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The Daily Mirror campaign continued, publishing their readers' response to a poll to have the song itself banned, the single reached number two on the UK Singles Charts, and the track featured on the band's 1995 album Different Class.
Whilst undertaking these new editorial roles, Thornton began a second career in television; in February 1997 Thornton was given her first TV presenting job, on the ITV current affairs programme Straight Up.
I don't think anyone who listens to Sorted would come away thinking it had a pro drugs message.
If they did I would say they had misinterpreted it." The Daily Mirror printed his statement, but he was unhappy that the front page article written by Thornton contained the misquote "I don't want the sleeve to get in the way of what the record is saying, which is an anti-drugs message", which he felt over-simplified the song's meaning once again, he also criticised Thornton's decision to contact the father of a victim of an ecstasy-related death for a response.