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Jeremy Corbyn
Leader of the Labour Party.
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Jeremy Corbyn 3h
In my speech at yesterday I said we must do much more to stop humanitarian crises. Shame on the UK Government for blocking attempts to end the conflict in Yemen and support action to protect Palestinian civilians in Gaza.
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Jeremy Corbyn 4h
Great start to England's campaign. Fought right until the end and deserved the win. Bring on Panama.
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Jonathan Ashworth 6h
Theresa May by refusing to give a clear answer earlier has revealed what we all know - the Tories don’t believe this is enough investment to get the NHS back to its constitutional standards on waiting times for operations, A&E & cancer
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Jeremy Corbyn 6h
As we prepare for England's first match in the , here's an inspirational message from one of our country's finest ever football managers. I wish our fans a safe tournament and the players the best of luck. Let's get a win.
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Andy McDonald MP 11h
I’ve written to the Home Secretary urging him to allow legal prescriptions of cannabis oil for medical purposes. As a parent who lost a son to intractable epilepsy, I'm speaking out in the hope that further deaths can be avoided & families are spared the pain of losing a child.
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Jeremy Corbyn 8h
Great to welcome our newest Labour MP to Parliament for the first time. She will be a brilliant MP for the people of Lewisham East and I look forward to working with her to build a society for the many, not the few.
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Jeremy Corbyn 10h
Doctors, nurses and patients know our NHS is in crisis. The money announced by isn't enough to fix the damage the Tories have done. Labour's fully costed plans to raise taxes for the top 5% and big business will increase NHS spending to the level it needs.
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Jeremy Corbyn 17h
Today marks 34 years since the outrageous events at Orgreave during the Miners’ Strike. My full statement:
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Jeremy Corbyn Jun 17
Replying to @jeremycorbyn
These are crises, challenges and injustices unparalleled in our history. That is why the Labour Party I lead is resolutely committed to international cooperation, solidarity and collective action.
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Jeremy Corbyn Jun 17
Replying to @jeremycorbyn
A quarter of the world’s population are living in poverty. One in ten are literally on the brink of starvation. Sixty-five million people have been forced to flee their homes due to war or climate change - the largest number of refugees in recorded history.
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Jeremy Corbyn Jun 17
Today, I spoke at - a trade union federation that represents 20 million workers worldwide.
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UNI Global Union Jun 17
“The biggest challenges humanity faces can only be solved by international cooperation, solidarity, and collective action—and they are challenges which cannot be solved without the aid of the international trade union movement.”--
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Jeremy Corbyn Jun 17
The Tories' NHS funding announcement is nowhere near enough, after eight years of cuts and privatisation. Our NHS is on its knees, ask any nurse, doctor or patient. Labour will properly fund our NHS with a real long term plan that includes social care.
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Dan Carden MP Jun 17
I took to a project which supports refugee and homeless people through football. And at the same time showed him the "Artists for Corbyn" red carpet which was a campaign to collect signatures of artists who support Jeremy. 3,000 and counting...
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John McDonnell MP Jun 17
The Conservatives have caused the crisis in the NHS by underfunding it. And now they are making funding announcements that aren't credible.
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Jeremy Corbyn Jun 17
Absolutely tragic that millions of people face starvation in West Africa’s Sahel region. Parents are taking children out of school and foregoing essential medicine just so they can buy food. We must do more to help stop this terrible humanitarian crisis.
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Emily Thornberry Jun 17
On this morning I explained that 's approach of appeasing Donald Trump isn't working. In the Labour Party, we stand up to bullies.
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Jonathan Ashworth Jun 17
This morning has made an NHS funding announcement that, after eight years of cuts and failure, simply is not enough.
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John Healey MP Jun 17
On this morning I set out the Tories' eight years of failure on housing and Labour's alternative
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The Labour Party Jun 17
The Tories claim they’ll give more money to our health service – but is it enough to pull the NHS out of this crisis? We’ll give you one guess...
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