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>> No. 83792 Anonymous
26th December 2017
Tuesday 1:29 am
83792 Owen Jones
http://www.thetelegraphandargus.co.uk/news/15788106.Racial_division_within_Bradford_is__horrible_state_of_affairs___warns_scrutiny_committee_chairman/
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>> No. 83794 Anonymous
26th December 2017
Tuesday 4:52 am
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>>83792
Well that's just sad. To be honest, being being mixed race and all, I also avoid Bradford. Both the Asians and whites are just scum.
>> No. 83795 Anonymous
26th December 2017
Tuesday 8:17 pm
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I like how the responses can be predicted based upon political affiliation.
>Councillor Cath Bacon (Lab, Keighley West) added: “It is the xenophobic and racial section of society that you need to reach. We have people goose-stepping outside the asylum seekers’ centre in Keighley centre.”
>> No. 83805 Anonymous
29th December 2017
Friday 10:20 pm
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What's the deal with the image?
>> No. 83806 Anonymous
29th December 2017
Friday 11:00 pm
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>>83805
Naz Shah got in trouble for her Twitter account liking and retweeting that tweet. Important to note it was by a parody account rather than Owen Jones himself.
>> No. 83807 Anonymous
30th December 2017
Saturday 12:00 pm
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I thought Bradford was on the up. The new fancy underground shopping centre looks dead nice, and the Broadway finally opened a couple of years ago after 11 years of development. I was hoping the city was having a renaissance.
>> No. 83808 Anonymous
30th December 2017
Saturday 12:26 pm
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>>83807

It's really not bad. It's basically just Leeds but cheaper. They're refubishing loads of old factories and mills and putting in fancy apartments. I saw you can get a decent duplex in the Lister mills for about £650 a month, you couldn't get a bedsit for that anywhere near Leeds.

You can even get a place right next to the train station for even less. It's a relatively central location for someone who travels the country to be based, actually. All you have to do is not be racist.
>> No. 83809 Anonymous
30th December 2017
Saturday 12:50 pm
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>>83808

It also has the brilliant National Media Museum, the Bradford Industrial Museum and the best value cinema I've found anywhere in the UK. Bradford is undoubtedly quite scruffy and run-down, but I found it to be a surprisingly welcoming and easy-going place.
>> No. 83810 Anonymous
30th December 2017
Saturday 10:12 pm
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>>83809
Indeed, if you're not racist then you'll do fine.
Changed a fair bit since i moved away in 1993 but the rest of the family have always been there.
>> No. 83811 Anonymous
30th December 2017
Saturday 11:15 pm
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>>83809
>National Media Museum

Didn't something happen with that? Something controversial, like most of the pieces being taken away to London.
>> No. 83812 Anonymous
31st December 2017
Sunday 12:10 am
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>>83811

The government substantially cut funding for museums in 2013. They were faced with either closing one of their three northern museums (MOSI, the National Railway Museum or the National Media Museum) or making cost savings across the board. As part of a broader rationalisation, the National Media Museum rebranded as the National Science and Media Museum, cancelled the Bradford International Film Festival and transferred part of their collection to other museums or secure storage. As I understand it, they decided to refocus the museum on the scientific and technical aspects of the media for financial reasons. Technology companies are more generous sponsors of museums than the film industry, and it's easier to attract school groups to a museum with the word "science" in the name.

For what it's worth, I think they made the right decision. The most important aspects of the museum remain fully intact and they've managed to fund a brand new gallery and a substantial refurbishment of their archives.
>> No. 83813 Anonymous
31st December 2017
Sunday 1:20 pm
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>>83812
I have been to the National Railway Museum in York - brilliant place, amazing it is still free to get in.
>> No. 83815 Anonymous
31st December 2017
Sunday 1:50 pm
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>>83813
It's £10 to park. That's how they get people.
>> No. 83816 Anonymous
31st December 2017
Sunday 1:56 pm
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>>83815
You're right, I remember now - it is still quite a bargain given how much you get to see. I was dead impressed by it (this might be because I really, really like trains, your mileage may vary).
>> No. 83817 Anonymous
31st December 2017
Sunday 2:11 pm
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>>83815
That's fucking outrageous. Where do they think they are, London?
>> No. 83820 Anonymous
31st December 2017
Sunday 3:31 pm
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>>83817
I think its more the fact that parking is a living nightmare in York and they probably do it to stop everyone using their place as a handy city-centre car park.

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