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acuriousorange

Happy "Screw the Poor" Day, everyone!

from A Curious Orange

Twitter: @SamPancheri

Putting the world to rights, one tea-saturated ramble at a time.


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Women Human Rights Defenders – Unsung Heroes

from Liz Fisher-Frank. Writer and Lawyer

Twitter: @lizfisherfrank

A children's rights/family lawyer and author of teen thrillers, I write about law, rights and fiction.


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Refugees and racism

from Tubemole

I have just started a blog which I hope will highlight atheism and humanism, and bringing up a free thinking child.


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Here We Go Again

from Deejoda

About life in general, present, past and future. Mostly to do with relationships, work, politics and justice with a bit of health thrown in


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Taking Thrift to New Depths

from Diana's Blog - Glorious Confusion

A blog about North London, politics and human rights.


the vacillating mother

More Write, Less Rum

from The Vacillating Mother

Twitter: @billoddyssey

A confessional style blog with all posts written by Willow Oddie. As the title suggests, motherhood entails a host of contradictory elements and the blog space is dedicated to fleshing-out some of...


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Syrian Refugee Support Game – Tickets on sale now

from Jali05

elected councillor for The Lane ward in Southwark. She is the Chair of the Scrutiny Committee for Education and Children's Services for the


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THE TRAVELLING CIRCUS

from Lulu Stardust

Sleep-deprived musings and frustrations on motherhood, identity and the politics of parenting


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Don't Look Now

from Wife in the North

Twitter: @judithoreilly

This blog is so old its roots are showing - Wife in the North is credited with kicking off mummy blogging in the UK. Went viral. Became a bestselling book. Wifey is still in the building.


Gary's Garbled Gabblings

#Timetotalk Day 2016

from Gary's Garbled Gabblings

Twitter: @garymarkfuller

Engaging in the odd rant, or pondering the state of the world from my point of view... not to be confused with the opinions of any company.