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Natalie Bloomer
Freelance journalist and mum to a little girl. Previously at . Got a story? DM or email nataliejbloomer@gmail.com
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LAWRS 6h
Insecure legal status is often a tool of control used by perpetrators to abuse their partners and threat them with deportation. This situation put in a vulnerable position: they fear the abuser and also fear asking for help. This is why we
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Natalie Bloomer 6h
Replying to @sianushka
Looking gorgeous x
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Natalie Bloomer 6h
Replying to @SpeyeJoe
Reworded that last tweet. Thames Reach were also involved.
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Natalie Bloomer 6h
Replying to @natalie_bloomer
This was a scheme that Boris Johnson asked homeless charities to work on a ‘payment by results’ basis on.
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Natalie Bloomer 6h
Replying to @SpeyeJoe
I think St Mungo’s acted appallingly. I was one of the first people to break the story and I spent a lot of time working on it.
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Natalie Bloomer 6h
Replying to @SpeyeJoe
Sure, but I’m talking about the broader issue that means charities can be encouraged to act in ways they wouldn’t normally. Same as when they’re too afraid to speak out incase they lose funding/contracts. That’s mich bigger than just St Mungo’s.
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Natalie Bloomer 6h
Replying to @natalie_bloomer
Homeless charities specifically I mean, I don’t know about other contracts. This is from my story on St Mungo’s in 2016.
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Natalie Bloomer 6h
Replying to @natalie_bloomer
The bigger problem here is what charities are expected/willing to do to win contracts. Under Boris Johnson the GLA’s comissioning framework was clear that charities would be expected to cooperate with immigration enforcement.
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Natalie Bloomer 6h
Replying to @sianushka
Have a fab holiday lovely xx
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Natalie Bloomer 6h
Charity may have shared rough sleepers' data without consent, watchdog finds
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Replying to @natalie_bloomer
Other than ‘we’re all fucked’
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Natalie Bloomer 10h
Waiting to go into my kid’s award assembly at school and trying to sneak a look at twitter to see what’s happening. Who can sum it up for me in one tweet?
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Mike Holden #FBPE 16h
Brutal, brilliant analysis by
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sianushka 16h
From yesterday - Piers Morgan's campaign for men to "seize their country back" has disturbing echoes from the disturbing dark corners of the man-o-sphere
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Paul Sng Sep 20
Invisible Britain: Portraits of Hope and Resilience reveals untold stories from people who have been left out of the media narrative and left behind by government policy. Pre-order the book from and get a 20% discount here:
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Matt Precey 17h
But my son’s epilepsy meds come from France. The Brexiteers, who always seem to have access to better information than me, are telling everyone not to worry. But now the President of France is calling them liars. What’s a parent to do?
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Natalie Bloomer 17h
Replying to @woodlandwalker
No, I’m saying that it’s incredibly patronising for people to be spelling out how women are discriminated against to a working class women who has probably seen more discrimination than any of those doing the explaining.
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Natalie Bloomer Sep 20
Replying to @crobertsjourno
Looks good, I’ll have to try it.
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Natalie Bloomer Sep 20
Replying to @crobertsjourno
Is that the place opposite the casino?
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Jess Potter Sep 20
Really great to hear call on the government to end the in health, including scrapping up front charging. Health is a public good...we need policies that reflect that. Charging & data sharing harm all of us.
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