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    I’ve just tallied up all the tasks (65 of them!) we are expected to carry out in relation to teaching each year, many newly introduced and with no time allocated for learning the system, or for developing and improving. No wonder we’re all at breaking point. These include: 1/n

    One week left to apply for the @nesta_uk #FutureNewsFund, so if you:
    - have an idea for how to reinvent or transform public interest news
    - are a UK-registered company, cooperative, CIC, charity or other kind of organisation
    go here:
    https://www.nesta.org.uk/project/future-news-fund/call-ideas/

    Hope @EdinburghUni will follow suit. Their decision to make all strike deductions in January looks petty & punitive in contrast #UCUStrikesBack https://twitter.com/strathclydeucu/status/1202352624546267138

    Strathclyde #UCUStrikesBack@StrathclydeUCU

    Some good news for #StrathStrikers

    Deductions over three months, instead of the planned two.

    Shows goodwill on the part of @UniStrathclyde

    Hope other unis will follow suit.

    #UCUStrikesBack