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RT @StrongerIn: RT @StrongerIn: Ex-Belgian PM says it's "absurd" to claim the UK would get better trade deals outside world’s largest common market: https:…

RT @StrongerIn: RT @StrongerIn: Being #StrongerIn isn’t just important to the UK – it helps 1000s of the world’s poorest too. https://t.co/mSW56KhmwR

RT @rbrooks45: In ⁦@PrivateEyeNews⁩, BlackRock, world’s largest asset manager and employer of ex-chancellor George Osborne, in £200m tax dodging dispute with HMRC - https://t.co/67RENqNhfP

RT @adrianmcmenamin: Sitcom idea... Cringebury Park: in which the world’s most saintly man continually and totally accidentally finds himself in embarrassing situations with racists and reacts with bad tempered ill grace and bigoted quips when confronted over it. https://t.co/iOLAoCbdft

Ian Austin (Labour) tweette :

Another nasty conspiracy theorist, lecturing one of the world’s experts on antisemitism about anti-Jewish racism. The arrogance of it! Would he lecture Black people about racism too? He says complaints about antisemitism were a plot to undermine corbyn. What a complete disgrace.

RT @Technology_NS: RT @Technology_NS: Will the internet force the UN to become the world’s tax man? Research led by @margarethodge tech.newstatesman.com/enterprise-it/… htt…

Richard Burden (Labour) tweette :

It was already the world’s worst humanitarian crisis and now the implications of Covid 19 spreading are terrifying. @BBCNawal online briefing with @Caabu yesterday underlined urgent need to step up aid and to redouble international efforts to end the conflict.

RT @andrewgregory: Exclusive: Health charities receiving millions of pounds a year from the world’s largest drug companies have been urged by the watchdog to be ‘transparent’ about the cash to ‘protect their integrity’ after an investigation by The Sunday Times. thetimes.co.uk/article/c1d921…

Ian Austin (Labour) tweette :

The BBC is the world’s best broadcaster with the best trained, most highly-skilled professional journalists operating to the highest standards of accuracy and impartiality. But look what the silly teenagers running for Labour’s deputy leadership say. Utterly ridiculous.

RT @BBCHelena: RT @BBCHelena: The Times: Britain open to world’s best talent, says Johnson #TomorrowsPapersToday https://t.co/EFpk9Q2SWW