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Anna Yearley 32m
Liz Hurley on holiday with her son Damien is my new obsession
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Sister Helen Prejean 2h
NEWS: This morning, Gov. granted clemency and commuted Ray Tibbetts’s death sentence to a life sentence! Thank you, Gov. Kasich, for doing the right thing. And thank you to every person who called, wrote, and signed a petition. You helped save Ray’s life!
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Reprieve 5h
"I knew many torturers in the thirteen years the US held me prisoner." Younus Chekkouri was transferred to Morocco in 2015, but returns to Guantanamo in his nightmares.
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Anna Yearley 11h
So soothing to hear David Attenborough’s voice on - I wish he could be broadcast continuously on all radio stations to help calm our nerves.
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HOPE not hate Jul 18
A neo-nazi inspired by Jo Cox’s killer plotted to murder another Labour MP. Thanks to the research team, it never happened. Watch and share →
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Anas Sarwar Jul 17
Just had someone should “Paki bastard” in my face whilst doing an interview on (ironically) racism and Islamophobia standing by the Clyde. Not experienced such blatant in your face racism like that in years. What’s going on in the world!
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JewishLabourMovement Jul 18
Join the Jewish Labour Movement today. We will never stop fighting antisemitism wherever it may be found, and regardless of the perpetrators. Join us at or help fund our fight at
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Luciana Berger Jul 18
. is a formidable MP and an asset to our party. Her family were murdered in the Holocaust and she thrashed the far right in Barking. When she speaks out about antisemitism, people should listen and act rather than condemn her.
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Reprieve Jul 18
Now on iPlayer: reveals his favourite documentaries – including 's Fourteen Days in May, the documentary that started Reprieve feat.
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Anna Yearley Jul 18
You can now watch 14 Days in May on iPlayer. This film tells the story of Edward Earl Johnson as his legal team battle to stop his execution. It’s one of the reasons I’m so opposed to the death penalty. Thank you & for making it
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Danny Stone Jul 17
Maybe now, Ed, you can have and me come onto your show and talk about modern antisemitism. It's a great platform from which to educate.
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Anna Yearley Jul 18
Christopher Young was executed in Texas last night. As the execution drug took effect his last words were "I taste it in my throat". And apparently the lethal injection is the 'humane' way to kill people
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Board of Deputies of British Jews Jul 17
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Anna Yearley Jul 17
Really proud to be a member of today. Feel utterly depressed by today’s decision but proud that JLM is fighting for its members.
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Jonathan Freedland Jul 17
So when it comes to antisemitism, Labour puts aside the view of every mainstream Jewish organisation in the UK, 68 rabbis from every strand of Jewish life, the view of governments across Europe - and decides it knows better
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Anna Yearley Jul 17
Replying to @CliveSSmith
Can’t wait to meet Basil.
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JewishLabourMovement Jul 17
On behalf of our 2000+ members, the Jewish Labour Movement has written to Andy Kerr, Chair of ’s NEC. It’s time to listen to the Jewish community.
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Anna Yearley Jul 17
Replying to @LauraSRobinson
Love you both 💖
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Mike Katz Jul 16
Thanks to the PLP for overwhelmingly backing this motion from & . Time for the NEC to do the right thing when it meets tomorrow..
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Anna Yearley Jul 16
People who sit on the outside seat on the train, & when you ask them if they could possibly move ever so slightly so you can sit down, please and sorry to bother you and then they sigh and begrudgingly move their legs 1 cm. Them. Going straight to hell.
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