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Sathnam Sanghera
Author of : How Imperialism Has Shaped Modern Britain (28.1.21), memoir , novel . Writer . 🇬🇧
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Sunny Hundal 1h
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Dravet Syndrome UK 21h
Please share our virtual carols video & donate if you can to help us reach our £1,000 target-the amount we usually raise by singing in Trafalgar Square. This let's help make the lives of families affected by a little better
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Sathnam Sanghera 3h
Replying to @Backpainandwine
lool
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Sathnam Sanghera 3h
Replying to @tompeck
huh what
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Replying to @BetaRish
Trademarking it
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Sathnam Sanghera 3h
What is the name for that small shitbox you put next to your sink to throw food scraps into? Cos I need one. Am sure there is some middle class euphemism for it.
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Anne Applebaum 3h
This is quite weird: A British MP trying to building nationalist feelings off a vaccine created by German and American companies. Great news about rapid British approval, but shouldn't he acknowledge that this is a transatlantic project and not "UK leading humanity's charge"?
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Karl Sharro 4h
We should rename the seasons Pandemic, Lockdown, Second Wave and Vaccine.
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Natasha Clark 4h
The priority list for the vaccine - updated:
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James Ball 14h
This is what cold, hard fury sounds like.
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Sathnam Sanghera 4h
Please look out for this tonight on - I've watched it and have thought about it every day since.
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Sathnam Sanghera 4h
Fab book, telling an important story. Congratulations
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Sanjeev Bhaskar 5h
A friend sent me this. Let the chapati begin!
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Sathnam Sanghera 5h
This is beautiful. I'm sorry for your loss
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Duncan Weldon 7h
Good news: next year is likely to see the fastest British growth in decades. Bad news: economy still likely smaller than at the start of 2020 at the end of 2021. Annoying news: I’m sure a lot of people will claim the growth as evidence that “Brexit was actually great for growth”.
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Emily Unia 6h
Useful to know- there’s a time lag between getting the and it being effective
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Jim Pickard 6h
this has to be one of the funniest juxtapositions in newspaper history
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Sathnam Sanghera 18h
Replying to @satnam888
Jan 28....
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Sathnam Sanghera 18h
Replying to @thebenoliver
Who are you shopping with?!
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Bicky S. Dosanjh 19h
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