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Rebecca Long-Bailey
Labour Party MP for Salford & Eccles. Wife, Mother & Proud Socialist. This is my only twitter account and all views are my own.
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Rebecca Long-Bailey retweeted
Tribune 12h
Thursday morning is the last opportunity to vote in Labour's leadership election. If you're a late voter and still undecided, here's why you should back Rebecca Long-Bailey.
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Rebecca Long-Bailey 17h
One of the major problems Coronavirus has highlighted is how millions are just one pay-cheque from disaster. Suppressing incomes of the lowest paid - many of whom are the key workers we rely on - is not the answer.
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LabourList Mar 31
NEW: Labour leadership candidate Rebecca Long-Bailey has pledged her support for the NHS to be able to produce its own essential medical equipment and supplies:
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Rebecca Long-Bailey Mar 31
Replying to @Oriabanana
Hi could you email your details to Rebecca.longbailey.mp@parliament.uk thanks
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Rebecca Long-Bailey Mar 31
The country can get through this pandemic and will be stronger in the future if we rebuild like this.
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Labour Press Team Mar 31
"The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme must be urgently extended to carers taking time out of work to take on caring responsibilities, and to those working reduced hours..." – responds to IPPR report 'Children of the Pandemic'
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The CWU Mar 30
We have written to and calling for emergency changes to the postal system in the UK. Read our statement here and share as widely as possible
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Rebecca Long-Bailey Mar 30
Fantastic to see so many people working together to support each other at this difficult time. Well done for producing and supplying hand sanitiser for their essential services, and network for supporting communities across the city
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Ashley Cowburn Mar 30
Replying to @RLong_Bailey
Labour's says thousands will have slipped through the net and "face losing their jobs and months of hardship" unless gov acts now. "No justification for setting an arbitrary cut off date weeks before the chancellor’s announcement".
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UnionNewsUK Mar 30
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Rebecca Long-Bailey Mar 30
Replying to @DominicRaab
3/This isn’t good enough. The Foreign Sec must urgently take the action needed and organise flights to get people home immediately.
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Rebecca Long-Bailey Mar 30
Replying to @foreignoffice
2/ Recently i’ve raised with the the cases of countless Salford residents who are stranded abroad and frightened. Foreign Office simply “recommend constituents subscribe to travel advice email alerts, and monitor the FCO coronavirus travel advice page”,
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Rebecca Long-Bailey Mar 30
1/Thousands of people, told by the Foreign Secretary to return home immediately, are still stranded abroad, unable to find flights or get answers from the embassies. People are scared, and desperate just to get home. More action, and more flights are needed to get people home now
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Laura Smith Mar 30
Time for a guarantee that will happen during this time. People will be penalised if they go into arrears- message to me proves it. Thanks for helping raise this-can others help please 🙏?
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Dave Ward Mar 29
My message as we head into this crucial week is clear: the government cannot designate people as ‘key workers’ without providing them with the armour that they need right now.
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Rebecca Long-Bailey Mar 29
Our politics are not irrelevant in this crisis, they are more important than ever. Me for
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Adam Payne Mar 29
Replying to @RLong_Bailey
Labour leadership candidate is adding her signature to the letter today She met with Business Secretary Alok Sharma this week to raise concern about workers in places like construction sites being at high risk of catching the coronavirus
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Rachel Hopkins Mar 29
Listen to - there are clear gaps in Govt advice, putting workers health at risk
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Charlotte Nichols Mar 29
This is absolutely bang on from : when we rebuild our economy, it should give families the security and financial resilience that this crisis has made abundantly clear (even to those who thought they were safe) they haven't had up to now.
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Labour Press Team Mar 29
“An increase in benefit levels, and further action on rent and utilities, will give the protection that is needed for people in and out of work in the days and weeks ahead." - calls for further economic action
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