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Love, love, love – and some leadership

All together now… It was Valentine’s Day the day after Weekly Blog Club’s Week 6 ended, and the posts of the week anticipated it with lots of love in the air. Mark Wood wrote about his love of photography that

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eCounts and eSentiment – Eezer Goode!

Carolyne Mitchell was busy on Valentine’s Day – demonstrating her love of democracy by working as an Information Officer at the count for the Rutherglen South by-election. She gives an interesting glimpse of Scottish democracy in action – and a

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My ValenTyne

Good punning and lovely sentiment from Janet E Davis here as she showcases a lovely piece of graffiti in Newcastle. Janet uses this to meditate on her feelings for the city and why the graffiti works. My ValenTyne by Janet E

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This is the much longer playlist of the ironic, poignant, or plain sad love songs

This is the second of Janet Davis’ blog posts this week, which features a lovely array of sad, ironic and poignant love songs in a Spotify playlist. Right from the off with Iggy Pop’s Fall in Love with Me (which

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This is the happy love songs playlist

This is a collection of happy songs from Janet E Davis, who uses Spotify to good effect to showcase a wide variety of love songs. From Annie Lennox’s vulnerable singing in Eurythmics’ Miracle of Love to Madness’ upbeat and sure

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