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Feminism and Politics

 


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Working through my maternity leave improved my confidence

from The Early Hour

Twitter: @theearlyhour

For the early risers


BaroqueInHackney

Last minute! I'm adding a daytime advanced poetry workshop starting this coming...

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...


EdinburghEye

A second EU referendum or Brexit?

from Edinburgh Eye

Twitter: @EyeEdinburgh

Lives in Edinburgh. Two cats. Drinks tea. Also has a gamer girlfriend and a stepdog. He is confrontational and holds strong opinions. You probably won't agree with all of them. You may even agree...


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Hello world!

from All That's Left

Twitter: @all_thats_left_

A blog that takes a look at politics, music, sport and life in general.


Karen Ingala Smith

1,000 dead women

from Karen Ingala Smith

Twitter: @K_IngalaSmith

Feminism, male violence against women and children, infertility.


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The Department for Education: 2018 in review.

from The Way We Live Now

Twitter: @emmabishton

My thoughts on education, healthcare and other issues of interest - and often on how these things fit (or don't fit) together.


Down in front, please.

If Carlsberg made years...

from Down in front, please.

Twitter: @downinfrontpls

Raising a child with Down syndrome in the UK, by a Tiger Mama with zero tolerance for labels. Rukai has DS, but it sure hasn't got him.


IrenaSouroup

The Good Life: My resolutions for a more homespun 2019

from Barker's Broken Britain

A London mum-of-two rages against the ruling elites, offering commentary on news, politics and the media.


sally d

Master Mentalism Overview, Something You will Need for Becoming Mentalist

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...


June O'Sullivan

The Carousel or the Chimney: Where is the Minister?

from June O' Sullivan

Twitter: @JuneOSullivan

June O'Sullivan is CEO of The London Early Years Foundation (LEYF). A qualified psychiatric nurse and social worker, June blogs about various aspects of early years education and care.