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Stirling Jun 4
Amazing how MP's only want to campaign for things when they either need it themselves or experience it.... My brother only lasted 10 months, no one campaigned for him
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Peter Smith Jun 4
Sure Start and the Olympics. What a political legacy. What a remarkable woman.
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Cathy Newman May 13
RIP Tessa Jowell. Politician, wife, mother, grandmother - and wonderful human being. We’ll miss you - and everything you did with such aplomb.
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Yasmin alibhai-brown May 13
In politics she was that rare creature- warm and human as well as tough.
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Bonnie Greer May 13
-an early friend to me. Explainer of the mysteries of this country, how to navigate. Caused me to see that the was the nation's best choice-no matter what. Always had a smile. Always eager to work. Rest in peace, Tessa. Thank you
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MY FAIR LONDON πŸ€” May 12
Heartbreaking news. My local MP for many years. As Minister for London Tessa supported and got me more involved in campaigning against social ills. Awesome Londoner ❀️
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Jeremy Corbyn for PM May 13
She will be missed by so many x
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H Jun 4
The UK has the lowest cancer survival rate of anywhere in the western world. campaigning for equality in treatment. Brave, brave lady.
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Roy Clare May 13
Such sad news about A massive contribution, not least in culture sector where I knew her best. Greatest respect for her as politician, thought-leader, empathetic ear and most of all as a human being. A star has been extinguished, but her light will shine on.
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Denise Lewis May 13
I had the pleasure of witnessing Dame Tessa Jowell’s energy, passion & determination to secure the Olympics in London. Her total commitment to everything she did will be cherished. A wonderful woman. Rest in Peace Tessa πŸ’”
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Matt Griffiths May 13
Sad to hear that has died. She did so much for particularly in our formative years. Inclusivity and fairness at the heart of all she said and did. We learn so much from her in terms of making change, building consensus always with respect & authenticity
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British Muslims May 13
We are very sorry to hear about the passing of We pay tribute and remember the great service she has given to this nation.
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Owen Brenman May 14
Tessa Jowell used to be my MP. Wrote to her a few times. Her responses were swift and helpful.
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Julie Cooper MP May 13
The world is poorer place without . Thoughts and prayers with her family.
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Claire Sutton πŸ’πŸΌπŸ‘œπŸ‘©πŸΌβ€πŸ’»πŸ‘ΈπŸΌ Jun 4
Jeremy Hunt truly is a supercilious, odious, insincere little man. Couldn’t help but smirk whilst telling her rare rumour is the poor relative. (sometimes i really do wonder why I even vote Tory)
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Voyage Around My Dad, Harry Leslie Smith May 13
was a wonderful human being who used her life to make the lives others better & brighter. She did make a difference to so many in Britain. We should mourn the passing of such a kind and empathetic person. But we must also take up her legacy and be good to others.
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Andrew Pierce May 13
so genuinely sad at the death of one of the nicest and most effective Cabinet ministers I’ve ever met.
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Jeremy Vine May 13
So sad about . Not a politician in the normal sense β€” human to the end of her fingertips, no ego, always interested in others, even the most junior reporter at Westminster in the 1990s. Thank-you Tessa.
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The Brain Tumour Charity Nov 7
Today Jess Mills told brain tumour experts and government ministers why she is determined to make the best cancer care accessible to millions, 'not just to millionaires', in honour of her mother's legacy.
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Virginia Moffatt May 13
Just been reminded that also set up . A fantastic programme that made a real difference to the lives of families who were struggling.
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