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BBC News wants to know what questions you'd like us to look into. Our correspondents and reporters are waiting to investigate the stories which matter most to you. What else would you like them to research?

Health correspondent Nick Triggle answered a question from Andrew Toppleman who asked us to find out why the NHS spends money on homeopathy.

Education correspondent Sean Coughlan answered Kirsty's question on whether the university you go to really matters, while the BBC's environmental analyst Roger Harrabin investigated Tim Glover's question on fracking.

If you need some inspiration take a look at some of the other questions we've answered.

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