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Rst countable spaces are ℵ1 -collectionwise Hausdorﬀ ? This question is just something that I expected would have a positive answer but couldn’t make any headway on. Shelah  showed that ♦∗ implies that normal ﬁrst countable spaces are ℵ1 -collectionwise Hausdorﬀ and every other separation theorem which used normality eventually was extended to countable paracompactness (see Watson  and Burke’s use of PMEA). The real question here is vague: “is there a distinction between the separation properties of normality and countable paracompactness”.
One expects ﬁrst countability to be a big help but so far it seems useless in this context. The drawback to this question is that if the answer is no, one ﬁrst has to solve the set-theoretic question and then ﬁgure out how to lower the character from the continuum to ℵ0 . Getting the character down is always interesting. On the other hand, if there is a theorem, that might involve a hard look at the weak version of ♦ invented by Keith Devlin (Devlin and Shelah ) and lots of people would be interested in an essential use of that axiom.