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natalie harris

Yule it like a Dude

from Natalie Harris

Twitter: @NatalieHarris

Natalie shares her Obsessions du Jour, which range from the phone hacking scandal to Benedict Cumberbatch.


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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all people of goodwill everywhere

from Climate Lessons

The focus is on drawing attention to and refuting frightening and misleading materials about climate aimed at school children.


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northern satire does not get any shitter than this

from Yer Know The Dance

Twitter: @YKTD1

Satirical social comment. Digging until they find bones to not let go of and ensuring those who buried them are reminded to either repent or bury their bones deeper. Ex-lads, wondering, and hoping,...


sally d

Walking Off Anger

from Sally Donovan

Twitter: @sallydwrites

Sally writes about parenting two children who have been adopted from UK social services. This intriguing blog reveals what it's like to be an adoptive parent and discusses parenting with a differenc...


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Our response to Yvette Cooper's announcement on Yarl's Wood detention centre

from Women for Refugee Women Blog

Twitter: @4refugeewomen

Read the stories of women from far and wide in this blog by Natasha Walter. Natasha's a journalist and campaigner who founded Women for Refugee Women to support women seeking asylum in the UK.


discursiveofTW

We need brave people to speak out

from Discursive of Tunbridge Wells

Twitter: @CCCUAppPsy

Engaging the public in thoughtful consideration of issues related to mental health, psychological distress, and health care and current affairs. We use ideas from psychology to help understand these...


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A reason to celebrate the shortest day of the year

from Writer's cramp

Twitter: @barbaraspencerO

Children's author Barbara Spencer blogs


Eccentric Seal

Returning to Blogging and Being a Housewife

from Eccentric Seal

A working class, socialist mum living in Glasgow writes about her life and draws wider political conclusions where she can.


Calm Down Dear

Is Pinterest Making Misery Out of Motherhood

from Calm Down Dear

This feminist blogger's writing clearly and critically about the cuts, the Coalition and what's wrong with the private sector.


Terrific.

What if you don't love your babies?

from Terrific.

Twitter: @eewarwoowar

Random thoughts from a currently unemployed editor about my toddler, my baby-to-be, and my frustrations with the whole entire world.