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Dawn Foster
Staff Writer - & Columnist - and . Credit to my parish. “Dying Celtic nonsense” - a reader 📧 dawn.foster@theguardian.com
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Owen Hatherley 36m
I normally don't like criticisms that rely on headlines and standfirsts for their argument but there's always an exception
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Peter Hitchens 3h
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Ashley Cowburn 2h
UK gov signed off nearly £650m worth of arms licences to Saudi Arabia in the six months following the murder of Jamal Khashoggi
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Stan The Golden Boy 1h
very funny seeing the same people who endlessly dig for pics of corbyn in the 80s looking at a guinness glass to imply some IRA link now defending jo swinson serving in the tory-led coalition government of four years ago as an honest mistake long consigned to ancient history
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Simon Vessey 1h
Austerity is still happening and someone who remains defiant that it is an economic necessity rather than a vicious political choice will continue to represent a threat. Why gloss over that given the human cost?
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Dawn Foster 4h
BBC News channel adding serifs to their chyrons is another portent of the apocalypse
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Dawn Foster 5h
“Please Retweet”
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Electoral Reform Society 5h
Replying to @electoralreform
The number of innocent voters being turned away, or simply not bothering to vote in the first place, could easily be higher than the margin of victory in some seats.
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Electoral Reform Society 5h
There were just eight cases of alleged impersonation at the polling station last year
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Replying to @DawnHFoster
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barney farmer 5h
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Dawn Foster 6h
Replying to @thomaswilliams
I remember a lot being made of the two MPs who were readmitted at the time, despite it being a very busy period for news
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Conrad Landin 7h
Replying to @conradlandin
What's the name of that company which pays its boss £1,000 an hour while warehouse workers toil on poverty pay?
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Conrad Landin 8h
Nothing like an online clothing retailer which subjects workers to security checks when they go to the loo, alongside other abuses
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Dawn Foster 6h
Tory MP Charlie Elphicke charged with sexual assault, to appear in court 6th Sept. He had the whip suspended, then reinstated in December to back Theresa May in a confidence vote.
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Oliver Rivers 11h
I am very glad that the words “Mr Johnson and his terrible personality” appeared in this morning’s .
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Frances Crook 8h
You'd think children and prisons would be an oxymoron
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Dawn Foster 8h
Replying to @DawnHFoster
Developing nicely
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Dawn Foster 8h
On SOR now talking about.... Boris Johnson 👹
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New York Times Opinion 13h
.: Boris Johnson is a man well-practiced in deceit. His personal life is incontinent, his public record inconsequential. And he could bring about the end of Britain itself.
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