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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 https://twitter.com/martinscott2010/status/1230840324718809088

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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 https://twitter.com/martinscott2010/status/1214820564537352197

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. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/21670811.2019.1709982

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 https://www.theguardian.com/education/2020/feb/20/students-join-manchester-university-staff-on-the-picket-line