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#Oxford's city centre is dying at astonishing speed. So many boarded-up shops, you could mistake this very rich city for one of the most depressed places in Britain. Thread/
Its famous Covered Market, founded in 1774, once fully occupied by small independent businesses, is in serious trouble. 5 of its 9 fresh food sellers have closed in the past 2 years.
Why is this happening? Because, with massive council support, the focus of the city has been shifted half a mile westwards with the massive enlargement of the Westgate Centre, a shopping mall known to some residents as the Death Star.
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1) All roads to #RussiaRussiaRussia lead to Democrats & China @BenKTallmadge @CarrollQuigley1 @MadAddictSport @almostjingo

12/04/18 Chaos at conservative think tank [Hudson] after donor revealed as Russian oligarch [#Blavatnik] #RussiaRussiaRussia
nypost.com/2018/12/04/cha…
2) #Blavatnik is now a "Russian Oligarch"....also described as British-American born in Soviet Union...also Ukrainian born....lol

Does this mean Oxford is infiltrated by #RussiaRussiaRussia? GTFO
golab.bsg.ox.ac.uk/about/blavatni…
3) #Blavatnik #Oxford TRANSFORMING CHINA'S SOCIAL SECTOR 😂
bsg.ox.ac.uk/transforming-c…
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1. Hilo sobre el extrañísimo combo Sharia, Feminismo, Diversidad Sexual y Derechos Humanos:

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#BringBackBachmann Federal investigators found the document in the home of Ismael Elbarasse, a founder of the Dar Al-Hijrah mosque in Falls Church, Virginia. Elbarasse was a member of the Palestine Committee, which the Muslim Brotherhood had created to support Hamas in the USA
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All medias, when they talk about @The3Million EU citizens living in the UK and #Brexit, they talk about families and how they can become very vulnerable.
But my story is not covered by this situation and is not unique.
We're vulnerable without a family to support us. Thread 1/20
I came in the UK in Oct 2013 to follow a boyfriend that I had by that time and because I wanted to leave France.
I thought that would be a great opportunity as lots of french young professionals want to go to the UK. That was my chance. 2/20
I was an Electrical Engineer in France with an equivalent of a Bachelor of Science in Electrical engineering. I did not know the English language very well and most important, the British Standards. But I did my 50% of my Bachelor in Germany so I thought I'll be alright. 3/20
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