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There’s no harm done. I can’t cope, Dan. I feel like I’m going under. Look, you’ll get through this, darling. Thank you. You’ll get through this. Katie, listen to me. This isn’t your fault. You’ve done amazing. Dumped up here, on your own with two kids. You’ve done nothing to be ashamed of. Come on, you’re okay. Come on, wipe yourself. Come on… You’re okay. If my mum could see me… It’s okay. Look, these people are here to help you. You know, you’ve done nothing to be ashamed of. I’m so sorry. No, no, you’re all right. Can I get you anything else? I just felt really faint. D’you need some paper tissues or baby wipes? I’ll get you some baby wipes. Thank you. I felt really faint. Katie, can I get you something to eat? Would you like some soup or something? Yeah, yeah, yeah… If you could get her some water. Sure, yeah, anything. Yeah. You not want some food? Yeah, please, get… Even something sugary. I’ll get you a doughnut or something. Yeah, yeah? There’s no middlemen. Straight from the factory. Same quality as the shop. Same quality, exactly. Well, you’re gonna have to do us a deal. I couldn’t pay quid for this, though. If you go to the shop, they’re pounds. A hundred and fifty quid? I’m selling these for pounds. Only quid. See, they’ve still got the stickers on. Why are they ? The reason they’re is because there’s no middlemen, nothing. No middlemen, whatsoever. You and Piper, the top new businessmen. That’s my driver, Dan. I’ll give you a bloody driver. So no-one’s worn them before? No-one’s wore them. Nothing, look. Check the quality yourself. I’d probably wear them for the gym. I couldn’t say quid, mate. This is too expensive for quid. They’re pound in the shop. A hundred and fifty pound, yeah. Oh, Dan. You all right, mate? Hello, Joe. Aye, I’m all right, mate, aye. How are you doing? Erm, listen, we’re ganning, erm… We’re away down the pub the night. There’s a load of us ganning. There’s a band on, you know. We’re gonna sink a few pints. D’you fancy, fancy coming down? Aye, I’d murder a pint, mate, but I daresn’t. I’ve been telt to lay off the sauce, you know. Oh, really? But, listen, tell the lads I’ll come down and pop into the sawmill, eh? Oh, aye, aye, aye. You know, if you fancy it anyway, we’re all going down. So we might see you later, mate. Nice to see you, man. See you then. Ta-ta, see you. Message for Daniel Blake. Mr Blake, this is a call from the DWP decision maker. You should soon receive a letter which states that you have been deemed fit for work and not entitled to Employment and Support Allowance. If you need any further information, it’s available online. Thank you. ‘s sake. Hello? Hi, is that Daniel? Yes, it is. Hi. Hi, Daniel, it’s Harry Edwards here. We spoke the other day at the garden centre… Oh, yeah, yeah. …when you came down and handed your CV. How are you doing, mate? Are you all right? Yeah, yeah, I’m fine, thanks, yeah. Er, listen. I tell you what, mate, I’ve been going through all the CVs I’ve had handed over the last couple of weeks. And I really like the look of yours.