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margaret malpas
Previously founder director of Malpas Flexible Learning, now Chair of BDA.
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margaret malpas May 27
Yes and I was so happy to learn that a group of dyslexic adults are using my book “Self fulfilment with dyslexia: a blueprint for success” to learn more on how to do it
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margaret malpas May 26
Really enjoying . Spoke briefly with Starmer, he really understands links between and youth offending
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margaret malpas May 25
Replying to @sunnyside_judy
Best wishes to you too
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margaret malpas May 25
Replying to @sunnyside_judy
I really get your point but for clarity, I stepped down from Chairing BDA over a year ago.
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margaret malpas May 25
Replying to @sunnyside_judy
I have campaigned heavily for the last 12 years for dyslexic and other ND folk to have the same opportunities as others. In addition, I would now like to see a better world for all young people and kinder politics
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Chuka Umunna May 24
“There is a huge opportunity for the centre ground to regroup and play a decisive role.That demands that we work together instead of competing. We have a historic opportunity to break the dysfunctional two-party system” | my ⁦⁦piece in
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Nicola Sturgeon May 24
So heartening to see young people demanding action on climate change. Scotland is and must continue to be a world leader.
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Museums DCN May 24
ACAS Tom Neil said that workplace processes and culture which are effective for neurodivergent people benefit the entire team for a more inclusive workplace.
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kyle redford May 22
"Without targeted interventions, children with dyslexia are unlikely to ever become proficient readers, which has significant long-term implications" (i.e. depression, anxiety, even suicide).
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Ben Bradshaw May 23
That was the most dispiriting Election Day in 35 years a Labour member. Our voters are flocking to the Greens & Lib Dems because of their clear & unequivocal support for a & Remain. So sad & so avoidable.
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Chuka Umunna May 24
..and is universally seen as the worst UK Foreign Secretary of modern times and he is on the brink of becoming PM. What better symbol for our broken politics is there than this. So depressing
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margaret malpas May 23
Great to hear it went very well
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margaret malpas May 23
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(((Dan Hodges))) May 23
Just got back. In the end I voted Change UK. Disagree 100% with their Brexit stance. But I spent years demanding Labour MPs have the courage to take a stand, and actually do something about what's happened to their party. And they did. That's more important than logos.
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Martin Daubney MEP elect May 23
Pls could you conduct an urgent enquiry into the only hate crime of this campaign? When candidate – a Jew whose father survived the Holocaust – had a 30-foot swastika daubed onto his premises? Asking for 17.4 million friends
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GMB UNION May 23
Farage is having a party at your expense. Don't pick up the bill for it. Use your vote today to block him 🗳️ Already voted? Share this! 👇
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Change UK - The Independent Group May 22
It's polling day! No one voted for the Brexit mess we are in. Vote Change UK today for a People's Vote and for .
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Anna Soubry MP May 22
Treachery rife in British politics today. That’s why we need to fix our broken shabby politics & why we formed I’m proud to stand by our excellent candidates vote for them all tomorrow
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Change UK - The Independent Group May 22
The UK is set to crash out of the EU at the end of October. The PM today refused to commit to requesting a further extension to stop this happening. Revoking Article 50 is now necessary in the face of the growing threat of a 'No Deal' Brexit disaster.
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British Dyslexia Association May 22
People who see the world differently can bring huge value to society, but often face a complex set of challenges. The report highlights the need for a joined approach to diagnosis, support & research. Download it here:
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