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Teddy Cutler
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Reading Friends 15h
We launch tomorrow at Bolton Central Library 🥳 Join us at 1 pm for a chat over a book, and a free buffet lunch! For the undecided...
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Ash Sarkar 19h
Theresa May’s “problem” with migrants didn’t stop Anna Soubry from voting for every single piece of Hostile Environment legislation that came her way.
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Seema Syeda Feb 20
Britain is getting more & more openly racist, day by day. Yesterday an ex-Labour MP supposedly leaving the party due to ‘institutional racism’ said BAME people’s skin colour is a ‘funny tinge’. People I know have been verbally abused. Are you outraged yet?
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Ian Abrahams (Moose) Feb 18
Happy 62nd Birthday to Ray Winstone have a great day my friend
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Teddy Cutler Feb 19
From the Operation Citadel chapter of Europe Central, where prose becomes nightmare.
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Reading Friends Feb 19
"I get far more out of what I read if I can talk about it with a family member – my wife or daughter usually, or a friend who shares a passion for books. This sense of sharing and connectivity is crucial" Keith Oliver on the importance of shared reading
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Dipak Feb 19
Jorginho gets so much criticism - imagine this will be seen as "hipster" but the regista in the PL is still misunderstood - imagine Julian Weigl and Veratti would likely get a lot of stick as well but supplemented with the right balance in midfield they are all wonderful players
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Adam Crafton Feb 19
The EFL, who stood back and did nothing as Leeds were torn apart by successive dreadful owners for a decade, now fine them for *this* 🤷🏻‍♂️🤷🏻‍♂️🤷🏻‍♂️🤷🏻‍♂️
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RichieMills Feb 19
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Jim Waterson Feb 18
If you want an example of UK electoral law loopholes: The Independent Group, which looks/swims/quacks a lot like a political party and is asking for donations, is actually a private company. So it isn't subject to electoral law rules requiring them to declare financial backers.
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Teddy Cutler Feb 17
Replying to @jcrutcher @MarkKohut
I mean I hope for a time when his books get a new print run
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Teddy Cutler Feb 17
Replying to @jcrutcher @MarkKohut
I've only seen them second hand on Amazon. Where have you seen them for sale?
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Teddy Cutler Feb 17
Europe Central makes me want to vomit. I can't praise a work of literature more than that.
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Teddy Cutler Feb 17
When the BBC are describing potentially beating Crystal Palace as a giant killing, you know the FA Cup has totally lost its lustre.
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Teddy Cutler Feb 17
Replying to @AFHStewart
Stiepermann is such an elegant player
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Seema Syeda Feb 16
The book I've co-authored, 'Creeping Fascism: what it is and how to fight it' is available to pre-order from now. Come to the launch in King's Cross on 1 March at 6.30pm.
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Seema Syeda Feb 16
Alarmed by the global rise of the far-right? You're not the only one! Come to this conference on how to confront them, with speakers from across Europe including Walter Wolfgang (refugee from Nazi Germany), , and many others.
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Owen Jones🌹 Feb 16
Tim Martin, who's worth £500m, is rattled because we exposed his refusal to pay his workers a real living wage. Most people in poverty in Britain are in work. If you think multimillionaire bosses should pay their workers a living wage, please share.
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Teddy Cutler Feb 16
Replying to @ColinASturgess
Europe Central is terrifying and monumental. He is the most uncompromising author I have ever read.
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Teddy Cutler Feb 16
Looking forward to when William Vollman properly comes into Nobel Prize contention so his books get a UK publisher, like And Other Stories with Gerald Murnane.
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