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- Matthew Huntbach 21st Jan - 8:21am
Tristan To question the correctness of the Brexit decision is your moral duty, given your strong feelings, but to question its legitimacy is not the...
- Jennie Rigg 21st Jan - 8:20am
LGBT+LD did the bridges not walls protest, see Buzzfeed: https://www.buzzfeed.com/matthewtucker/there-are-over-150-trump-protest-banners-being-dropped-over?utm_term=.ch8ZzGd9L#.jmaEv0MpO Does that count?
- Caron 21st Jan - 8:15am
It was certainly discussed at the Federal Board meeting last Saturday but nothing happened after that. I will need to find outv why.
- Catherine Jane Crosland 21st Jan - 8:09am
Thank you so much, Lorenzo :) You bring so much to this site - you are always positive and encouraging, even when you disagree with...
- Ed Shepherd 21st Jan - 8:03am
Money is the root of this access problem. Young people from wealthy backgrounds do not have to worry about the costs of doing a degree,...
- Thomas 21st Jan - 6:27am
Sorry guys, but unlike Lloyd George's Radical wing, Asquith and Co were very lukewarm and passive, especially in economic policies. Things like Central Electricity Board...
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