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NHS Million ๐Ÿ’™ May 28
Huge thanks to everyone who has clapped for the NHS and others over the past 10 weeks. Your support has meant a huge amount to a huge number of people. Please RT if youโ€™ll still be clapping inside long after this crisis is over.
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Carole Cadwalladr May 28
Itโ€™s the last & medics are still dying. takes her fight for justice to Downing Street
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Dr Lauren Gavaghan May 28
Thank you all for your Now please can we: 1. Keep pressure on govt to fund the NHS adequately 2. Demand a pay rise for nurses 3. Demand a public inquiry into Brit Govt response 4. Ensure coroners inquests & investigation into all HCWโ€™s who have died
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Jack Duncan๐ŸŒน๐Ÿณ๏ธโ€๐ŸŒˆ May 28
I sincerely hope no one who is defending Dominic Cummings or this shambles of a govt is out there to ? If so, open your dictionary to the word "hypocrite" and kindly do one.
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Amber Sarwar May 28
Never been prouder to live on a road where we all chant "we all hate the tories" in perfect harmony
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Wolfie. ๐Ÿ– May 28
Nothing could be more British than proudly clapping for carers, but voting for successive Governments who have deprived them of the pay they deserve.
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The Agitator May 28
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Brighton BDS May 28
Powerful. 8pm tonight - instead of , doctors hold a silent protest outside
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Piers Morgan May 28
Last (for now) tonight. Make it loud, make it proud, & show all our NHS & care worker heroes how much we value their extraordinary hard work & courage during this crisis. ๐Ÿ‘‡
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Dr Meenal Viz May 28
Replying to @meenalsworld
Politicians have co-opted and weaponized it. Tonight at 8pm, show your solidarity and observe silence with doctors, nurses and carers who have looked after you for the last 10 weeks. Unlike politicians, we will always be there for you.
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Dr Meenal Viz May 27
ENOUGH ๐Ÿ‘ IS ๐Ÿ‘ ENOUGH ๐Ÿ‘ As a doctor, I've appreciated your support during . But instead of clapping tonight at 8pm, I'll observe silence in remembrance of my 237 colleagues who have died during the pandemic. Join my fight for justice: ๐Ÿ‘Š๐Ÿฝ
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Freddie May 28
So that was the last time the Tories can . NOW COUGH UP AND GIVE THEM A PAY RISE.
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๐ŸŒˆ Angela Rayner ๐ŸŒˆ May 28
Itโ€™s the final tonight at 8pm letโ€™s make it a loud rowdy one, they have been tremendous during this pandemic along with so many other key workers caring for the many. Some have sadly died whilst caring for us all and we shall never forget them....
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TheLockdownHeron๐ŸŒ May 28
The Government hijacked and cheapened it Went from being a lovely gesture of solidarity, to Ministers using it as a weekly distraction from their failures, and the media was along for the ride Let's say thanks to the NHS by stopping privatisation๐Ÿค”
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Carole Cadwalladr May 28
Replying to @meenalsworld
At tonightโ€™s Dr & colleagues stood for 237 minutes silence outside No. 10 to mark the 237 healthcare workers whoโ€™ve died since the crisis began. She & her doctor husband are challenging the government over PPE
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Frank Owen's Legendary Paintbrush May 28
More people would be alive today if this man was Prime Minister. And this man would be PM if 172 Labour MPs hadn't tried to "break him as a man". Never forgive. Never forget.
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Debbie Eades May 31
Powerful - instead of think before you rush to lift lockdown
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Justin Ng May 29
NHS staff took part in a silent protest outside Downing Street last night for
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Richard Kramer May 28
Tonight, letโ€™s clap for the disabled children and families and carers at home who carry on behind closed doors, so often forgotten, struggling silently and always with dignity. During , they haven't stopped.
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Pippa Crerar May 28
Thank you for everything ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘
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