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Dan Martin
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Dan Martin May 20
Interesting given Leicester’s more than likely to get a WPL in the future
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Dan Martin May 19
Replying to @SharmoJourno
Actually never heard that before. I'd be lying if I said I'd never tapped out before
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Dan Martin May 19
Journalist's Golden Rule is never criticize someone else's typo because it'll return and smash you in the jaw but ?
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Cllr Adam Clarke May 19
Pleased & proud to have been asked by to take on a new environment & transportation portfolio. Huge but exciting challenges ahead, working with some great people.
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Dan Martin May 19
So do you get to sell the work place parking levy to Joe Public? Good luck..
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Dan Martin May 19
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Ole Ryborg May 18
So please explain - is this how you celebrate in Manchester? Im quite sure and his team would have looked a bit different after a victory :-)
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Nicky Morgan MP May 18
So, one of the Norwegian singers is apparently an ex-MP - there’s hope for all of us
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Dan Martin May 18
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Dan Martin May 18
Not sure I’d have the minerals to paint over him
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Dan Martin May 18
Maybe a John Travolta?
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Dan Martin May 18
Someone’s vandalised This. Is. Not. On
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Dan Martin May 17
Posting the identities of sexual offence victims on social media increases the likelihood offenders will escape prosecution It’s that simple and it’s why the law grants victims anonymity For life
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Dan Martin May 17
BTW this really isn’t a lecture for people but a genuine warning There are sometimes serious consequences that come from tapping out a few words and hitting post
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Dan Martin May 17
Replying to @mikeysewell
Yeah I know. But really not the point I was trying to get across here
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Dan Martin May 17
Replying to @Danjamesmartin
Josh here, for example, was reluctant to contact the police about his abusers. The support of his family AND the protection of anonymity persuaded him to take that massive step. Result - they’re in jail
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Dan Martin May 17
Posting the identities of sexual offence victims on social media increases the likelihood offenders will escape prosecution It’s that simple and it’s why the law grants victims anonymity For life
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Jonathan Calder May 16
Liberal England: Chairman of Leicester Conservative resigns over election results
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Dan Martin May 17
A spot-on description of the new Lord Mayor of Leicester.....
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Dan Martin May 17
Replying to @Danjamesmartin
.....Because the law is there for VERY good reasons - mainly so victims aren't aren't afraid to give the evidence that can get sex offenders convicted and punished
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