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Caroline Farrow
UK campaign director & media commentator for CitizenGO. Opinions all my own!
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Caroline Farrow 5m
We are going to do a children’s/family stations of the cross at 10am. I don’t know if it can be live-streamed because of being filmed on a device but it will be uploaded by 11am.
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Caroline Farrow 15h
Been practising for the Liturgy of the Lord’s supper which will be live-streamed at 7:30pm.
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Caroline Farrow 19h
Replying to @ValDobson
Whew!
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Caroline Farrow 20h
Replying to @ZeeTeeAy
Books don’t need to be given out.
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Caroline Farrow 22h
Message from us
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Caroline Farrow 22h
Replying to @Glinner
He does this a lot. Goes round telling women who say things he doesn’t agree with, to be nice
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Statements like these perfectly demonstrate why Americans are so keen to hang on to their constitutional right to bear arms
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Caroline Farrow Apr 8
Replying to @ConcernedInves4
The first jury were 10-2 in favour of acquitting him. A defendant is not responsible for the language their counsel uses in court. And the High Court judges unanimously ruled that there was significant reasonable doubt.
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Caroline Farrow Apr 8
Replying to @ConcernedInves4
That legal technicality being that there was significant reasonable doubt over his guilt.
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Caroline Farrow Apr 8
Mine too. In fact they often bend over backwards to get hold of someone, but that’s in normal circumstances and often because of insistent families. I live in an area with many devout travellers...
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Caroline Farrow Apr 8
Replying to @RevStu
That reminds me, they sell great things to clean paddling pools 🤔
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Caroline Farrow Apr 8
Replying to @MaggyClark
If they were wearing disposable gloves & masks and if pews were disinfected then the risk of transmission would be minimal. They wouldn’t be handing out hymn books or newsletters.
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Caroline Farrow Apr 8
Replying to @CF_Farrow
In fact, if numbers could be controlled so that people could be spaced appropriately & hygiene measures observed, many churches would be as safe, if not safer, than in supermarkets. There would be no shortage of volunteers to help.
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Caroline Farrow Apr 8
Easter services are probably too risky but I do not see why churches cannot stay open with appropriate hygiene & distancing measures.
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Caroline Farrow Apr 8
St Patrick’s cathedral Melbourne. The mob does not let a little thing like evidence affect their prejudice.
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Caroline Farrow Apr 8
Replying to @ICT456
I didn’t fully understand what had happened. It came to light in the next pregnancy when I had a panic attacks the morning of the section & they reviewed my notes & realised what had happened. The canula had also dislodged mid surgery so maybe that was related?
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Caroline Farrow Apr 8
Replying to @emwithme
My first was like that. Born in the Portland after a 72 hour labour. Consultant was bleeped at home and told the SHO to use salad spoons. Daughter was born with massive haematoma & developed severe physiological jaudice as a result requiring £800 a day bili bed! 😡
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