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rajaaswain

Minister for Food Supplies & Consumer Welfare. 7 times MLA in Odisha Legislative Assembly from Athgarh Constituency. Views Personal. RT isn't endorsement.

Cepeda

Profesor Universidad @uc3m. Periodista. Senador @CepedaSen "The most important thing in communication is to feel what is being said and hearing what isn't said"

RT @RoryGeo: Work isn't just the best way out of poverty, it's the best way out of prison and away from crime. So it's good to see @DavidGauke @RobertBuckland and @MoJGovUK @hmpps teams outlining changes to 'Release on Temporary Licence' aka ROTL. bbc.co.uk/news/uk-484237…

RT @RoryGeo: Work isn't just the best way out of poverty, it's the best way out of prison and away from crime. So it's good to see @DavidGauke @RobertBuckland and @MoJGovUK @hmpps teams outlining changes to 'Release on Temporary Licence' aka ROTL. bbc.co.uk/news/uk-484237…

RT @jamesasm: RT @jamesasm: @gavinshuker But he isn't sorry

RT @GarethBQuinn: Trust Richard Leonard to paint a skewed picture on LA funding, this isn't a like for like of councils in Scotland & rUK as he'd like you to believe. If you were to do that, the evidence points to fair treatment for Scottish LAs. For example... twitter.com/LabourRichard/…

RT @TheFilmOracle: Fiona Bruce just claimed that this poster is "relatively ancient history." No it bloody isn't. It sums up The Brexit Party very well indeed. #bbcqt https://t.co/OJ4buvAVGo

RT @Ryan_Baldry: Parliament isn't locked. It's open. Everyone is still working. Writing to Ministers, dealing with casework. It's just MPs like you who are standing outside, or sitting in the chamber, trying to prove a point for social media rather than getting on with your job. twitter.com/ChrisLeslieMP/…

RT @GregLabour: MHCLG quote here claims they are giving 'extra funding' to local authorities. This isn't correct, there was actually a £1.3bn cut. There is an increase in spending power, as they've allowed councils to increase council tax. (@RJPartington) theguardian.com/society/2019/m…

RT @GregLabour: Except it isn't. Via the Guardian: "Only 2 million of 5.36 million public sector workers are expected to benefit and, with the exception of some extra funding for schools, the rises are expected to have to be drawn from existing budgets" twitter.com/politicshome/s…

RT @TheaGardO: @catwomanjanice @Jessicae13Eaton @SarahChampionMP Sorry, but that really isn't true. Shirley Williams & Clare Short did more for women than MT did. Catharine MacKinnon pioneered equality law that immeasurably improved women's lives in the workplace. Helena Kennedy, Southall Black Sisters & others broke new ground for women...1/2