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National Trust hires Vote Leave boss to ‘de-woke-ify’ itself

A strategic advisory firm headed by former-Vote Leave communications boss Paul Stephenson (pictured) and David Cameron's director of strategy Ameet Gill has been hired by the 'out of touch' National Trust in a bid to 'de-woke-ify' itself

A strategic advisory firm headed by a former-Vote Leave boss has been hired by the National Trust in a bid to ‘de-woke-ify’ itself. The Trust was accused of ‘woke virtue signalling’ after it published a 115-page report on several of its properties links to colonialism and slavery earlier this year. Members threatened to cancel their subscriptions in protest…

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National Trust chair praises BLM as a ‘human rights movement with no party-political affiliations’

Tim Parker, he has been chair of the National Trust since 2014

National Trust chair praises Black Lives Matter as a ‘human rights movement with no party-political affiliations’ despite UK arm calling for an end to capitalism and the ‘abolition’ of the police Tim Parker risks alienating the Trust’s 5.6 million members with his statement  His view came in letter in response to report that found a…

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An Uncommonly Enchanting Painted Poem Celebrating the Wilderness of the Imagination and Our Capacity for Love, Trust, and Hope – Brain Pickings

The Unwinding: An Uncommonly Enchanting Painted Poem Celebrating the Wilderness of the Imagination and Our Capacity for Love, Trust, and Hope

“Some dreams aren’t dreams at all, just another angle of physical reality,” Patti Smith wrote in Year of the Monkey — her exquisite dreamlike book-length prose poem about mending the broken realities of life, a meditation drawn from dreams that are “much more than dreams, as if originating from the dawn of mind.” As I…

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