The statue of Reagan is divisive, humiliating and a sign of the West's selective judgements on human rights.
There are many things we know we should do, but we often don't: eat more vegetables, floss regularly, or visit the doctor about those worrying early symptoms.
A spokesperson for the Department of Work and Pensions defends the government's benefit cap plans.
Campbell Robb, chief executive of Shelter, criticises the government for "bulldozing" through badly thought out policies despite advice from experts.
Mark Serwotka, Public and Commercial Services union general secretary, accuses ministers of misleading the public over the welfare cap and its potential to increase homelessness.
Seyi Obakin, Centrepoint chief executive calls for the government to slow down and consider effects of welfare changes.