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How to Be Jobless

Q&A with Gerri Spiers, the “Interview me now!” sandwich board lady

from How to Be Jobless

Twitter: @howtobejobless

Formerly anonymous hack blogging joblessness, hopelessness and the hilarity of it all.


blog

The Way We Live Now. Again.

from Economistadentata

Twitter: @drlangtry_girl

Econonmista, PhD student, mum, all purpose stresshead, not necessarily in that order, on good days all 4 simultaneously.


blog

What is wrong with John Bercow?

from Charlotte Henry - blog of a digital politico

A blog looking at politics, technology, media and, data - and how they all combine.


Sarah Graham

A Feminist Times farewell round-up

from Sarah Graham

Twitter: @SarahGraham7

Journalism, Feminism, Literature and Culture.


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Booker Prize 2014 longlist: British authors are still on top

from Serena Kutchinsky

I tackle modern feminism, pop culture and politics for Prospect Magazine


Robin Ince

My Brain Officially Exists…Barring Philosophical Conundrums on the debatable...

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...


The Honeyball Buzz

Women Continue to be Negatively Portrayed in the Media

from The Honeyball Buzz

Twitter: @maryhoneyball

The blog of Mary Honeyball, Labour MEP for London and European spokesperson on Women and the Education and Culture Committee.


Same difference

ESA Needs Fundamental Redesign, Finds Report

from Same Difference

Twitter: @samedifference1

A blog written by a physically disabled 20-something female on disability issues big and small. News, views and information for disabled people, parents and carers.


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Part 1: The learning from London Circle

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.


Kate Belgrave

Don't like homeless people in your area? Don't like kids? Spike them!

from Kate Belgrave

Twitter: @hangbitch

Mainly a collection of interviews with people who rely on public services and who have fought as their services have been privatised and eroded.