Welcome to Have Your Say
Welcome to Have Your Say, where we aim to offer you a platform to discuss and debate key stories making the news agenda.
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If you would like to suggest a topic for future discussion you can also do so here.
And don't forget, we are always keen to hear from you if you have seen or been involved in a news event yourself - here are the best ways to contact us with your stories, photos and video.
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