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Prof. Ian Hamerton
Father of two, Bassist, Chair in Polymers & Composite Materials, Arts & Crafts, CFA Voysey, WAS Benson, palaeontology geek. Views my own.
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Prof. Ian Hamerton retweeted
Andrew Knight #FBPE 🇪🇺🇬🇧🇩🇪🇫🇷🇦🇺🇺🇸 20h
Replying to @mikegalsworthy
Or this live graph
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Mike Galsworthy 22h
If you want to monitor the petition live - with a superb constituency breakdown (signatures count, MP, their majority, party, leave vote...) here it is!
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Prof. Ian Hamerton 3h
Replying to @hugorifkind
Sgt. Knocker (Phil Silvers), Follow That Camel 🐪🐪🐪🐪
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Julie Owen Moylan 4h
The ACTUAL FORECAST FROM THE ACTUAL GOV THAT IS BRINGING US BREXIT
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Prof. Ian Hamerton 4h
Although (unrelated) I’ve joined the constituency since the last election (along with two other voters in the family) who would decrease the majority by three...
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Fraser Nelson 14h
I suspect many other Tories agree. And in a choice between no-deal and no-Brexit (ie, revoking Article 50) there'd be a Commons majority for no Brexit.
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Prof. Ian Hamerton 5h
I see your logic Chris, which is correct.
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Prof. Ian Hamerton 5h
It involves comparing the majority of each constituency (Brexit) M.P. in the last election with the number of signatories (as % of constituents) on the Revoke Article 50 (it includes a map, broken down by constituency).
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Dr Liv Gibbs 6h
Studio Window by Laura Knight c. 1935 (Private Collection). View from Cheyne Walk, Chelsea.
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Steve Bullock Mar 24
How incredibly odd that ’s “The Papers” doesn’t include the Observer or the Independent this morning. Odd.
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(((Rep. Nadler))) 18h
In light of the very concerning discrepancies and final decision making at the Justice Department following the Special Counsel report, where Mueller did not exonerate the President, we will be calling Attorney General Barr in to testify before in the near future.
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Prof. Ian Hamerton 18h
Replying to @Pingosaurus
Levers? Absolute class play... 😉
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Prof. Ian Hamerton 18h
Replying to @simon_schama
🤞I’m one of Mogg’s constituent signatories...
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Diane N. Sevenay 19h
The. Early. Reviews. Are. In.
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Dr Christopher Pittard 19h
It’s funny because DfE was complaining not so long ago that students weren’t doing well *enough*, and (guess what) that was the universities’ fault *as well.* So, DfE, could you confirm the acceptable number of firsts for each subject and institution? Just so we know what to do?
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Prof. Ian Hamerton 18h
Replying to @Pingosaurus
Are you sure that she wasn’t just toying with you? 🤔😉
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Prof. Ian Hamerton 20h
Replying to @Scientits
Amanda *Bigot* there, fixed it for you.
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Keith Olbermann Mar 24
Seriously, UK friends - this child has thrown a tantrum because...clips of his own speeches were tweeted by a journalist? This snowflake is being considered for leadership? Of something more important than Deputy Milk Money Treasurer of the 7-year olds?
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Prof. Ian Hamerton 21h
Replying to @the_woozle
Oh, so sorry. That’s awful news.
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Prof. Ian Hamerton 21h
Not particularly environmentally friendly. Quite a retrograde step too.
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