I was deeply saddened by yesterday's horrific terror attack in Nairobi. My thoughts and condolences are with all the victims and their loved ones, including the family of the British man who was killed.
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Fair to say we’ve had empty and undelivered promises like this for two and half years now - will be interested to hear what’s going to be different now, but experience tells me to be very sceptical.
jeremycorbynI've met with workers from Honda's Swindon site which the company plans to close. The job losses and impact on the community would be devastating. We stand with them and we'll do everything we can to support their efforts to keep the site open.
"There's a difference between being strong and being hard" - @ProfessorGreen
London’s temperature will drop below freezing today and disgracefully homeless people are on our streets. Labour in government will end rough sleeping. Until then, if you can, #HelpLondonsHomeless by donating to @SadiqKhan’s rough sleeping campaign here:
Labour abstaining on the Immigration Bill? Seriously? Surely you can’t be happy with this @LabourRichard given the implications of Tory immigration policy for Scotland?
Why is Theresa May prepared to sell people’s jobs and living standards down the river?
Today I've been talking with police officers in Milton Keynes. 21,000 officers have been cut from our streets and forces have been pushed to breaking point. You cannot protect communities on the cheap.
Theresa May, take No Deal off the table, and let’s talk about Labour’s alternative plan. The Prime Minister's No Deal threat is a pointless and damaging attempt to appease a faction in her own party when she now needs to reach out to overcome this crisis.
Today we all remember the horrors that took place during the Holocaust. It is by remembering that we can ensure such evil never happens again. @HolocaustUK
There are large numbers of MPs (though not, I think, a majority) who want to stop Brexit. They want to frustrate the will of the people, but there are three giant facts that mean – or so I hope and believe – that they will fail
Today’s #HolocaustMemorialDay event was deeply moving. We heard from Holocaust survivors and those who have suffered other more recent genocides. A powerful reminder why we must stand against racism and oppression everywhere.
The Tories put our NHS up for sale and it's been a disaster. Labour will end the privatisation of the NHS.
Labour built the NHS and, once again, we will save it. #NHSLongTermPlan
Delighted to hear this. First and foremost this is a victory for the women denied equal pay for years by a Labour council. But it is also a significant achievement for @SusaninLangside who has never wavered in her determination to deliver a just outcome.
A member of the public, Neil, is trying to stop the Tories shutting down democracy by making it harder for people to vote. His legal challenge starts today. If you can, please support him here: http://bit.ly/SupportNeil
Tonight I met ambassadors from across Latin America and the Caribbean. Building on the special and historic friendship between our movement and the region, we set out Labour’s agenda and exchanged ideas on a future relationship based on mutual respect and human rights.
These latest crime statistics once again show that you can't protect communities on the cheap.
My friend Andrew Gwynne's brave decision to speak out about his mental health is so important. As he says, it can affect all of us and “the more you talk about it, the more it becomes normal.” @GwynneMP
Glad that UK Gov has belatedly dropped its plan to charge EU citizens a fee for settled status applications. @scotgov had already committed to covering cost for those working in devolved public services. Still regret that they will have to apply at all to stay in their home.
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