Deleting unnecessary yes/no points

I accidentally posted the same point twice. How do I delete one of them?
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  • You cant. Being a wiki we dont really want everyone to be able go through everything and delete it all as I am sure someone would do it! Tell me the debate/point and I can do it.
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  • The debate is 'wild swimming is better than indoor swimming', and there are duplicate points for 'It's better for you' and 'Britain doesn't have a climate favourable to outdoor swimming'. Thanks
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  • Done.

    I am still not sure why this happens. It should not be possible as when you try to post the same point twice the site does not allow it saying that the headline is already taken.

    must be some glitch somewhere.
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  • can you also just delete all the points on the "british muslims should help britain's poor first" my computer went haywire, I will redo the whole debate
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  • Yes certainly I can (done)

    in case you wanted to use some of what you had before I copied it here:

    Agenda
    Poverty is still prevalent in Britain, for instance research shows that in 2007/08, 131⁄2 million people in the UK were living in households below this low-income threshold. This is around a fifth (22%) of the population.[[http://www.poverty.org.uk/summary/key... ]] Although relatively small to other countries, poverty is poverty and it is unacceptable. It should be stopped.

    Participation
    Muslims who are tax payers, and who are politically active should help a society in which they help regularly. Muslims use the police, NHS, libraries and museums. Surely, if they benefit from this society and are active in this society, they should help its poor.

    Welfare State
    Although poverty does still exist in Britain today, people in Britain are able to use a wide range of services due to the fact that our government operates a welfare state system. We have access to the NHS, benefits, job seekers allowance and disability benefits. Throughout Britain there are many charities and organizations that are open to help alleviate poverty in Britain such as Shelter and the Big Issue. The availability of these organizations which work to constantly alleviate poverty ensure that although poverty exists in Britain, it is a relativity smaller issue compared to that of the Asian or African continents.

    Identity
    Many Muslims feel that their are not truly British. The Muslims Identity is a controversial topic, particularly exacerbated by the current attacks on Muslims concerning terrorism and Islamophobia. After 9/11 and 7/7, many Muslims find it difficult to identify themselves as British as they are attacked by British media and in some cases political opposition i.e. BNP and with respect to the burqa issue. Generally, this feeling can mean that British Muslims or rather Muslims that reside in Britain may feel slightly distant from the poverty that exists, hence Zakat goes to their orginal countries or other organizations.
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