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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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Fiona Ross 6h
Looking forward to ⁦⁩ led, ⁦⁩ conference reporting collaboration 5 university to SUCCESSFULLY reduce BME attainment gap - a packed room
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Ross Renton 🎓 Sep 15
YOUR VOTE MATTERS 🗳 The University of Worcester is one of a number of universities working with to make it easier for new and returning students to register online to vote. We also have a wider campaign with providing information and links on our app etc.
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Fiona Ross Sep 13
Good to have your insights Thank you
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Greta Thunberg Sep 12
“I think what we should do as individuals is to use the power of democracy to make our voices heard and to make sure that the people in power actually cannot continue to ignore this.” A clip from last night’s interview on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.
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PrincessAliceHospice Sep 12
Good luck to Wendy L, Bill, Christine, Heather P & Maggie who are jetting off to to start their amazing Great Wall of China Trek! Thank you for choosing to support the Hospice, we hope you all have a wonderful time & we can't wait to see your photos.
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Robert Saunders Sep 9
If anything good has come out of the last fortnight, it is the stunned discovery by government that trust is a currency: that it has value, and that a government that torches its stocks of trust will struggle to buy the support even of its own backbenches.
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Lewis Goodall Sep 9
Break: Parliament is to be prorogued tonight. No Parliament, select committees or scrutiny of the executive until October 14th. Perfectly legal but the longest prorogation in modern history, in the middle of the biggest political crisis since the war.
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tony nog #Revoker Sep 7
1) Up to 100k more people know by this evening that the Party does not allow members, that you cannot influence only hand over cash & that Farage is Leader for life, cannot be deposed & was "tired of party democracy" Please keep tweeting the shocking video below and...
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Lionel Barber Sep 6
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Greg Owen Sep 6
IMPORTANT! Today I registered to vote. Takes 3mins. There’s going to be a general election in the very near future. I’ve never voted before. BUT I AM VOTING THIS TIME! Brenda from Bristol is NOT going to be happy but now is the time to make our votes count
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Theresa Griffin MEP Sep 5
I don’t know who made this but...
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Otto English Sep 5
That's the way to behave. Take note
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Dr David Nicholl, Esq Sep 5
Thanks. I accept apology and hopefully he will reflect on his choice of words better the next time . I would be grateful if he could address this in the HoC where his comments were first made.
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Robert Peston Sep 5
It is quite something when the Chief Medical Officer feels obliged to write to the leader of the Commons because she is so appalled at the lack of respect he showed for the distinguished neurologist . Other doctors have contacted me to say how...
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The BMA Sep 5
. insult about Dr David Nicholl is disgraceful. has courage and experience to speak the truth about the disaster of a no-deal Brexit. He should be praised not attacked
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JOE.ie Sep 4
‘I was the sole survivor of the Kingsmill massacre. Ten of my friends were shot dead beside me.’ In 2016, UK political commentator Peter Oborne voted for Brexit. A vote he now regrets. went to the border to discover the reality of Boris Johnson's no deal plan
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Fiona Ross Sep 4
Good to hear and thanks for acknowledgment of - my mother always said “ copying” greatest form of flattery
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James Melville Sep 4
Public sector pay under the Tory government: Police starting salary 2010: £25,000 2019: £19,000 Teacher starting salary 2010: £21,500 2019: £22,000 Qualified nurse starting salary 2010: £22,000 2019: £22,000 MP's starting salary 2010: £66,000 2019: £77,000
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Led By Donkeys Sep 3
Hi , we saw your £100m Brexit ‘Get Ready’ advertising campaign. Thought it’s a bit crap, to be honest. So we gave it a re-design on the Angel of the North.
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Fiona Ross Sep 3
As Chair of a charity providing end of life & palliative care services, hospices in London worry no deal will disrupt confidence & charitable giving which will compromise care & current support of NHS
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