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Bianca Jagger

"I paint self-portraits because I am so often alone, because I am the person I know best"-#fridakahlo

"I tried to drown my sorrows, but the bastards learned how to swim, and now I am overwhelmed by this decent and good feeling" - #fridakahlo

'Nothing is absolute. Everything changes, everything moves, everything revolves, everything flies and goes away' - Frida Kahlo

Yesterday at the Christian @Dior Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2017-2018 #dior

A privilege to be at the German Parliament speaking about #rapeasweaponofwar with #chancellormerkel, leader of the free world and role model for girls and women everywhere.

Group picture after my speech #rapeasweaponofwar with chancellor #Angelamerkel, CDU parliamentary group president #Volkerkauder, Minister #gerdmüller, #Duzentekkal, #Salwarasho, #Pramillapatten, #Nusretasivac and others

#georgeosborne former #tory Chancellor says #theresamay is a #deadwomanwalking — and it's just a question of when she will go #GE2017

It has been a pleasure and a privilege to be on #Facebook for the last seven years to communicate with all my friends and followers. I hope that my efforts to keep you informed on music and art have brought joy into your life and my posts on current affairs, human rights, social justice and environmental protection have helped to raise awareness. These issues are at the heart of the work of Bianca Jagger Human Rights Foundation #BJHRF. I look forward to many more years of interacting with you. xxx ❤️💋

Police Chief Sir Hugh Orde said 2 years ago: Tory Cuts Will Increase Risk of Terror Attacks – Police Chief Sir Hugh Orde, outgoing president of Acpo, fears policing system is nearing a ‘tipping point’ if resources continue to be reduced
The British state will no longer be able adequately to protect the public from criminals and the growing threat of homegrown terrorists if the Conservatives push through their plans to cut further into police numbers, the outgoing leader of the country’s chief constables has told the Observer.
Sir Hugh Orde, the retiring president of the Association of Chief Police Officers (Acpo), the body responsible for the strategic coordination of police forces in times of national emergency, claimed that under Tory plans to take another 20% from the police budget on re-election, the risk to citizens would rise “exponentially”.
The coalition has already slashed the police budget by around 26% over the last five years, at a cost of 35,000 officers, and has signalled its intention to maintain that rate of cuts.
New figures from the House of Commons library show that if Tory spending cuts announced in last year’s autumn statement – which would lead to public spending falling to just 35% of GDP – were applied equally across un-ringfenced departments, they would lead to the loss of 29,900 police officers and 6,700 community support officers by 2019/20, bringing the ratio of officers to population to its lowest level since records began.
On Saturday it emerged that forces were already drafting radical plans to deal with next year’s cuts.
In the face of the significant growing threats from terrorism and cybercrime, Orde admitted he now had doubts that the state would any longer be able to fulfil its fundamental obligation to keep the public safe if further policing cuts of the size proposed were made.
He said that wider cuts to the public services had already put an increased burden on the police as a “service of last resort”, with officers having to fill in for ambulance crews and deal with those let down by depleted mental health care.
Orde, who said he had concerns about the future of community policing, said: “The police force is shrinking and

I'm voting #labour because I care about my family, the environment, the #NHS, our countryside, our future- I want the #ToriesOut #GE2017 do you?

Dear friends I am thinking of you #happyeastersunday

I am wearing #ZandraRhodes for the #sundaytimesmagazine

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