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Kathryn Brooke
Full time fundraiser & lapsed blogger. Blog about shopping ethically & failing, tweet anything. Thought all opinions up all by myself!
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Rachel Rogers 2h
If you were listening Gauke on talking about homelessness, remind yourself that the 97-10 government virtually eradicated rough sleeping but the Tories have presided over a dramatic increase.
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Claire Phipps 13h
Despicable comments. But if they come from “Corbyn’s trolls”, would the MoS say this week’s threats to , Dominic Grieve and others come from “the Daily Mail’s trolls”?
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Juliet 14h
Listen to Trans Women! Ok, I like listening to Kristina, because she’s phenomenally brave and clever. (Bit too clever for OJ. Sshh)
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Lindsey Stephenson 16h
Anyone in middlesbrough and surrounding areas know someone that need a Christmas dinner please let me know. Me and friends are making dinners christmas eve and dropping off for anyone vulnerable. Neighbours/family abroad/anything. Please share
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Kathryn Brooke 14h
Joe is lovely and his dancing is amazing but part of me really hoped Alexandra could do.
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Kathryn Brooke 16h
JK Rowling has defended Johnny Depp's casting in Fantastic Beasts. Is it time we moved on?
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Oz Katerji 17h
Skinner is literally opposed to FMOP & his record in Parliament is the most pro-Brexit out of any other Labour MP. To see him boosted like this over his meaningless defence of immigration is a humiliation to the EU citizens now suffering from his politics
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TellMAMAUK 18h
FIND THESE PEOPLE. Disgusting. Gay men 'punched and told you are not welcome in homophobic attacks'
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Kathryn Brooke 18h
This is a joyous thread!
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Kate Allen Dec 16
Replying to @_Kate_Allen
If Jacob Rees-Mogg gets within sniffing distance of the Tory leadership, it will be to a large extent thanks to naive journalists giving him the oxygen of publicity.
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Kate Allen Dec 16
The quality of public discourse would be immeasurably improved if the media on both sides of the pond stopped giving attention to publicity-hungry idiots saying deliberately stupid things, and instead focused on matters of substance.
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The Red Sky At Night Before Christmas Dec 15
Imagine resenting kids getting presents on Christmas Day because their mum happens to be disabled. Imagine being that person.
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Helen Lewis Dec 15
When you get a shedload of criticism, the temptation is always to be defensive and double down. I'm impressed the went, no, let's rethink this.
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Deborah Morgan Dec 12
Thread ! My word, it's crystal clear. But not to those with their heads stuck firmly up their gender neutral fundaments.
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shauna Dec 14
If the news is poison, let this be the antidote that gives you life.
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Number10 Dec 14
This Mother has fibromyalgia and M.E. (i.e. she's disabled). She doesn't drink, smoke, go out or buy anything for her self. Manages to put £50.00 a week away to give her children a good Christmas. What a disgusting mixture of misogyny and classism The Sun is peddling.
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Mona Eltahawy Dec 14
Replying to @monaeltahawy
“# of domestic violence cases registered by councils & police has risen dramatically in past 7yrs, but local authorities across England have cut spending on domestic violence refuges by 24% since 2010...On one day this year, 94 women & 90 children were turned away from refuges”
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Victoria Freeman Dec 15
One way prominent Leavers/govt could try to unite the country would be to loudly condemn this & all the other threats of violence & insurrection from within their ranks
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Hugo Rifkind Dec 14
Replying to @hugorifkind
The more I think about this, the more farcical it is. Facebook admits massive Russian involvement in US election. They found tens of thousands of accounts in French election and similar in German. And we're to believe that, here, there were... nine posts? Why are we so special?
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Hugo Rifkind Dec 14
The utter brush-off by both Twitter and Facebook of British concerns about Russian election meddling deserves a hell of a lot more outrage than it is getting.
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