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Great blog post from one of our POST fellows https://t.co/NnOaZ0Zxmn
@tomstafford @SophieStams her email is email@example.com
@tomstafford sorry I got the wrong fellow it's actually @SophieStams
@tomstafford do you want to get in touch with our fellow working on this POSTnote Sarah Foxen firstname.lastname@example.org
@JoBrodie @ahrcpress we agree! #oooh
Exciting new work by @POST_UK on cognitive biases in court & forensic linguistics has begun! Thanks to @ahrcpress for funding 2 PhD fellows
A photo from @UKParlArchives showing acts written on goat skin. 8 days to go! #GE2015 https://t.co/xA2RXLu580
@FAOstatistics we have a briefing coming out soon about novel foods and insects was one area @OsborneSteph looked at when writing it
@OsborneSteph Quite appetising @FAOstatistics
@SophieStams Looking forward to welcoming you to POST next week. If you have any last minute q's let me know
.@cptyler's British response to the sunshine http://t.co/nHZo1rylLA
Another fellow lunchtime talk, this time out in the sunshine 🌞 http://t.co/efFjpiz0tp
@oscarbranson @SarahMDurant @CaitlinGrace_M depends if political consensus aligns with evidence
@dougmcneall @Pettorelli I think we both are