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Chris Kelsey
Freelance journalist from Wales specialising in business and the environment. All views expressed here my own.
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Prof Tanja Bueltmann Sep 15
As a German I have often asked myself how a country can fall. My country of birth fell far beyond the deepest abyss. How else could one describe what happened: a European country that developed an industrial-scale killing machinery designed to eradicate lives. Millions of them.
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NotImpressed #FBPE 🎪 #SardinesUK Sep 16
Who would you trust with an international law treaty? Just curious ...
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Chris Kelsey Sep 15
Replying to @CraigPHolmes
As someone I spoke to said, without people like these caring for our young and elderly, a lot of other people wouldn't be able to go out to work
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Craig Holmes Sep 15
I've been interested for a while in the disconnect between the social value we place on care and the wages paid in the sector, especially this year. h/t
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Chris Kelsey Sep 15
Replying to @CraigPHolmes
The skills required to do a job like Wynne's are awesome, but he took a pay cut to do it because of his dedication
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Chris Kelsey Sep 15
It's been an inspiring and humbling experience talking to people who work in the care sector. Ex-soldier Wynne works with troubled young people, you can read his story here:
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Chris Kelsey Sep 11
Congratulations, a great achievement!
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Chris Kelsey Sep 9
No, French infantry had worn red trousers since the middle of the 19th century. Zouaves originally came from French North Africa and incredibly French Zouaves were still wearing their distinctive uniforms in 1914. They changed to khaki in 1915
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Chris Kelsey Sep 5
Very unlikely you'd find old family photos as autochrome, it was a pretty rare process
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Chris Kelsey Aug 9
French soldiers wore horizon blue from 1915 until the mid 1930s. In 1914 they went to war in dark blue greatcoats and bright red trousers
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Naomi Snelling Aug 5
Anyone looking for hand sanitiser spray - this contactless sensor operated dispenser can be branded with your own logo - check this out - perfect for retail, cafe/hospitality and beauty venues...
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Nigella Lawson Jul 19
Who’s going to tell him?
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Chris Kelsey Jul 17
Replying to @silverpebble
Your work is beautiful
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Kellie Beirne Jun 10
Good news and one step closer for & Regional Transport Authority in realising ambition for ultra low emissions in
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James Melville Jun 5
I’d rather have a burgundy coloured EU passport that increases my freedoms than a blue coloured UK-only passport that restricts my freedoms. Please retweet if you agree.
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James Melville Apr 19
Well played Denmark 🇩🇰 The Danish Government has become the first to announce that companies that are registered in tax havens won’t be eligible for Coronavirus crisis bailouts.
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Chris Kelsey Apr 6
Replying to @swalesmetroprof
There's been a huge decline in insect populations, and consequently of other wildlife that depend on insects
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Chris Kelsey Mar 21
Replying to @spenno
Don't forget they're only testing people who are hospitalised now, so the figures are not directly comparable to what they were before, and may not be comparable with other countries. Also the true figure of infection is several times higher
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Business News Wales Mar 9
This week's featured column is by Chair Frank Holmes from Collaboration and Cohesion are Keys to Success "The world today is full of challenges that can often seem overwhelming." Read on to find out more...
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