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Graham Norton says Twitter is in danger of becoming 'no-go area' due to trolls

Graham Norton says Twitter is in danger of becoming a "no go area" comparing it to a neighbourhood which has become "rough and dangerous".

The TV presenter has an account on social media but rarely uses it and says being a judge on BBC's Ru Paul's Drag Race UK made him realise how fortunate he was to build up his career before social media.

Graham, 58, said: "The drag fans are really lovely. But I am aware there is this toxic cabal - and if they don't like one of the drag queens, they go for them in a horrible way. "If you’re in bed at night reading horrible comments about yourself, who knows what damage that does to you? "I feel for young people who think they have to engage on those platforms." He continued: "I don't think we’re any

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