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Alison Perry
Journalist, podcaster, twin mum. Debut book published March 2021 - . Listen to #1 iTunes Not Another Mummy Podcast
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Alison Perry 11h
Interesting that the course talked about here was run by two people (one woman, one man) yet he gets a fleeting mention and she gets all the blame...
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Alison Perry 16h
Replying to @fiona_peacock
It’s LAZY PARENTS FIONA! If they just worked harder and put more effort into feeding their kids, all would be well 😡🤬
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Alison Perry 16h
Is it a sign that the end of the world is nigh, when you agree with something Nigel Farage says?
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Alison Perry 19h
Hi - can you explain why you voted No on extending free school meals leaving over a million children to go hungry?
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Emma Kennedy Oct 21
Imagine being an MP and being asked “Do you want kids to go hungry” and you say “Yes, yes I do”
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Jack Monroe Oct 21
The Tories have voted AGAINST plea to feed hungry children during the pandemic. Never forget this. In a time of national crisis, they subsidised their own meals despite £80k salaries, propped up their wealthy mates, and left over a million children to go hungry.
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Alison Perry Oct 21
Replying to @pennywincer
How could people have voted them in? It makes me so angry.
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Damian Barr Oct 21
Tonight conservative MPs voted against extending lunch vouchers for school children. Let’s put it another way: they voted for 2.4m children in England to go hungry. Some days my school lunch was the only meal I got. This government is disgusting.
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Alison Perry Oct 21
I just... can’t get my head around what kind of people would vote against helping children living in poverty. What’s more important than feeding these kids?
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Mums That Slay Oct 20
There is so much I want to say about Kemi Badenoch today but I'm stunned to silence. What the actual..? 💔🥺😢Surely being a Tory doesn't mean burning down the town just to get the sherrif's badge...but wait, does it? 🤔👀
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Alison Perry Oct 20
ahhh seeing that you had liked one of my tweets made me smile. My 10 year old LOVED the Varjak Paw books. She read the first one at school but spent her pocket money on buying a copy so she could read to the end faster!
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Alison Perry Oct 20
Replying to @GeorgieR30
Yep!
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Rhiannon Evans Oct 20
Could someone with more followers than me start a thread where businesses and charities struggling in Tier 3 areas can gather and tell us how we can help or what we can buy/order? If the govt won't care, we all still can?
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Alison Perry Oct 20
Replying to @traceycwilliams
Gah, hope it changes for you soon x
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Alison Perry Oct 20
I’m so glad that my years as a teenager in Scotland - going out wearing a spaghetti-strap babydoll dress, heels, no tights, no coat - have prepared me for a winter of socialising in my friends’ gardens and the outdoor areas of pubs and cafes.
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Alison Perry Oct 20
Oooh now we can try to guess which pop star and Angeli can confirm or deny. I’m going for either Ben from A1 or Holly Valance. (I MISS TEEN MAGS.)
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Alison Perry Oct 19
Replying to @NotRollergirl
I used to do EXACTLY the same in the TOTP corridors - casually accost pop stars like Victoria Beckham (she was v nice) and Robbie Williams (he was mean to me) and ask them quick fire interview questions. TERRIFYING.
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Alison Perry Oct 18
Ssshh I know I’m just being old and grumpy but I’m kind of glad that trick or treating won’t be a thing this year.
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Alison Perry Oct 18
Replying to @erica_davies
G was in stitches watching it. My brother & sister in law got to be in the covid-secure audience recently where their laughter was recorded & used on the broadcast.
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Alison Perry Oct 18
It perpetuates negative stereotypes of Black people eg. angry, loud, overly animated, like a racist caricature. In a similar way that minstrel shows used to.
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