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In case you're wondering where 'One Britain One Nation Day' has come from: It's not a government campaign. It's run by a guy called Kash Singh. He trademarked it in 2005, when he was a policeman. It's sprung to attention because the Department for Education tweeted this today. https://t.co/b94cEtDlYe
Permission has been granted to build 244 new homes in Collyhurst - including 100 social rented homes. This is the first phase of the Victoria North regeneration programme that will build 15,000 homes in the north of the city over the next two decades. ℹ️https://t.co/uKzoyh6IfU https://t.co/rakgOBDxxa
Many thanks to organisations such as @UniversitiesUK @LondonHigher who have submitted their evidence to the Higher Education Commission's inquiry into levelling up R&D funding. We have decided to extend the deadline for evidence to 2 July. For details see: https://t.co/y7IclktQXK
Head-scratching discrepancy in EU v UK stats on impact of #Brexit on UK exports to the EU - via @valentinaromei with inputs from @thom_sampson @MichaelGasiorek /1 https://t.co/RwNmn8lqW8 https://t.co/vTmGjichoJ
Or for informed comment. https://t.co/3pWscIbnij
Sorry but a city's leaders can't spend 4 years ignoring warnings and giving the go-ahead to myriad ugly glass skyscrapers, then act shocked when UNESCO accurately observe it is no longer appropriate to list the city as a world heritage site. You reap what you sow. https://t.co/KxIno3z9gX
Losing UNESCO world heritage designation will be a great boon for the city. https://t.co/Oq1er2bBuR