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Rachel Reeves
Labour MP for Leeds West & Chair of the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Select Committee. T: 0113 255 2311 E: rachel.reeves.mp@parliament.uk
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Rachel Reeves 36m
Great to start the day with some fab headlines - welcome first ever Minister for Loneliness.
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Brendan Cox 2h
One of the awful things about losing Jo is knowing how much difference she would have made in the world. When the kids wake up this morning I’m going to tell them how - even though she’s not here - she’s still making the world a better place.
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Jo Cox Loneliness 1h
We have our first Minister for as the PM announces Gov accepts our recommendations. Jo started something amazing.
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BBC Politics 10h
Minister for loneliness appointed to continue Jo Cox's work
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Rachel Reeves 10h
Replying to @HollyLynch5
Thanks Holly x
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Jo Cox Loneliness 10h
On Weds 17 January the PM will announce the Gov will accept recommendations from the Jo Cox Commission. Starting with making the ministerial lead. Welcome!
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The Guardian 11h
May appoints minister to tackle loneliness issues raised by Jo Cox
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Rachel Reeves 10h
An encouraging response from No 10 to manifesto - looking forward to working together with govt and communities to find practical solutions that can make a real difference to
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Brendan Cox 11h
Hearing some really encouraging rumours about government announcements on tomorrow. One of the issues Jo cared most about. Thanks again to & for driving her work forward.
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Tom Ridgway 11h
Promising news. An increasingly worrying societal problem that Jo Cox worked hard on with and
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Rachel Reeves 15h
As workers, suppliers and taxpayers pay the price for Carillion's collapse, the Chief Executive who was sacked last year for his part in the company's downfall is still being paid £660,000 a year. Govt must act to prevent companies siphoning off millions at taxpayers' expense.
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BEIS Committee Jan 16
Urgent action is needed from Whirlpool to remove the danger posed by one million defective and potentially dangerous tumble dryers. Read our report:
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Rachel Reeves 15h
Listening to remarkable speeches at event in Speakers House. We must never forget the horrors of anti-semitism and fascism.
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Rachel Reeves 15h
As workers, suppliers and taxpayers pay the price for Carillion's collapse, the Chief Executive who was sacked last year for his part in the company's downfall is still being paid £660,000 a year. Govt must act to prevent companies siphoning off millions at taxpayers' expense.
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BEIS Committee 17h
Tomorrow, we're hearing from Energy Minister on the Government's plans to cap energy prices. Watch live from 10am
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Rachel Reeves 21h
1 million potentially deadly Whirlpool tumble dryers in UK homes. Fault discovered two years ago & has caused 750+ fires, but Whirlpool still hasn’t repaired or replaced dangerous appliances. Companies can’t get away with this – Govt must act to keep people safe in their homes.
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Rachel Reeves 23h
Replying to @RobWilsonLtd
Hi Rob, very happy to support - I've signed up!
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Richard Edwards Jan 15
chief exec will get his £660,000 salary until October this year, tells "The payments should be stopped."
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Jill Paterson Jan 15
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BEIS Committee Jan 15
We've published our report The safety of Electrical Goods in the UK
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