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Kerry Katona on cocaine addiction and help for addicts

25 May 2012 Last updated at 11:06 BST

Former pop star Kerry Katona claimed politicians do not want to deal with people with problems as she discussed her cocaine addiction.

During a debate about what the government should do for addicts with Michael Portillo, Alan Johnson and Andrew Neil, she explained how she spent £100,000 on rehabilitation.

The discussion was prompted by Iain Duncan Smith's speech to Alcoholics Anonymous, where he said the state must 'go further' to help addicts.

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