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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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Kidzrus Oct 23
PLEASE HELP! 👨🏻‍🤝‍👨🏿👩🏾‍🤝‍👩🏼👫And this is what we’re facing, Children with no food on the table. It just school times, all times throughout the year. It’s heartbreaking and should not be happening especially during the current situation.
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Ian Lavery MP Oct 22
“ For the sake of accuracy and complete clarity my name is IAN LAVERY the Labour MP for Wansbeck & last night I voted FOR the extension of Free School Meals It was IAN LEVY the Tory MP for Blyth Valley that voted AGAINST feeding the kids” Hope this helps 😱
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Rebecca Long-Bailey Oct 22
You have got to do something urgently! Many people are now close to losing their homes now never mind incomes and reports that some have heartbreakingly taken their own lives. Those excluded from SEISS support so far must be offered an urgent package.
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LabourList Oct 21
Exclusive: Trade union general secretaries, mayors including Sadiq Khan and Andy Burnham, Labour MPs and councillors have come together to release a joint statement setting out a series of demands for the next phase of coronavirus:
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Rebecca Long-Bailey Oct 22
“I back this Hospitality & Tourism Rescue Plan developed by to save hospitality jobs. The government must act urgently to rescue the sector. These workers jobs are so important and must be supported.”
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Rebecca Long-Bailey Oct 22
Unsuccessful benefit claimants during Covid-19 are often struggling with their mental health and finances, says new research
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Rebecca Long-Bailey Oct 21
Tier 3 brings a dark winter to so many without adequate Gov support. All Greater Manchester asks, is for the ability to protect jobs and income while we keep each other safe. The truth is the people deserve better, they deserve support and they deserve the truth!
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Rebecca Long-Bailey Oct 20
Replying to @RLong_Bailey
5. And at what point does the Government decide this hasn't worked and impose a national circuit breaker anyway?
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Rebecca Long-Bailey Oct 20
Replying to @RLong_Bailey
4. So the choice is 6 months of misery and destitution, for a plan that might not work and will devastate local economies, versus, 2 or 3 weeks of national circuit break and the likliehood infection rates will be down enough for us resume some degree of normality.
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Rebecca Long-Bailey Oct 20
Replying to @RLong_Bailey
3. In September. SAGE scientists had advised the “immediate introduction” of a list of measures, including: a short national “circuit breaker”. They were ignored.
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Rebecca Long-Bailey Oct 20
Replying to @RLong_Bailey
2. Remember last week he said “I am not confident, and nor is anybody confident, that the tier 3 proposals for the highest rates, if we did the absolute base case and nothing more, would be enough to get on top of it,”
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Rebecca Long-Bailey Oct 20
1. Words fail me watching Gov press conference:There you have it. Complete refusal from Gov to provide sufficient financial support for what could be 6 months of destitution for many across GM.All for a plan that the chief medical officer is not confident will work
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Rebecca Long-Bailey Oct 20
Replying to @RLong_Bailey
3. The government must abandon their hostile environment policy which saw at least 83 people from the Windrush generation wrongly detained and deported.
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Rebecca Long-Bailey Oct 20
Replying to @RLong_Bailey
2. COVID-19 has exposed structural racism in our society. The government must urgently implement the PHE recommendations as cases continue to rise.
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Rebecca Long-Bailey Oct 20
1. Great to see such a huge and exciting list of speakers for today. Black History is British History and it should be taught in schools all year round, not just in October.
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Rebecca Long-Bailey Oct 20
Prem Sikka: Sunak’s support wastes money on some firms while failing to save others via
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Rebecca Long-Bailey Oct 17
What a close game! The lads might be heartbroken now but Salford Red Devil’s come back hero’s. A whole city is proud of you x
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Rebecca Long-Bailey Oct 17
Today’s the day! Salford Red Devil’s are at Wembley!! Buy a virtual ticket, get the snacks in, and settle down for history in the making. Good luck lads we are all very proud 🙌 💪
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