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Protected: Autism in a Mainstream School

from The Lottie Manifesto

Twitter: @clkh_

Mum of two boys, one with autism, one going through the diagnosis process, who is interested in politics and social work.


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Moved to FadedSeasideMama.co.uk

from Faded Seaside Mama

Twitter: @mummysallygg

Living outside the mainstream with young kids in an English seaside town


IrenaSouroup

The End of the Affair

from Barker's Broken Britain

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


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True North

from Wife in the North

Twitter: @judithoreilly

This blog is so old its roots are showing - Wife in the North is credited with kicking off mummy blogging in the UK. Went viral. Became a bestselling book. Wifey is still in the building.


mussolinis mam

An Insider's Top Five Things to Do in Florence

from Mussolini's Mam

A mum writes about letters, Italy and foreign affairs. This blogger gives her expat view on Italy and what feels like an expat view on life itself.


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Who, her? What I would like to see for the twelfth Doctor.

from Gavel! Discuss...

Twitter: @gaveldiscuss

A joint blog where my friend and I use our posts to present a case and an opinion (gavel) with an invite to challenge and debate with us (discuss).


One Man's Mind

Moving

from One Man's Mind

Twitter: @DanielNanavati

A daily 250 words on anything that comes to mind, once a week a poem (not mine!).


BubblesDeux

Love is a Springtime Plant…Gustave Flaubert on Love

from Bubbles. Deux.

Twitter: @bubblesdeux

One girl writing about love, life and the pursuit of a triathlon podium finish. Lots of heartbreak ahead.


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The Barristers Tale: Sex, Women and the Law. Why it matters.

from The Barrister's Tale

Criminal barrister Catherine Donnelly is campaigning against the government's proposed legal aid cuts.


June O'Sullivan

Dear Colleagues, it's time we finally took control.

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.