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Fiona Ross
Interests in health care, nursing, equalities in higher education, end of life care and social justice - tweets are my personal opinion
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James O'Brien 11h
Funny that Johnson & Farage both claim to like Kipling... I could not dig; I dared not rob: Therefore I lied to please the mob. Now all my lies are proved untrue And I must face the men I slew. What tale shall serve me here among Mine angry and defrauded young?
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Rajesh Thind Jun 22
In 2011 I was living in a flat in West London above a couple with 3 kids. They often had loud rows at night. I would listen, trying to decide if I should do anything. One night I was woken up by partic. loud screams at abt 2am. I got up, put a t-shirt on, & went downstairs. 1/9
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Fiona Ross Jun 24
Last evening on our walk through the Cevennes at Chambre d’hote Batejade
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John Crace Jun 24
Matt Hancock says 'I don't think anyone would like their conversations late at night listened in to'. In which case, it's probably best not to have a shouting match and throw plates
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James O'Brien Jun 24
Enjoying all the interpretations of 'privacy' from journalists who have door-knocked neighbours of grieving parents, printed long lens photographs of topless stars, rifled through the bins of divorcing celebrities & trawled Facebook offering money to school friends of footballers
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Brexit Bin   🇪🇺 🇬🇧 #FBPE Jun 23
Replying to @montie @BorisJohnson
"Almost beyond belief" ??? FFS mate, you could have been out already, but your lot voted against the only deal possible. You're all raving maniacs. And liars.
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Rory Bremner Jun 23
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Joanne Harris Jun 22
Man "concerned for his safety" throws a woman against a wall, grabs her by the neck. Woman concerned for the safety of another woman reports an incident to the police, and is attacked by the Press and threatened with exposure. Can you see what they are yet?
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James Melville Jun 17
When a politician lies, our democracy starts to die. But when a democracy no longer cares that a politician lies, it has died.
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Shearer West Jun 22
This is a fascinating and unsettling analysis. How Oxford university shaped Brexit — and Britain’s next prime minister | Financial Times
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Cllr Kelly Parry Jun 22
Two women a week die from domestic abuse. ALWAYS phone the police.
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Norman Lamb Jun 22
Yes Boris Johnson. I agree. It’s insulting and disgusting that you are being foisted on us without the people of this country having any say!
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Liz Baker Jun 21
For those of us thoroughly fed up with trying to defend degree level nurse education, the short answer is that it saves lives:
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Rachael Swindon Jun 20
I think this is the best thing you will watch today. James Corden brilliantly remembers Grenfell, and destroys your next Prime Minister, Boris Johnson.
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Keir Starmer Jun 21
Was there ever a man less suited to be Prime Minister?
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London Higher Jun 21
Great to see so many people turn out to discuss the important issue of student mental health and wellbeing in London at our Plenary yesterday! . Thank you to our speakers and Yvonne Hawkins
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Jonny Ross-Tatam Jun 20
I’m hugely excited to be joining & many others in shaping Labour’s drug policy for the better at the Grimsby Inst. with on 18th July, 18:30. Get tickets here!
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Fiona Ross Jun 20
Replying to @RoryStewartUK
I have never voted Tory and never will, but thank you for your campaign of walk abouts, engagement with real people and ideas. So refreshing to see its impact on other formulaic, risk averse contenders.
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Peter Oborne Jun 18
Something horrible has happened to the Conservative and Unionist Party.
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Kevin Schofield Jun 17
Even by Theresa May’s standards, losing your Chancellor while working your notice would be a whole new level of crazy.
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