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“Untitled”: How do you name a new way of working?

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.


...and all that Chas

Queering Time

from ...and All That Chas

Twitter: @EnstonJump

If it's sexist, chances are I'll be writing about it.


A Girl Called Jack

Corn Bread Muffins, 10p each

from A Girl Called Jack

Twitter: @MsJackMonroe

Seaside journalist and single mum to a Small Boy, feeding them both on £10 a week budget. Occasional angry bird.


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We heard you shouting for our freedom and it gave us hope! Women from Yarl's...

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.


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You're havin' a laugh!

from The Girl with the Edinburgh Tattoo

Twitter: @GirlWithEdinTat

Views, reviews, encouraging words, local matters, bigger issues, all seen from an existential Edinburgh woman's perspective.


BaroqueInHackney

The Forward Prize shortlists: Excelsior!

from Baroque in Hackney

Twitter: @KatyEvansBush

This blogger's a poet and political commentator holed up in Hackney. She's been shortlisted for the Orwell prize and she's raring to go. Read on for some well-written insights into current affairs...


A Little Bit of Wisdom in Every Box...

In which I become a knackered old car.

from A Little Bit of Wisdom in Every Box...

Twitter: @fakesamburnett

An everyday man with a lot to say about nothing in particular.


cazzypotsblog

The 1.30 Club

from cazzypotsblog

Twitter: @cazzypot

Writing about a variety of education issues from both teacher and parent perspective.


Robin Ince

Not Tying Nooses Yet

from Robinince's Blog

Twitter: @robinince

Robin Ince is co-host of Radio 4's Infinite Monkey Cage, author of Bad Book Club and perpetually touring stand up comedian, with shows about Charles Darwin, Sponge Crabs, and everything in the univer...


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from Allison's Blog

Twitter: @aogdennewton

CEO of a social enterprise, award-winning gardener and author of the occasional Guardian and Observer article.