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About Us,Contact Us,Just out of high school in Marin County, California, and free to attend any of the six colleges that have accepted him, Nic Sheff (Timoth Chalamet) is handsome, whip smart and completely addicted to drugs, chiefly crystal meth. “It takes the edge off stupid, all day reality,” he explains to his father David (Steve Carell, superb), a journalist whose love for Nic and desire to be his best pal have blinded him to the truth of his son’s life. The imperfect yet affecting new film Beautiful Boy, based on memoirs by the real life Nic and David, examines addiction and its effects on one family.
EXCLUSIVE: A report by the English Labour Network issues a stark warning about the crisis facing the party and claims it cannot hold power unless it appeals to English votersLondon gets 565 more investment per person every year than rest of UK, experts sayThe BudgetThe gaping chasm in the amount of cash pumped into the capital compared with elsewhere in the country was disclosed by the Institute for Fiscal Studies in the run up to next month’s BudgetLabour MP outlines why the party needs to be back in power to deliver for votersLabour PartyLabour MP Darren Jones writes exclusively for the Mirror as Labour’s 120th birthday approaches. He talks about the commission he is launching to try and help get the party back into governmentLabour should not choose ‘Continuity Corbyn’ as new leader, warns defeated MPLabour PartyCandidates bidding to succeed Jeremy Corbyn will set out their plans for recapturing the party’s traditional heartlands vital building blocks to form the majority need for Labour to return to government on Sunday at the Mirror hustings. On the fifth and final day of the Mirror’s tour of “Red Wall”, Deputy Political Editor BEN GLAZE visits Wolverhampton North East.Labour must become a centre left party to ever win again, warns defeated MPLabour PartyOn day four of the Mirror’s tour of “Red Wall” constituencies which crumbled in December, Daily Mirror Deputy Political Editor Ben Glaze visits Delyn, North WalesWhy Labour cannot rely on voters flocking back once Jeremy Corbyn is goneLabour PartyLabour leadership candidates take part in the Mirror’s hustings on Sunday, setting out their plans to revive the party.