Shocked at oil spill in Mauritius, where an environmental emergency has been declared.— Jeremy Corbyn (@jeremycorbyn) August 9, 2020
There must be a massive international response to support the clean up. pic.twitter.com/RabTWXKze0
"We have a legal & moral responsibility to refugees fleeing famine, war and violence. They are not the problem. The problem is the dangerous routes they must take." https://t.co/h3GXapmqg3— Jeremy Corbyn (@jeremycorbyn) August 10, 2020
NHS staff are absolutely brilliant but have suffered a pay freeze, under-funding and under-staffing.— Jeremy Corbyn (@jeremycorbyn) August 8, 2020
Now it’s time to pay them properly, guarantee secure jobs and end privatisation.
My support to all of our wonderful NHS workers protesting for a pay rise today.#NHSWorkersSayNo pic.twitter.com/iL72XJm55f
In Yemen today, 80% of people require humanitarian assistance in one form or another.— Jeremy Corbyn (@jeremycorbyn) August 3, 2020
It's time to end the war on Yemen and stop arms sales to Saudi Arabia.
My message to the recent Birmingham event against the war on Yemen 👇https://t.co/FvfaHp8ixy
During #GE2019, why did @UKLabour’s @TahirAliMP say @jeremycorbyn was being targeted over #antisemitism just so @Conservatives would win the election? Maybe for the same reason he took so long to sign up to the International Definition of Antisemitism. https://t.co/cBx3Lmw0E2— Campaign Against Antisemitism (@antisemitism) August 9, 2020
#HiroshimaDay is so important because it involves us collectively thinking about what a nuclear weapon actually is - a weapon of mass destruction that if ever used can only kill large numbers of civilians.@CNDuk #Hiroshima75 https://t.co/JWMPfEbZYr— Jeremy Corbyn (@jeremycorbyn) August 6, 2020
"Statutory sick pay in the UK is just £95.85 per week - and 2 million don’t even earn enough to qualify.— Jeremy Corbyn (@jeremycorbyn) August 2, 2020
People can’t afford to self-isolate on that. They need #SickPayForAll that meets the cost of living." https://t.co/9D3DoarXxM
The #COVID19 crisis has exposed how dependent we are on each other and on the many ties of mutual aid that, woven together, make up the fabric of our society.— Jeremy Corbyn (@jeremycorbyn) August 4, 2020
I spoke @arise_festival on how we need investment in our future and to put #PeopleBeforeProfit - https://t.co/tFFSOJJ8Ke pic.twitter.com/O9xAdvqUSW
That hazardous route across the English Channel escaping the EU.— Ginger Kat (@katcashmeade) August 10, 2020
Which part of France is the war in then ? .... I must have missed that— medicman (@ukmedicx) August 10, 2020
They're not refugees.— Cold957 (@cold957) August 10, 2020
They stopped being refugees the first safe country they landed in, if in fact they were refugees in the first place.
And the six other countries in between.