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Paul Lythgoe
Cambridge socialist - Qui custodies ipsos custodies?
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Prem Sikka 18h
You can find them but will take a long time to collate and build a spreadsheet. The government has this information. All contracts (not just Covid) for Deloitte turns up with 529 contracts; KPMG with 506; G4s gives 119 contracts, but more may be with subsidiaries.
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James Foster #GrassrootsVoice 13h
There’s always a tweet. He’s got the receipts. Sickening the way people destroyed this good & caring man; a man who just wanted to make life better, fairer & more equal for people. Sadly, people chose lies & smears over honest & decent.
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Zarah Sultana MP 17h
Two adults & two children – aged 5 & 8 – died after their boat sank while crossing the Channel. They were hoping to rebuild their lives here. This tragedy shows why instead of whipping up fear about a "migrant crisis", we should create safe & legal routes to sanctuary in the UK.
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Principle of Solidarity 20h
George Carlin on how the people in power divide the population by attacking solidarity:
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🌈 Angela Rayner 🌈 16h
Tory MPs always seem to have a lot to say about people who live in poverty. But they never have anything to say about poverty pay, unaffordable housing & decimated social security safety net which drive people into poverty & keep them there. Funny that.
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Fr Ian Maher 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 #3.5% #FBPE #BLM 14h
Dreadful comments on Twitter following the tragedy in the Channel. Instead of compassion for the suffering, and anger at an immigration policy that pushes desperate people to take such risk, there is hatred, racism and xenophobia. Covid-19 is not the only virus blighting the UK.
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Len McCluskey 19h
No tricks or wheezes . Just feed the children now - and stop poverty pay, insecure work and the hardship-causing social security system from creating the problem in the first place.
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Mairead4Labour 17h
This isn’t the case. As a resident, I’ve seen Mill Rd become busier than ever in recent months as we locals go to shops more often in daytime working from home. In the evenings, folk from outside our area still come over the bridge to socialise in our great eateries. Great to see
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Kevin Pascoe #SocialistLabour 22h
When all this is over I’m going to the The Globe in Fishguard for a pint - ‘Welsh pub bans Tory MPs for life after they refused to back free school meals’
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Paul Lythgoe 18h
Replying to @PALythgoe
In what a CEO of a multi-national would describe as a turbulent year with huge expenditure forced upon it by the 3rd election since 2015 Corbyn continued to ensure the financial stability of the party. He handed Starmer a membership of 533k. FTSE 100 CEO would have got a bonus.
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Paul Lythgoe 18h
Replying to @PALythgoe
The Labour Party income was a record £57million but it was now dwarfed by the return of a rich donors to the Tory party whose income rose to £67million. Just £2.2m income from Tory members as opposed to £18m in fees from Labour members. The Tory dead continued to give over £500k.
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Paul Lythgoe 18h
So finally has published the major party accounts for 2019. The last year of a Corbyn leadership. The income reflects the huge membership fees that Corbyn attracted into the party, the large number of small donations & the support of the major unions.
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Cambridge Food 21h
First day of the holiday lunches ensuring vulnerable children in Cambridge don't go hungry this half term complete. Over 220 cooked meals, sandwiches, fruit and apple crumble portions delivered to families in the community!
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Anna4Labour #JeSuisProf 🇪🇺🌹 22h
So, about these tweets saying that all people need to do is roast a chicken on Sunday and it will feed their family cheaply for the week. (Thread)
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Cambridge City Foodbank 21h
It is very important to us, as I’m sure it is to you, that no child goes hungry in the holidays. So if you are struggling, or you know someone that is, we are here to help. Here’s a link to our website that tells you more about how to access help from us.
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simon maginn Oct 27
Replying to @simonmaginn
We must continue to fight it, every day. We must continue to present facts, reality, and we must do it forcefully. They succeeded in 2017 and 2019. They cannot be allowed to succeed again.
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Tom London Oct 27
This is a kind of madness Kinnock was completely right to make comments he did about Israeli settlements MANY UK Jews agree. When will Starmer listen to us? Kinnock reprimanded by Labour over Israel ‘proceeds of crime’ Commons speech via
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Michael Rosen Oct 27
Let’s drop SATs in 2021. Please join me! Sign this petition NOW! Help us to get the government to cancel SATs and other formal primary tests in 2021. It’s the last thing our children need following so much disruption . Sign here:
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Richard Murphy Oct 27
Things our government has tried to say goodbye to in 2020: Competence Compassion The NHS The rule of law Democracy The truth Ethics Good governance Transparency Accountability Parliamentary sovereignty Respect for the Opposition Europe And we will regret losing all of them
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Clare Hepworth OBE Oct 27
Beggars belief ! Tory Cabinet Minister on references how CHARITIES are helping to alleviate food poverty & child hunger. The same Minister so concerned for his horses, he claimed, on his Parliamentary expenses, for heating his stables.
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