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Love life, family & friends. RT's aren't endorsements, just things I find interesting, challenging & stimulating. Leftie, Psych Nurse, stressed parent & Carer.
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Andrew 23h
what makes the world go round?
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m4mta 🇪🇺🇬🇧 17h
How do you spell love? You don't spell it, you feel it.
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Tina ❄️ 22h
“How lucky am I to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard” 🎈 .. Just beautiful! 💕 🍃🌤🌾🌻🌱🌸🌿🌼🍃
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VoiceOfAmbridge Jan 17
British government have agreed to loan Jacob Rees Mogg to French Museum in exchange for Bayeux Tapestry! ‘We thought it only right to swap one relic of a bygone age for another’ said a spokesman!
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ken Jan 17
The PFI bosses fleeced us all. Now watch them walk away | George Monbiot
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Taxpayers to foot £200bn bill for PFI contracts – audit office
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Vicks Chapman Jan 17
Love looking at a moody sky
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BBC News (UK) Jan 17
Jeremy Corbyn: Can the PM assure the House that "not a single penny more" will be paid to the chief executive or directors of Carillion?
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Laura Pidcock MP Jan 17
While the benches opposite roar with laughter, thousands upon thousands of workers are facing a desperately uncertain future. It's now estimated that 30,000 small businesses will be affected down the supply chain. Who thinks that is a laughing matter?
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Matt Turner Jan 17
While the sentiment is of course lovely, I can't help but find it a bit sick that the Tories have created a Minister for Loneliness after perpetuating individualism for decades while decimating vital community services + letting mental health services collapse under pressure,
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jodiekins Jan 17
Theresa May’s appointing a Minister for Loneliness after systematically shutting down libraries, community and social centres where lonely people used to go to feel less lonely probably makes perfect sense if you’re a Tory trying to pretend you’ve got a heart
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ken Jan 17
And they'll fair even worse as UC rolls out nationally, a benefit fine in principle but that has been used as nothing more than a vehicle for cuts, and that still has way too many flaws, such as MIF, Reporting Changes, Lack of appointments, ring fencing of 3rd party debts
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Debbie Abrahams MP Jan 17
Quality of data is important. Here show how people in lowest income quintile have faired worst since 2007 than the highest income quintile www.jrf..uk/
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Laura Pidcock MP Jan 17
Carillion CEO Richard Howson earned £1.5m in 2016 (incl £591k in bonuses). He'll continue to receive his £660k salary until Oct 2018, despite collapse. The Institute of Directors call this sort of behaviour "highly inappropriate." Or daylight robbery, as it's known to most people
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K  Ann. Jan 17
If signed already keep retweeting !!
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ken Jan 17
Replying to @niceasey
Not really, when considering the context of Govt "systematic violations" of the disabled, the all out propaganda of the strivers vs scrounger rhetoric, and the growing in work poverty. Would he say the same about the Royals, who are Tax Payer funded? 🤔
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ken Jan 17
Tory MP Ben Bradley suggests unemployed people should have vasectomies
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HRM Elizabeth ll 💦 Jan 15
If only we could get this type of passion in the UK parliament!
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Russ Jan 16
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Rev. Paul Farnhill Jan 15
Carillion should be declared bankrupt then nationalised with no further payment to management/shareholders. They've had their profits while the company collapsed.
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