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English councils send bailiffs to 310 firms a day, study reveals | Figures come as chancellor is urged to ease the burden of business rates
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OffGuardian Sep 21
To illustrate our point re and : The protests have been on going for months. These are poor, working people who want an end to . Can anyone tell us their leaders names? Are THEY being invited to talk to congress or on tv?1/4
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Ms.expressioness@damnation Sep 20
Serious question to you all. What kind of country do we live in when 120,000 people have died fighting their own government because of ?
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Mike Sivier Sep 16
WAS a political choice. It was an opportunistic decision to shrink the state at a time when the people who had been worst-hit by the recession needed state help. It was a deliberate decision to harm the population of the UK. It's a lie to say otherwise.
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Kay Tart Sep 16
For anyone using a food bank, at the risk of being made homeless, in an underfunded school, waiting for a bed in hospital, an elderly person without adequate care or a young person without local youth services or waiting a year for metal health support is not dead.
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Colin Valley #CorbynOutrider Sep 20
Stephen Fry, posh rugby & ballet ffs. BBC innit. "Austerity killed people. It continues to kill people. And the politicians who voted for it should be reminded of what they’ve done every single day."
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Carla Denyer Sep 16
Proud to be fighting the next for in the winnable seat . I’m standing to be your Green MP as I have something unique – I’m the only candidate saying ✅ ❎No to ❎& No to
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OffGuardian Sep 21
Replying to @OffGuardian0
Another example - in 2014 over 50,000 people marched past television centre protesting . The (and the rest of the ) ignored them. When called out on this, they claimed it wasn’t important enough to be on the news 2/4
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Sean 14h
Channel 4 shows how nasty Tory Party has become. How they destroyed poor areas in the UK via , never punished the banks, made money for them and their mates & persuaded people to blame EU. Yet, it was only the who continued to invest in our poor areas.
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Hughesy Sep 14
A reminder: Thousands of people have sleepless nights as a result of your Tory policies, David Cameron...
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Ros Holden Sep 20
Replying to @jessphillips
My daughter is meant to be leaving her SEN school early on Wednesday to join a world record attempt at the longest line of moving wheelchairs. Except she doesn't have a wheelchair yet because the OT forgot to refer her and then wheelchair services delayed the order
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Philip Welham Esq. Sep 21
Marcon’s Mob Police State intoxicated by greed deliberately intimidate using threatening behaviour against peaceful trying to work to feed their families but left with nothing, this tyrannical regime is asset stripping French Lives by abuse of authority
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Alresford Bear and the Town Mill Teddy Posse 5h
Apologies for grammar. And not forgetting the inconvenience of a poverty eugenic laden and while someone counter transferences optimism up the shitter of the dying or dead masses.
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Rob Sep 19
just wondered why every holiday I’ve been looking at over the last hour has shot up in price then I see on the news about Thomas Cook,you absolute shits
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Andrea W. 1h
Sickening the corruption in this country that goes overlooked.....meanwhile millions suffering from
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anguselder3 5h
Foodbanks. Malnutrition. Homelessness. Poverty. Versus fat-cats on £20million bonuses. Criminal.
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Cass Blakeman - #FBPE  🇪🇺  ❄️ 🐞 📖 12h
Astonishing allowed to die, for want of £200m* put paid to 'luxuries' like . Elderly folk who won't 'Book Online' & ironically, largely voted for , killed established UK firm *Tory Govt spends ~£150m on propaganda 😠
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Andy Birss Sep 20
Those comfortably well-off buy into the myth that 'austerity is over' as it suits their narrative. However since presenters seem uninterested in actually talking to those experiencing listeners might well find the reality is somewhat different.
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Charlie Crawford 17m
a product of measures cutting budgets for local authorities causing them to sell to pay for essential services, then often renting back office space in order to simply operate.
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Jerry Pendragon Cao 16h
WILL Always be the UNDOING of a Civilization BY Promotion & Endorsing Behavior Patterns of Retail Therapy & Comfort Eating Breeding & ALL KNOWN to BE Lost CAUSES 🎚️🇺🇸 STARVES the Wicked 🎚️🇺🇸
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Tweetolution 16h
People sometimes get confused !! The state against us ! Remember we the people are the state !! With out us the people there is no state !!.. or years of more !! Who's feeding your child tonight !!? Not I hope .
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