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If you’ve been emailing my Nottingham Uni address it’s not worked for a few weeks and still isn’t so I’m not being rude!
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Punch in the face OR A big bag of gold?
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Steven Fielding retweeted
Alcohol, discovered by agents during a raid on an illegal distillery, pours out of the upper windows of a three-story storefront in Detroit, Michigan during Prohibition, 12th October 1929 - Walter P.Reuther Library, Wayne State University
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This one of the worst survey questions of its kind I've seen and I'll be using it in my survey methods course next year to illustrate how political grifters use polling to advance their agendas.
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If I was an English-speaking international student, looking for a welcoming - not hostile - environment I think I know where I’d go.
German universities offered over 1,800 courses entirely in English this year. For foreign students, Germany is an attractive place to study due to low or no tuition fees and average monthly living costs of under €900.
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Momentum failed in its most novel & important aim, to transform Labour into a social movement & became just another means of mobilising Corbyn loyalists in the party. No wonder it’s in big trouble now. theguardian.com/commentisfre…
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The failure of momentum to even get close to starting to become a genuine social movement during 2015-18 raises important questions for the left which I’m not sure anybody is asking, because it’s just easier to blame Starmer. But if you couldn’t do it then, when can you do it?
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The heroes/villains narrative that underpins the Fisher piece is very much how some on the left seems to see matters, but there are basic issues of structure and strategy which that approach completely ignores.
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‘Ever have any dark thoughts, Gareth?’
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One more tweet in your timeline declaring England to be duds. They’re stumbling to the inevitable quarter final exit.
Above us, only Sky Sports.
Imagine bringing on Jordan Henderson instead of Rashford or Foden…
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A shame Ally McCoist isn’t commentating on this game to bring viewers some entertainment.
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Though Lee Dixon’s miserabilism is appropriate for England’s insipid performance.
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Pele craftily re-gifting the soccer ball Nixon had given him earlier in the 1970s.
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Nixon heading a soccer ball.
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Ronald Reagan kicks around a soccer ball. 1980s.
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#Triggered Emma Burnell’s play at the White Bear this week raises all the difficult questions about Labour Party democracy. Great to see a political play that tells it like it is.
President of the John Redwood Fan Club: the search continues.
That may be a fair comment, but all this started in a debate over a haughty man who’s past as an elected lawmaker rewards checking. You either think that John Redwood is a charming example of moral rectitude, or you don’t. I’ve met him and I don’t.
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It’s Sunak that’s broken, not the new dawn.
After his first month as Britain's prime minister, Rishi Sunak's challenges are just beginning. He is facing a stagnating economy, a cost-of-living crisis and a Conservative Party that is fractious and increasingly unpopular after 12 years in power. apne.ws/jo18rz7
If only London wasn’t cut off from Manchester thanks to @AvantiWestCoast I would’ve seen this by now.
Went to Emma Burnell's great play Triggered tonight, about a Labour MP facing deselection. It's very funny and insightful, and reminds us that amid all the betrayal and skulduggery, politicians are also human beings.
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