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Labour & Co-op MP for Birmingham Edgbaston and Shadow International Development Secretary #SDGs preet.gill.mp@parliament.uk 0121-392-8426

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RT @SDoughtyMP: Desperate attempt by #Sunak to cover up ill-judged and irresponsible cut to support for world’s poorest at time a global pandemic rages, poverty rises + instability increases. False economy, morally wrong + against Britain’s interests. Never trust a Tory. #SpendingReview

The attack on a young Sikh student outside his school in Wellington was repugnant. I understand that a police investigation has been launched and it is being treated as a hate crime. We must send a message that bullies don’t win. #antisikhhate

RT @labourpress: “Labour are committed to spending 0.7% of GNI on aid to tackle global poverty and injustice and will oppose any attempt from this government to damage this country’s reputation by breaking that commitment.” - @PreetKGillMP labour.org.uk/press/preet-ka…

For many people in #Edgbaston, the cladding scandal has been a living nightmare with no end in sight. In the run up up the Spending Review, I have highlighted the plight of leaseholders in my constituency with the Chancellor. #EOCS preetkaurgill.com/content/preet-…

RT @PreetKGillMP: In the middle of a global pandemic, turning our backs on the world's poorest would be the wrong thing to do. Ahead of hosting both the G7 summit and COP26 in 2021, it would tar our hard-won reputation, and symbolise a retreat from the world stage. #SaveAid https://t.co/awyxcGIWBy

RT @PreetKGillMP: In the middle of a global pandemic, turning our backs on the world's poorest would be the wrong thing to do. Ahead of hosting both the G7 summit and COP26 in 2021, it would tar our hard-won reputation, and symbolise a retreat from the world stage. #SaveAid https://t.co/awyxcGIWBy

RT @PreetKGillMP: In the middle of a global pandemic, turning our backs on the world's poorest would be the wrong thing to do. Ahead of hosting both the G7 summit and COP26 in 2021, it would tar our hard-won reputation, and symbolise a retreat from the world stage. #SaveAid https://t.co/awyxcGIWBy

RT @PreetKGillMP: In the middle of a global pandemic, turning our backs on the world's poorest would be the wrong thing to do. Ahead of hosting both the G7 summit and COP26 in 2021, it would tar our hard-won reputation, and symbolise a retreat from the world stage. #SaveAid https://t.co/awyxcGIWBy

RT @PreetKGillMP: In the middle of a global pandemic, turning our backs on the world's poorest would be the wrong thing to do. Ahead of hosting both the G7 summit and COP26 in 2021, it would tar our hard-won reputation, and symbolise a retreat from the world stage. #SaveAid https://t.co/awyxcGIWBy

RT @LizBettyPem: Having no surestart centres to signpost my most vulnerable families to is damaging. I’m on the frontline, I see the REAL detrimental impact. Ofsted do NOT.11/12