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Previously found . Now exploring pastures new across East Africa. Tweets mostly Global health/Migration/African politics/Corruption
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Ed Jan 24
90% of UK-Africa summit’s energy deals were in fossil fuels
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Ed Jan 23
Nice that Davos also has a "Bring your child to work" day
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Ed Jan 22
Shocked, shocked I tell you. PwC head ‘shocked and disappointed’ by Luanda Leaks revelations
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Ed Jan 20
Hello, can you send a link for your refund site please? 1015 train from Leeds is 5 carriages instead of 10, meaning standing room only. Thank you.
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Anne Soy Jan 20
Replying to @annesoy
Boris Johnson: the UK will no longer invest in coal, instead it will support green energy. Would have lived to see Kenya’s President’s reaction listening to this. The country is seeking to exploit coal for power for the first time.
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Ed Jan 19
hi Claire- could you follow so I could DM please? Thanks!
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Jean-Nicolas Beuze Jan 15
41,100 persons currently on Greek islands: 48% from Afghanistan 20% from Syria 6% from Palestine 34% are children mostly under 12 & alone 22% are women Do we really have to ask ourselves if Europe needs to protect them?
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Safe Passage Jan 10
"When I arrived in Britain as an unaccompanied refugee...I never imagined that 81 years later, in the same country that gave homes to 10,000 lone refugee children like me, I’d be fighting for just a few hundred to be allowed to find their families here."
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Guy Shrubsole Jan 9
It is essential that Theresa Villiers and the Government be held to their word on this. We absolutely cannot trade away our environmental, food safety and animal welfare standards for a deal with Donald Trump.
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Channel 4 News Jan 6
"Are you speaking about hypotheticals...? I've got to deal in reality today." Kellyanne Conway responds to 's attempt to clarify Trump's suggestion that the US could target Iranian "cultural sites" in military strikes - which could be considered a war crime.
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Ed Jan 4
"On current plans, the IEA reckons, 530m Africans will still lack access to electricity in 2030. To achieve the target, Africa will have to expand the provision of electricity faster than China and India did..."
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MSF Access Campaign Jan 3
✨ In 2020, let’s have additional insulin producers who can offer more affordable treatment to people.
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Ed Jan 3
Trump unsure on who Soleimani was, back in 2015. How much time had he spent reading up on him and the context since then?
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stephen sackur Dec 19
This is important: ’s policy already being questioned from within
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Ed Dec 12
Replying to @KaderAriz
More importantly, why are neither of these people saying please when they order their drinks?
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Ed Dec 10
UK overseas aid budget as political football once more: Officials at the FCO & Dfid asked to draw up plans to show how a possible merger of the two departments could work. Johnson plans Foreign Office takeover of international aid budget:
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Ed Dec 6
Fascinating insight into the dynamics inside COP 25 side events. Here a panel including Shell, BP, Chevron, are met with an audience of activists who cover their ears/walk out
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Krishnan Guru-Murthy Dec 5
And would you like some facts with your video? Homelessness and rough sleeping fell under last Labour govt, went up under the Coalition and the Conservatives. It started falling again after 2017 but went up again in London and overall since 2010 rough sleeping rose around 165%
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Ed Dec 5
Replying to @PeterMannionMP
Time for a twix Peter?
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Rebecca Herbert Dec 5
With this money, we could solve the whole problem." Petteri Taalas from the World Meteorological Organisation says 5% of the world's GDP goes to fossil fuel subsidies, when that money could "solve" the .
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