Ex NHS, ex-facebooker, Generation X (but not Idol), volunteer, park runner, reader, hobbyist and alfresco coffee drinker.

Warwick
Joined July 2008
This tower is a thing of beauty #Bosherton
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馃敟馃敟馃敟 Must watch. This is how it's done. 馃敟馃敟馃敟
Holy shit. @alfranken just gave a master class in shutting down Republican lies.
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When, in grief, and in need of some quiet reflection, I always get a mate to film it too.
I wanted to return to Buckingham Palace today for some quiet reflection and lay my own tribute. Crowds young, old, from all ethnicities and backgrounds. Truly the best of British doing her justice.
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There are rumours about a mutiny in the Russian army. Things are not going well for the master of the Kremlin.
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That trade war looking less attractive? Still hoping somehow the Irish / EU can give the UK government everything it promised to the unionists...
Truss planning an early trip to Dublin to talk about the Northern Irland protocol, so don't expect Article 16 immediately thetimes.co.uk/article/82f69鈥
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My god. We鈥檝e just been quoted 13k on a fixed rate for our dual fuel! Are we meant to take it? @MartinSLewis How is everyone going to manage?
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Went to see that Oxide Ghosts Brass Eye film. Very hilarious onslaught of deleted scenes and tidbits. It鈥檚 on tour with Michael Cumming who did a great intro/Q&A so go see it round your parts if you can.
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Still notable how much of what Truss apparently plans is an 80s retread of no particular relevance to today's economy. Hard to see most of being anything other than talk for the faithful.
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Let's put aside the stark madness that this "solution" assumes the nation is full of homes with open fireplaces, and move onto the the fact that Richard, a former director of the right-wing Institute of Economic Affairs, is genuinely suggesting we burn books.
One solution to the energy crisis is to suspend smoke control zones and other red tape - so that freezing pensioners could burn wood, old books etc. to stay warm this winter. But in reality they don't want people to have alternative, low-cost options. deframedia.blog.gov.uk/2021/鈥
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The tortured genius that was PETER SELLERS tells a Michael Caine story on The Late Late Show in 1970 - cue Caine & Co instantly and brilliantly brought to life鈥
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You literally voted in favour of this happening!
I am appalled by the latest sewage discharges into bathing waters in the local area, and Southern Water must be held to account for this threat to both public health and marine life. (1/2)
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Replying to @EstherMcVey1
Regarding masks, this is an unscientific opinion, which is not supported by evidence.
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Beggars belief.
Dear @duncancbaker You are MP for North Norfolk and my home town of #Cromer I remember growing up and swimming in a sea that was at times awash with #rawsewage For so many years the water has been beautiful. Why in October did YOU vote to allow #watercompanies to do it again?
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This is my local MP, Tory Fiona Bruce. She voted to allow the continuation of raw sewage being poured into our rivers and seas. There is now not a single river, stream or lake in England that meets the official "good health" standard. Don't forget who did this. @UK_FoRBEnvoy
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(Might contain shit.)
Made with British Water...WTAF馃お馃お馃ぃ馃ぃ
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Over 9 million people (bbc1 and iplayer) watched the Lionesses beat Spain last night. Build it and they will come 鈿斤笍鈿斤笍鈿斤笍
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Further proof the UK government treats Parliament with total contempt as regard to trade deals. And if that is how it thinks of MPs, imagine how little it cares about the businesses our trade policy is supposed to help. A 'we know best' attitude based on nothing.
Leader of the House of Commons @Mark_Spencer says government's commitment to holding debate on trade deals "is subject to the request being made in a timely manner and parliamentary time being available." questions-statements.parliam鈥
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Big Ben is a bell, you bellend.
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Not holding out much hope for Sunak winning over the members given outright hostility from Conservative newspapers. Which means businesses will now have to actively prepare for a trade war with the EU. Afraid it is that bad.
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Another photo op for Truss - Spot what is wrong with this picture 馃榿
She's having trouble setting them up?
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This was taken shortly after sunrise this morning on Glastonbury Tor. The rays were incredible to see fanning out behind the tower.
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