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Opening access to the countryside
The country’s first ever specialist centre in Oxfordshire will improve countryside access for wheelchair users, those with mobility needs, horse riders, cyclists and walkers.

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SIX degrees outside, not sure I'll be swimming later !

The BBC has leapt gleefully upon Mark Serwotka ‘doing a Ken Livingstone’ , while the Indie editorial could be direct from TelAviv Central ! ( Beware of flying "antisemitic tropes'' )

https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/ed ... 36126.html


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Somewhere I had a temp job many moons ago, the IT dept had a rule where anyone going on holiday had to bring back a snow globe, they had a display table for them, one with the Pope in. :D

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SIX degrees outside, not sure I'll be swimming later !

The BBC has leapt gleefully upon Mark Serwotka ‘doing a Ken Livingstone’ , while the Indie editorial could be direct from TelAviv Central ! ( Beware of flying "antisemitic tropes'' )

https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/ed ... tive-party
a8536126.html

It could be a new version of 'Just a minute' discuss Labour policy for 60 seconds without hesitation, repetition, deviation or anti-Semitic trope.


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frog222 wrote:
SIX degrees outside, not sure I'll be swimming later !

The BBC has leapt gleefully upon Mark Serwotka ‘doing a Ken Livingstone’ , while the Indie editorial could be direct from TelAviv Central ! ( Beware of flying "antisemitic tropes'' )

https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/ed ... 36126.html


That link now provides "page not found".


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Too expensive (and tacky) reminds me - many years ago the Sheffield Catholic Cathedral giftshop had a reduced price figurine of the Virgin Mary, labelled as 'Imperfect'


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AnatolyKasparov wrote:
frog222 wrote:
SIX degrees outside, not sure I'll be swimming later !

The BBC has leapt gleefully upon Mark Serwotka ‘doing a Ken Livingstone’ , while the Indie editorial could be direct from TelAviv Central ! ( Beware of flying "antisemitic tropes'' )

https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/ed ... 36126.html


That link now provides "page not found".

Still working here!


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Yes - still works!


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Its working for me now, strangely.


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So as a change from the periodic "Labour breakaway" rumours, it now seems that Uncle Vince has been meeting disgruntled Tory MPs. Interesting, possibly?


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Hello, PorFavor
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https://www.gov.uk/government/news/opening-access-to-the-countryside

Press release

Opening access to the countryside
The country’s first ever specialist centre in Oxfordshire will improve countryside access for wheelchair users, those with mobility needs, horse riders, cyclists and walkers.

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"...members of the public have actively been encouraged to explore the reserve through the removal of unnecessary stiles, gates and fences and the installation of easy-access gates. This is key to the National Nature Reserve Strategy, itself a year old in September, which seeks to see England’s nature restored, enriched and reconnected to people.

Landowners, land managers, rights of way officers and other users will be able to book onto training courses at the National Land Access Centre to aid understanding of the new standard and its application. This will involve testing new equipment with a view to installing it across the nation. Its implementation will help ensure that everyone can access and enjoy the countryside."
Removing unnecessary stiles and installation of easy-access gates? They've removed stiles. There weren't no easy-access gates just a lot of spikes.


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No evidence of working to a narrative,especially the wrinkly hands.


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https://www.parliament.uk/business/committees/committees-a-z/lords-select/economic-affairs-committee/news-parliament-2017/social-care-call-for-evidence/

Call for evidence launched into social care funding in England
I got another work assignment notification letter drafting me into service. Time conflicts with the first one, teaching classes in the removable shelter units.


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Very similar to phraseology in benefit "reforms".Cannot seem to rid themselves of warped factually untrue mindset and divisions that don't exist.


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No evidence of working to a narrative,especially the wrinkly hands.

The disembodied hand images demonstrate a lack of creativity
Why use those specific images?


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False basis,wrong questions and priority.


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Narrative/false representation.


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Passive,needy,beholden etc.


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"Generational " when it isn't.


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How is Constance today?


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When it works,after a battle it did for us,an equal participatory citizen rather than the preferred sufficiently pathetic for others egos.Mutually beneficial to individual and Society.No brainer as they say.


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Cameron's praise of being part of a long term economic plan was correct but not his


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How is Constance today?


She's well, thank you! Although she looks as pissed off as I feel about the way the world's going at the moment.

Terrible weather in the Philippines. Or is it just a rumour spread by the Democrats - as per the Puerto Rican death-toll?


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So as a change from the periodic "Labour breakaway" rumours, it now seems that Uncle Vince has been meeting disgruntled Tory MPs. Interesting, possibly?

Unsurprising, definitely.

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So as a change from the periodic "Labour breakaway" rumours, it now seems that Uncle Vince has been meeting disgruntled Tory MPs. Interesting, possibly?

Unsurprising, definitely.


Well, if some Tories jumped ship first it might be a bit surprising actually. Would certainly go against some long-standing media narratives.


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Minister’s comments on negotiations over Irish border problem seen as optimistic

Dominic Raab has surprised EU officials and diplomats by optimistically claiming the Brexit talks are “closing in” on a solution to the Irish border problem, following a 30-minute telephone conversation with Michel Barnier.

In reality, the two men had a call that lasted about 30 minutes on Friday, sources said. EU diplomats in Brussels also expressed astonishment at the sunny outlook offered by the British cabinet minister over the state of the negotiations. (Guardian)


https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2018/sep/14/eu-officials-refute-raab-claim-that-brexit-talks-are-closing-in-on-deal


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So as a change from the periodic "Labour breakaway" rumours, it now seems that Uncle Vince has been meeting disgruntled Tory MPs. Interesting, possibly?

Unsurprising, definitely.


Well, if some Tories jumped ship first it might be a bit surprising actually. Would certainly go against some long-standing media narratives.

Unsurprising that he's meeting them.
I agree it would be surprising if any of them actually acted.

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#Neil Crowther
he more I read about de-institutionalisation the more I think a major error is to position institutions as 'the bad thing' rather than as symptomatic of extreme exclusion. They should be phased out, but doing so without addressing their causes will not create the alternative.

..instead, countries just reinvent institutionalisation, scaled down, sometimes hard to discern, but with all its unfreedoms, segregation & hostilities, still denying people equality and inclusion, but can then say 'but we closed the old institutions'. This is happening all over.


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EU diplomats reject Raab claim that Brexit talks are 'closing in' on deal

Minister’s comments on negotiations over Irish border problem seen as optimistic

Dominic Raab has surprised EU officials and diplomats by optimistically claiming the Brexit talks are “closing in” on a solution to the Irish border problem, following a 30-minute telephone conversation with Michel Barnier.

In reality, the two men had a call that lasted about 30 minutes on Friday, sources said. EU diplomats in Brussels also expressed astonishment at the sunny outlook offered by the British cabinet minister over the state of the negotiations. (Guardian)


https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2018/sep/14/eu-officials-refute-raab-claim-that-brexit-talks-are-closing-in-on-deal


Just for once, a use of "refute" that perhaps isn't totally erroneous.


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