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Here is Trump getting booed as he stands behind RBG’s casket at SCOTUS. The crowd then chants “vote him out” and “honor her wish.” He shuffles away pretty quickly. https://t.co/gTUh2Ab8db
I've been to a ton of Jewish funerals that end this way https://t.co/ZY8JcEaqus
Harry Evans created the modern Sunday Times. In doing so he secured his place as the greatest Editor of his generation. https://t.co/1t4JjTn3Ht
Harry was the master of all journalism required. He excelled at writing, layout, display, typefaces, pictures. He had an unerring instinct for a story and he believed in costly investigative journalism. All of which came together in his magnificent, campaigning Sunday Times. https://t.co/24GXgrA1Du
Labour wants to punish homeless people for a housing crisis they didn’t create, by charging 25% of their weekly income when they are in emergency accommodation @NZGreens is fighting to stop this cruel policy and focus on building enough public housing 💚 https://t.co/1Nk3uYZ1Gm
Look mate anyone whose housing is only costing a quarter of their income is incredibly fortunate. Get REAL! https://t.co/Yw8yvHYAws
We talk past each other. Some use “I argue for” to mean “I assert” rather than “I provide reasons for”. Equally commending someone’s statements as “rigorous” often amounts to “an uncompromising assertion of views I agree with” rather than “a strongly reasoned case”.