and everywhere, not more in some places and less in others."


The Today programme host has a few things to say about Nigel Farage and Jacob Rees-Mogg too.
The former PM was the one who called the EU referendum in the first place.
The bill would also ban the popular video-sharing app TikTok in the US next year unless it is divested from its Chinese parent company.
He's not the first PM to suddenly find more cash for defence in their hour of need.
The deportation bill passed through parliament shortly before midnight on Monday.
The prime minister says the UK will spend 2.5% of GDP on the armed forces by 2030, after previously refusing to do so.
The PM is keen to get planes to Rwanda off the ground, but is yet to show the same enthusiasm to get alleged rape cases through the courts.
Illegal migration minister Michael Tomlinson made the admission as he clashed with Mishal Husain.

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