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MP for Islington North 🌹

UK
Joined February 2010
Humbled to receive the Gold Medal of Honorary Patronage from Trinity College Dublin Philosophical Society for contributions to political discourse and public service. In my address, I reaffirmed my commitment to anti-imperialism, peace and social justice. Go raibh maith agat!
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Shelter provides a life-saving service to so many of my constituents. Its workers should not struggle to pay their own rent in the name of charity. Systemic change is needed to fix the housing crisis, but so is fairer pay for those leading the fight. tribunemag.co.uk/2022/11/she…
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Wages are falling. Prices are rising. Temperatures are soaring. Instead of supporting its workers, communities and the planet, Amazon is squeezing every last drop. Today, thousands around the world have risen up to #MakeAmazonPay.
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On the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, I want to share the powerful words of my friend and comrade @ApsanaBegumMP. I stand with Apsana in the struggle to end violence against women and girls everywhere.
THREAD🧵 Today, I led a debate on domestic abuse and public life. I’m working with MPs from all parties calling for a duty of care to be placed on employers & political parties, so that survivors who are in public life are not exposed to further harassment in their roles. 1/8
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"More than a bookshop." I dropped by @newbeaconbooks in Finsbury Park to learn about the history of the UK's longest running Black-owned bookstore. Don't give your money to Amazon. Give it to independent bookshops like New Beacon instead.
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Thousands of university staff — administrators, librarians, lecturers, cleaners, security, researchers and caterers — are rising up to defend each other. Today’s higher education strike is a momentous display of unity, solidarity and collective strength. Together, we will win.
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We’ve got a big day of strike action ahead. It starts with 115,000 @CWUnews members fighting to save our postal service. Posties have been the backbone of a British icon for over 500 years. They will always have my full support. #StandByYourPost
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We’ve turned a summer of solidarity into an autumn of action. Employers & the government can prevent a winter of discontent by giving workers the pay and conditions they deserve. Until then, we aren’t going anywhere. Find your nearest picket line here: strikemap.co.uk/
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After months of campaigning, most of the planned cuts to London bus routes — including the No. 4 — have now been reversed. This is a huge victory for local people in Islington and beyond. Public transport is under threat across the UK. Grassroots resistance is possible!
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Low wages are not caused by migration. They are caused by greedy bosses, exploitation, and attacks on trade unions. We need an anti-racist economic policy that fights for all workers, no matter where they come from. My piece for the @Independent. independent.co.uk/voices/jer…
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Without immigration, the trains wouldn’t run, businesses wouldn’t function and the NHS wouldn’t exist. We will not end cheap labour by dividing workers and belittling migrants’ contribution. We introduce a £15 min wage, end zero-hours contracts & back striking workers instead.
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Today I asked the government to guarantee that, following #COP27, no British banks will finance any fossil fuel exploration, extraction or trading anywhere in the world. Those profiting from climate collapse should pay reparations for the damage they have caused instead.
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This week, thousands of @ucu members are going on strike to reclaim what’s theirs, protect future generations, and save higher education. I’ve signed a pledge to join them on the picket line. You can too: ucu.org.uk/supportthestrikes #ucuRISING
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“I would like to express my condolences to all of the bereaved families in Iran. They should know that we are with them, we support them and we sympathise with them.” Such bravery from Iran’s Ehsan Hajsafi, using his platform to stand up for human rights. bbc.co.uk/sport/football/636…
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Well done Ian, brilliant campaigner for right to food and so much more!
Congratulations to @IanByrneMP on his reselection. A wonderful comrade, socialist and fighter for the working class. ✊
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Today, I’ll be thinking of the thousands of workers who died building the stadiums for the Qatar 2022 World Cup. I’ll be thinking of LGBT+ people fighting for their human right to love. And I’ll be supporting local grassroots football in Islington North!
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The historic creation of a Loss & Damage Fund is a testament to the determination of climate justice groups and the refusal of poorer nations to be bullied into silence. Climate justice is global justice. Now for a Green New Deal that delivers systemic change around the world.
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It is shameful that Jeremy Hunt announced Austerity 2.0 during Disability History Month. People with disabilities were hit hardest by the last wave of cuts, and will be hit hardest again. The cost-of-living crisis is a social care crisis. We need a National Care Service, now.
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In today’s budget, the Chancellor mentioned: Stability — 11 times. Business — 21 times. Growth — 29 times. How many times did he mention private renters, eviction or homelessness? Zero. Government inaction is fuelling the housing emergency. Rent controls now.
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Solidarity with the baristas rising up to demand a fair deal and union recognition at @StarbucksUK! Stand with them and join the #BaristasUnited campaign at ChangeIsBrewing.co.uk. ☕
“More than a decade of austerity and the soaring cost of living has pushed millions of workers into poverty. Starbucks must recognise a trade union and negotiate a fair deal with its workers!” @jeremycorbyn joins the #BaristasUnited rally in London.
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