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RT @JenWilliamsMEN: Might pin the original Towns Fund story to my profile. Just had a press release about it that credits the Times for breaking the story and no: I'm sorry. We did the analysis first. I don't think a national newspaper would accept that and don't think we should either.

RT @HadleyFreeman: As someone who’s spent the past week solo parenting two toddlers, and went back to work full time 4mos after they were born, I have some things to say about this popular argument, which is “Why not just be a bit poorer and spend more time with your kids?” thetimes.co.uk/article/bab0f8…

A better future is possible for our country. Together we can make Britain the best place to grow up in and the best place to grow old in. twitter.com/UKLabour/statu…

RT @bphillipsonMP: The government has had months to fix the gaps in its employment support schemes, which so many people have fallen through. Today we heard what ministers plan to do for them – nothing. They have done nothing, they are doing nothing, and they propose, in future, to do nothing. https://t.co/ATKXbxY15N

The North East has almost 15 jobseekers for each available job - the highest number in England. The Chancellor’s one-size-fits-all approach won’t tackle the jobs crisis we are facing. Me for @SunderlandEcho sunderlandecho.com/news/opinion/c…

RT @AnnelieseDodds: Local lockdowns are key to the government’s plan announced last week. Yet just theee days before summer recess, it hasn’t introduced any new help for affected areas. We need targeted aid to protect local jobs and health or this strategy won’t work. theguardian.com/politics/2020/…

.@Jacob_Rees_Mogg just told MPs that we can’t spend vast amounts of money during a time of economic crisis “without ensuring there is value for money”. I agree. The Job Retention Bonus risks handling over billions to businesses who don’t need it. Will he tell the Chancellor?