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53 year old, Badrinath Singh, father of the rape victim speaks with Spiegel journalist, Weiland Wagner during an interview in his ancestral house in Medawar Kalan in Ballia district of Uttar Pradesh, India. Photo: Sanjit Das/Panos for Der Spiegel

Martin Scott

March 8, 2019

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A reminder to all members to meet in the SU at 17:45 to organise our pickets for this event. Pickets will run 18:00-19:00 to make audience members aware they are crossing a picket line. #UCUstrikes #UCUstrikesback #UCUstrike

Martin Scott@martinscott2010

Despite helping to invite BBC Any Questions to @uniofeastanglia this evening, I have decided I can not cross the picket line to attend. #UCUstrikesback @UEA_UCU @NadiaWhittomeMP #BBCaq #UCUStrikesBack #USS #FourFights

I know I already tweeted about this, but @LindsayPalmerUW piece on @nytimes and #vr or 360 videos is so rich. It is also a great example of textual analysis.

Students, do you want lecturers who are living like this? Many young/newly qualified colleagues are given unsustainable and unnecessarily elongated contractual arrangements with no clear path forward. How do they plan families & lives? #UCUstrike