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Harriet Agerholm
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Harriet Agerholm Sep 19
Troubling development that comes after months of pressure on residents of surrounding estate
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Harriet Agerholm Sep 16
Interesting and important from : Councils use 377,000 people's data in efforts to predict child abuse
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Harriet Agerholm Sep 13
Grenfell survivors need assurances the tower will be demolished safely and want "a space that acknowledges the lives that were sacrificed in the interests of cost cutting, outsourcing and privatisation" Story here:
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Nesrine Malik Sep 11
If you cannot meet basic standards of honesty and accuracy, which is your actual job, nor make amends when you do not, are you still a journalist? A question I expand on for Andrew Norfolk and John Witherow.
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Emma Dent Coad Sep 11
I have written to demanding that the government stick to its commitment on Grenfell by granting at least 30 months Leave to Remain. The current offer of six months - the same granted to criminals the government cannot legally remove - is sickening.
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Harriet Agerholm Sep 11
Replying to @maybulman
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Harriet Agerholm Sep 11
Glad this had a happy ending, but it makes me think about all the other cases in which the Home Office has not corrected its mistakes so quickly
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Harriet Agerholm Sep 11
Replying to @LucyPasha @ptr_yeung
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Harriet Agerholm Sep 11
Replying to @ptr_yeung @LucyPasha
I would not want to force doggos on people without their consent
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Women Against Rape Sep 10
Great news - we have forced the government to review the CICA scheme that discriminates against rape victims. Let's press our demands home.
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Richard Williams Sep 8
3 months ago my nephew, ben, couldn't walk or talk. tonight he led out England with . thank you firstly to the and also to for making this possible
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May Bulman Sep 8
Excl: Three female prisoners have died in the space of 10 days across England (one confirmed suicide, others not yet classified), in what campaigners have said is an “incredibly worrying” sign that deaths in the women’s jails are rising again
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Celeste SPT Sep 7
The whole point of being convicted of fraud for pretending to live in is that they were not occupants. They can’t be convicted of fraud (pretending to live in ) AND be genuine occupants. Difficult to understand for some it seems.
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Martin Rosenbaum Sep 4
The first ever prosecution under section77 of FOI Act (concerns altering records w intent to prevent disclosure) started yesterday at Canterbury Mags Court. Cllr Suzanne Brimm pleads not guilty. Adjourned for closing speeches on 17 Sep, acc to .
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Sean Kemp Sep 7
As rumours grow that Karen Bradley may be moved to Defra, officials start to rehearse their briefings
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Harriet Agerholm Sep 6
Such a cool lady: Physics star gives away £2.3m prize to tackle unconscious bias
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Olivia Alabaster Sep 6
Wonderful news, after 's vital reporting
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Colin Yeo Sep 6
New post: How can the Home Office tear up the British passport of a six-year-old boy born in Leeds?
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Jon Stone Sep 5
when 87 of your MPs are landlords
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Harriet Agerholm Sep 4
Madness. British boy who has lived in country since birth refused entry to UK on return from holiday, via
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