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💧🏸 BettyG Dec 3
It's a sad day for Australian when a government claims victory in repealing legislation for sick & traumatised What a stain on the country and every name recorded in as an is a stain on decency
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Hansard at Huddersfield May 13
This is a good example of what doesn't appear in when a contribution is reported. Hansard is "substantially verbatim" and edits out markers of hesitation like 'er'. While content gets represented faithfully, we lose the specific markers of a person's spoken speech style.
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National Theatre Nov 7
Tonight's the night! We're so excited to be broadcasting from the National Theatre to cinemas around the world.
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Steve Austin - Radio Announcer Mar 26
Doctors understand the power of & in could save lives & millions of dollars in public monies. made a speech to on its last sitting day explaining the importance of
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James Foster May 10
Keep coming back to this quote from the play : “I tell you, it’s the great mystery of our time. The insatiable desire of the people of this country to be fucked by an Old Etonian...”
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Great Oracle Jan 30
Doguwa: "This are my four wives (sic). Aisha ( calls the names of his other three wives), stand up". (They all stood up). Great Oracle: they're not wives; they're trophies.
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Ashley Douglas Mar 6
Catching up with the Official Report of Westminster's International Women's Day debate and quite frankly can't wait for the first time that Taylor Swift gets quoted in Holyrood and really hope that I get to report it.
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Eric D Mar 5
I pity the desperate cowards, so frightened that they have to show their ‘loyalty’ by supporting the Bullying . When your offspring are victims of workplace bullying or your children are bullied just refer them to where you are named and shamed forever.
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Lord Speaker Apr 21
Today we had the 's first ever virtual oral questions in the - quite an achievement! Although it wasn’t broadcast live, the is now online and you can catch up here:
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Duchess Frida (aka Deb) Mar 6
Let’s not forget who this bloke is: — this is not how you represent your constituents. This was not an appropriate comment. Unfortunately, we’ve come to expect these personal attacks by Liberal politicians, they have nothing else to offer, it’s in .
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#BackTo60 #50sWomen #AllitTakesIsAllofUs 🕷 Jan 23
The Appeal speaks for ALL Maladministration has had nothing whatsoever to do with the Judicial Review and never will do. Parliamentary Privilege is no cover to say otherwise.
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Alberta Party Jan 31
Minister, we know that listening in the Leg isn’t a priority for your caucus. But we’d encourage you to go back and read the Hansard. This was an McPherson's Alberta Party amendment.
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JOHN NICOLSON M.P. Mar 10
Suspect ‘s use of the words “dental dam” may be a first. A Tory MP has just fallen asleep. A surprising reaction.
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Tynwald Info Service Nov 22
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National Theatre Live Dec 29
'I was trying to remember why I married you...' Who could forget the devastating wit from , expertly delivered by Lindsay Duncan and Alex Jennings on stage at the ? Pass the Bloody Mary please...
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Cameron Giles Nov 7
An absolute treat this evening
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Rebecca Jones Nov 8
Got to see this last night. Superb. Explores intersection of political/personal in way that’s hilarious and heartbreaking. Left me wondering at way govt justify and rationalise appalling policies to themselves as individual, emotional creatures. Must see.
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Will Fox Nov 7
brought me to tears. For something set around the days of Section 28 it shone a spotlight on what is still faced today as we go into 2020. The pain is still there, the fear is still there, and there is still so so much more to do. 🦊🏳️‍🌈🦊
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Rachael Heenan Nov 7
Wow laughs, clause 28, 1988, thatcher, tears and broken hearts 💔 stunning performances
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Ashley Douglas Feb 12
When it's recess, but there's a budget to scrutinise and an economy committee to report ...
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