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Rachael Swindon #GTTO Sep 16
We can afford: £2m for a royal wedding. £2.8m to protect Trump. £1bn for the DUP. £356m for Buckingham Palace. £200m to stop benefit appeals. £60bn for HS2. £100bn for Trident. £44,000 for Jeremy Hunt’s loo. We can’t afford: £30 a week for disabled people.
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Ian Hodson Sep 17
In Neighbourhood Policing Cuts Are So Bad, Some People Are Paying For 'Private Police'
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S J Rudolphi Sep 19
A socially challenged person stole by daughter’s last night in ! Petty is on the rise in ... it was an old but beautiful 🚲 & her mode of transport . If anyone has a traffic worthy unwanted bike she’d be grateful 1/2
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Sarah G 5m
In this week's middle school newsletter, we received the outcome of their time travel experiments, in which 2018 has now become the 1950s. What... the....hell...
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Christopher John Sep 16
Hey this is now - The streets are lawless all because of your beloved ideology 😳😡
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bookworm Sep 18
Sounds like has found its natural home in , we never even dealt with the architect's of the last financial disaster did we? Just blamed it on the poor #https://www.nytimes.com/reuters/2018/09/18/business/18reuters-crypto-currencies.html?partner=IFTTT
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Mik Fielding 44m
WTF??? I thought this had been sorted!!! Bastards ... 😠
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Gascoyne Residents Association Sep 13
Every service, TV, Council Tax (Poll Tax), Electricity, Gas, Water. He is one of millions living in poverty in . We can only thank for the privilege and all who voted for . Welcome to his home, see photos.
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Kate Sep 13
"More than 4000 people died within 6 weeks of being declared fit for work." figures that the DWP have been forced to release under the freedom of information act. A fact that IDS and the government was reluctant to share.
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🌹#iVoted4Corbyn Sep 18
Replying to @jeremycorbyn
7.7 million Britons live in ‘persistent poverty’, report finds 12.1% of the UK population, have spent all or most of the last four years or more in poverty.
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Sean Flynn Sep 17
A new report by estimates that 4.5m UK children are living in poverty while predict that this will rise to 5.2m(+16%) in 5 yrs. A shocking indictment of what looks like after 8 yrs of government.
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Gascoyne Residents Association Sep 13
You should visit some of residents on my estate. Homes not fit for animals, never mind human habitation. This is . Housing Association residents neglected, ignored and discriminated because they poor. I visited resident today, he has no 1/?
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Luke 🇪🇺 🏳️‍🌈 #FBPE #FBR 2h
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🌹#iVoted4Corbyn Sep 18
Replying to @jeremycorbyn
"It's just a daily battle to find food and clothes for the children." - says Single dad of two, Robert Petch. As a report finds that even full-time working parents are unable to provide their family with food and basics
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Gascoyne Residents Association Sep 19
Fancy a cuppa, bring hot water, I've no money, no electricity, No hope. This is
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Morning Star Sep 19
Britain is on the brink of ‘social collapse,’ Labour council leaders warn
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T Né G Sep 15
An ex British army solider I know told me that Thatcher sent them to the miners strikes dressed as police officers to beat up the protesters.
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Stephen McLaughlin 9h
As a Brit living in the EU I'm mortified by the behaviour of the Tory govt. on Brexit, the attitude of the Home Office towards EU nationals in Britain & the anti-Europe headlines of the right-wing press. All shameful & immoral. Rt if you agree. #
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JP Sep 20
1/3 This is my reality. No food in my cupboards, food bank vouchers all used up. A total of 4p in bank account. Partner is house bound from his declining injury. Our joint ESA income is going onto hospital appointments and transportation.
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Stroud Labour Party Sep 16
Britain is the fifth richest country in the world, yet under this Tory government more than 14m people - including 4.5m children - are living below the breadline, trapped in poverty. Anything to say ?
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