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Last 50 tweets from @annaturley
80% of Ukraine's capital Kyiv is without electricity supply now, after Russia's latest attacks on energy infrastructure - Kyiv mayor Klitschko
 
"12 long years of Tory government, 5 Prime Ministers, 7 Chancellors - why do they always clobber working people?"

.@Keir_Starmer says the government won't push through planning reform because Sunak is "too weak to take on his party". #PMQs
 
The #Teesside skyline changed dramatically this morning as the former #RedcarBlastFurnace was demolished to make way for redevelopment as part of the #TeessideFreeport . All available via Alamy Live News (feel free to DM for links).

#Redcar #demolition #industry #NorthEast
 
Sunak: 鈥淚n 4 weeks I have strengthened the economy鈥.
Fact: UK has gone into recession and is the only G7 country not to recover to pre-pandemic level. In four weeks Sunak has made us poorer, archived growth, increased taxes and slashed future spending.
 
In reply to @DFB_Team_EN
It wasn鈥檛 about making a political statement 鈥 human rights are non-negotiable. That should be taken for granted, but it still isn鈥檛 the case. That鈥檚 why this message is so important to us. Denying us the armband is the same as denying us a voice. We stand by our position.
 
Braverman led expertly by @timloughton to the realisation that if she continues talking she will be forced to admit that the only way for a refugee to get here is in a dinghy. So she stops talking...
 
In reply to @annaturley
How much involvement has the mayor got, with the company who will control the land. Are we looking at another T Dan Smith here?
 
Sunak still looks like he won a Willy Wonka prize to act as prime minister for the day.
 
In reply to @annaturley
100% just as iconic as the Transporter. A huge piece of working class history erased forever
 
Left: my grandad on top of the new Redcar Blast Furnace

Right: the last picture I took of it months before it was robbed from our skyline
 
 
In reply to @annaturley
This footage is symbolic of what Conservative governments have done to Teessides great industries. Now they refuse to leave any signs of what made Teesside great. It鈥檚 like our industrial heritage is being air brushed for history馃槩馃槨
 
The Redcar blast furnace is being demolished this morning. These are some of my favourite shots I鈥檝e taken of it, over the years. #Redcarblastfurnace #blastfurnace #industrialheritage #teessidesteel #britishsteel #tata #corus #Redcar #industry #postindustrial
 
In reply to @Phil154Thompson
Thanks Phil that鈥檚 kind of you.
I hope in the long term a legacy and opportunity for our young people can be built that your Dad would be proud of.
 
As someone who was born on Teesside that was a very moving article, Anna. My Dad was a water engineer, building reservoirs to feed the furnaces & ICI. He鈥檇 be turning in his grave if he knew what has happened in Redcar today.
 
How it started: How it鈥檚 going:
 
How it started: How it鈥檚 going: pic.twitter.com/bwVLQpDyz7
Replying to @utb_smith
鈥楧oom mongers, nay sayers and pessimist鈥. That鈥檚 one of his finest pieces of performance art.
 
In reply to @annaturley
Maybe not a prime example isasmuch as I鈥檓 not sure what BSP delivers for local communities but you鈥檙e right. Why can鈥檛 industrial heritage be retained and reused? Teesside Tories are trying to rewrite local history.
Replying to @MonsieurSharp
Fair point - there are better examples - it just popped into my mind this morning.
 
Amazing video from Dan.
The destruction of our past, the destruction of our identity, the erasure of our heritage, all for what? pic.twitter.com/6cFPRQ7NvK
 
Look what you can do to transform industrial architecture with imagination and creativity鈥
Battersea Power Station is open. It's really pretty inside with lots of nice places to see. A great visit if you're into architecture as they preserved a lot of the original structure. pic.twitter.com/LQdh6Lb48K
 
My emotion has caught me a bit unawareness. Not just the #blastfurnace as a cathedral of industry (& #Redcar was a monster). But as an embodiment of proud (but hard) work and the communities supported. A very sad sight.
Replying to @timgmorris
Same. I was more emotional than I expected. Especially once it was gone and the horizon was bare.
 
In reply to @annaturley
We don鈥檛 value the history of working people enough (or their futures, but that鈥檚 another issue鈥) Castles and jewels are all well and good, but there鈥檚 more value in the stories and lives of working people IMO
 
And there she blows. Her final blast, ending her 43 year career forging steel for the world. An historic day, a sad day. Join us for full coverage on ITV Tyne Tees at 6. #blastfurnace #Teesside #steel
 
In reply to @EchoNickG
Also, do we know what will happen to the scrap?
 
In reply to @annaturley
I feel more emotional about this than I expected.
Replying to @Debied123
Same. It鈥檚 important to look forward but it was so much part of the town鈥檚 identity. There鈥檚 a huge gaping hole in the sky now.
 
In reply to @annaturley
I hate to say it Anna, but the Transporter bridge is my biggest fear. There needs to be something done to protect it. It's worth more than the scrap metal value. There's nothing safe around these cultural vandals.
 
It could produce 10,000 tons of iron every day. All attempts to preserve it as a tourist attraction (as many cities have done) have come to nothing .
 
Just like with Dorman Long I will never believe there wasn鈥檛 a way to preserve some the iconic industrial symbols on this site.

The blast furnace was as iconic to Teesside as the Transporter Bridge
Redcar blast furnace detonated pic.twitter.com/1bYVtKC20B
 
 
In reply to @annaturley
So sad and such a shame that a) the industry has gone and b) it couldn鈥檛 become a monument to the heritage of the area. #shame
 
 
In reply to @annaturley
鈥淭hey were careless people, they smashed up things and creatures and then retreated back into their money or their vast carelessness or whatever it was that kept them together, and let other people clean up the mess they had made鈥 - F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby.
 
In reply to @annaturley
You鈥檝e still got that photo. I鈥檓 still honoured that it hung in your office
 
It鈥檚 easy to tear down. Much harder to build.
 
In case you missed it - my piece on the end of the #redcar #blastfurnace:
鈥業 thought of those days at the end. Of both the quiet, simmering anger and the loud, raging fury. Of the determination to fight closure with every breath. Of the horror and disbelief that help never came from the top. That they turned their backs.鈥 thenorthernecho.co.uk/business2/2314鈥
 
In reply to @sunflowerof21
It means a lot to many. It's almost illustrates exactly where we are as a country. Destructive with no regard for people or heritage .
 
In reply to @annaturley
People will say it looks prettier, but it鈥檚 all most ever knew (I)
 
 
 
Take a moment to appreciate our incredible history, Teesside Steel, the best in the world. We are at the demolition site, this part of our skyline will no longer be here from 9am! 鈦@BBCTees鈦 鈦@greenyfrom6am
 
Later today, the Teesside skyline will change forever as the iconic Redcar steelworks blast furnace is demolished.

Dave Cocks is a former steelworker who's sad to see it go...
 
 
Today is the day it鈥檚 gone from our skyline.
Former MP @annaturley was one of the most vocal in the battle to stop the Redcar Steelworks closing in 2015

Writing exclusively for @TheNorthernEcho, she reflects on the anger and emotion of the fight and her hopes for Teesside's future

thenorthernecho.co.uk/business2/2314鈥
 
 
 
Finally it's goodbye to #RedcarBlastFurnace. THe heart of Teesside and a symbol of what made the area great. Here's hoping the future is bright...

#Teesside #IndustrialLandscape #TICCIHBrit #ironmaking #steelmaking #pastglories #herritage
#industrialarchitecture
 
Keep-ups on Redcar Beach, 1990s.

"Taken by my dad in the early 90s. Alone on a bleak looking Redcar beach playing keep-ups with a football just above my head, South Gare Steelworks kicking out god knows what in the background."

Photo 漏 Mark Wall / @peoplearchive
 
This was May 20th 2011, I've had a look through the archives as I'm feeling a little nostalgic..
My favourite place Saltburn, with the Blast Furnace in the distance.
Silhouettes too.

This might work as a print.

Let me know if any of you are interested in any of my pics as print
 
 
 
 
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