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The Refugee Tales
Walking from Runnymede to Westminster in July 2017 in solidarity with detainees. Walking and sharing tales until UK indefinite immigration detention ends.
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Eric Weiskott Feb 3
Some history in light of recent events: According to fourteenth-century chroniclers, Britain was discovered and founded by 33 Syrian women.
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Gulwali Passarlay 6h
Wishing a joyful & blessed festival of Eid to fellow Muslims across the world 🌎Hope you all had a productive Ramadan! Peace ✌️
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Philip Ball Jun 23
I just discovered in a lovely PhD thesis by Markus Rissanen that Austrialian honeybees T. carbonaria make spiral nests. I'm awestruck.
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The Refugee Tales 14h
Woking People of Faith hear David Herd on the reality of indefinite immigration detention. Thank you Woking and join us on the walk!
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Brendan Cox 17h
Today Cuillin&Lejla unveiled a coat of arms for their mum. The chamber was full with MPs kids, a beautiful occasion
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Comma Press 16h
AND WE'RE OFF... head down to the to buy some of the good stuff! 12-6pm
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Refugee Week 17h
Watch: Campaigner writer & refugee on his journey through 10 countries & why we must defend refugee rights
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Emily Steiner 20h
Beautiful medieval page Canon Liturg 114 (Psalter)
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Literature Cambridge 20h
Ali Smith: reading & in conversation with Gillian Beer. Great way to spend the afternoon on 12 Nov. With cup of tea.
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Sasha Dugdale 21h
Thought the article in was amazing!
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Tim Robertson 21h
Literature needs a voice. Help support the work of : please RT our fundraising auction.
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The Cartoon Movement Jun 14
Great cartoon in support of by Jean-François Rochez:
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Comma Press Jun 23
Make sure you catch Refugee Tales Part II readings on the day of publication at the
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Emma Langley Jun 23
It’s , and this is my 1st of 4 . Highly recommend book and project: 1/2
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The Refugee Tales Jun 23
We pIcnic in solidarity during - sharing tales - modern pilgrims.
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Robert Macfarlane Jun 23
Look at this magnificent ancient coppice-creature.
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Phoene Cave Jun 23
Today last chance to book on the walk
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Manchester Lit Fest Jun 23
Want to get more involved in Mcr Lit Fest? Why not apply to become a volunteer:
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Ian Duhig Jun 23
My Picador poetry posters have arrived, to be distributed among the ambivalent but hopeful everywhere.
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British Bird Lovers Jun 23
Photo of the day: Bearded tit
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