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Same difference

One Million Hits!!!

from Same Difference

Twitter: @samedifference1

A blog written by a physically disabled 20-something female on disability issues big and small. News, views and information for disabled people, parents and carers.


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One man, two guvnors: the conflict at the heart of British justice

from Life in Custody

Twitter: @LifeInCustody

A blog by The Justice Gap with all the latest news about representing children and vulnerable people in custody.


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A Listening Government

from Twitmericks

On the birthday of one Edward Lear He came up with a novel idea To report on the news It’s limericks he'll use And will aim to do so for a year.


Nimati Emam - Mind Release

Dear ABC News: This is Gaza. Dear World: We Need Social Media Activism to Debun...

from Nimati Emam - Mind Release

Twitter: @nimatiemam

I write about women, social matters and different observations from the Middle East.


The Honeyball Buzz

Labour to Put Women's Safety at Centre Stage

from The Honeyball Buzz

Twitter: @maryhoneyball

The blog of Mary Honeyball, Labour MEP for London and European spokesperson on Women and the Education and Culture Committee.


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China's false memory syndrome

from Serena Kutchinsky

I tackle modern feminism, pop culture and politics for Prospect Magazine


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‘Sometimes those who have less give more'

from Disgruntled of Didsbury

Twitter: @Disgruntleddids

Life, pregnancy, relationships, travel- the usual!


Jump mag

Summer Clothes: Girls' Edition

from Jump Mag For Girls

Twitter: @jumpmag

An online magazine for pre-teens. Guaranteed fluff-free.


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“Open Wide” or Wide Open?

from Relationalwelfare

Twitter: @weareparticiple

We want to change how local communities work. We want to make relationships matter in local GP, health services, hospitals. People need relationships. We need your help to make this happen.


Sarah Graham

Lifeworks and the power of protest

from Sarah Graham

Twitter: @SarahGraham7

Journalism, Feminism, Literature and Culture.