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Did get blocked in the end, so a deter was required. https://t.co/AaHxt9UqHp


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Walking across Oxford university parks to St Catherine's college. It's a hard life. (Lots of flooding) https://t.co/jxnnvA62T6


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RT @ThePCRC: This International Men’s Day PCRC is partnering with companies to raise awareness and funds for prostate cancer research. #Pants4Prostate encourages men and women to wear paper pants for the day to get people talking about prostate cancer. Find out more: https://t.co/hJ8qsUq0hr https://t.co/BK68ikfJHQ


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RT @chrischirp: The most *amazing* GE constituency online resource is now live, made by @ChristabelCoops !! Here is the link https://t.co/wB1bQ0EHvs Below are some highlights of what it contains... I think people like @robfordmancs @anandMenon1 @IanDunt @p_surridge @jburnmurdoch will love it!


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RT @justin_ales: Compared to the US, Canada, and Australia the UK provides the lowest proportion of direct education support to public HE institutions. The UK is the only country where foreign tuition fees provide more income to public institutions than direct government funding. https://t.co/wdnHn6LItq


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RT @justin_ales: Over the last 10 years the UK has seen a seismic shift in public higher education funding. In 2007 the government provided the largest block of funding for HE. In 2017 tuition from international students provided more educational income than the government. https://t.co/B4JG7TjzJX


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https://t.co/3XkVb8AMSC @MovemberUK https://t.co/PuLervaovN


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