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Jon Trickett
Labour MP Yorkshire born and bred. I can't reply to all tweets please email if you require a reply.
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Labour Press Team 16h
Comment on gender pay gap for special advisors –
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Jon Trickett 17h
Dept of Ed spent £millions on LearnDirect, a failing contractor. Outsourcing has left some depts too reliant on private firms who fail. The Tories have put dogma before country. Labour will end the presumption that private is always better than public.
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Jon Trickett 18h
It's bumper pay for spinners and advisers at the top of Government, but real-terms pay cuts for teachers, nurses, job centre staff, prison officers, police. There's money on the magic money tree when it comes to Whitehall insiders, but not for hard-working public servants.
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Jon Trickett Dec 14
We must keep holding Tories to account on their failings. These women have worked hard all their lives only for their retirement plans to be changed at the last minute. They deserve better.
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Jeremy Corbyn Dec 13
Today marks six months since the devastating fire in Grenfell Tower. We must ensure the victims, survivors and community get justice.
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Jon Trickett Dec 14
Theresa May's party hosts luxury dinners with major donors while freezing the benefits of millions of people, again. The PM needs to come clean about donors who give £50,000 or more to the Tories who "can join Theresa May at private meals".
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Jon Trickett Dec 13
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Jon Trickett Dec 13
May must know her party are in the wrong on homelessness. It's embarrassing she tries to hide behind housebuilding stats from 7 years ago. Since 2010, homelessness is up by more than 50 per cent & rough sleeping has doubled. Rough sleeping has risen every year since 2010.
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Jon Trickett Dec 13
Watch this. You may shed a tear for our country; but then get organised, join our party.
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Jon Trickett Dec 13
It's clear the Tories are still the nasty pasty. They've welcomed back Anne Marie Morris even after she made such an appallingly racist comment. May is so weak and desperate to avoid a parliamentary defeat on Brexit she has forgiven & forgetten racism
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Jon Trickett Dec 12
The Tories promised to publish meetings with their exclusive group of high-value donors every quarter, but haven't done so for a year. They must come clean about who donated - especially during such an important General Election.
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Jon Trickett Dec 12
Today is because Dec 12th is the busiest day of the year for posties. Labour will reward our postal workers for their hard work by reversing the privatisation of Royal Mail and stopping Post Office closures. We'll always back our hard-working posties
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Jeremy Corbyn Dec 10
Today, the have a choice. They can continue with their plan to hand over £5bn in tax giveaways to the banks, or accept Labour’s demands, and give our children's services the funding they desperately need. Sign and share our petition.
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Jon Trickett Dec 7
We are committed to repealing this disgraceful Act. Currently drawing up proposals.
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Jon Trickett Dec 6
The Regional Schools Commissioner knew a year ago it was too late for improvements but it didn’t act because the board thought otherwise. What use is oversight without the power to act?
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Jon Trickett Dec 6
In Yorkshire, we stand up to bullies. Labour are not going to let this directionless & weak Government push us around and we are not going to let them plunge Britain into chaos. They cannot ignore key votes, just because they disagree with the outcome.
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Jeremy Corbyn Dec 6
Brexit talks in chaos, pay falling and more people in poverty. Wouldn't it be better if the just got out of the way?
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Jon Trickett Dec 6
In May showed the Tories' Brexit negotiations are a total shambles. She had no answers. May is in office, but she certainly isn't in power.
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Laura Smith MP Dec 5
I cannot put into words how angry I am on behalf of my constituents suffering due to the Universal Credit roll out.I’m so sorry that you have to go through what you’re going through.I’ve been there-I get it- and I’ll fight every day for you
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Jon Trickett Dec 5
The Government has let slip they announced a policy in the Budget they haven't costed. A bit shoddy from the people meant to be in charge of the nation's finances!
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