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Last 50 tweets from @jessphillips
In reply to @jessphillips
@jessphillips great earrings on #HIGNFY. Where can i get them ?
 
Started my day chipper and breezy, ended it giving police statements. #LifeOfAnMP
 
Boris Johnson on BBC news saying empty platitudes about guiding victims of domestic and sexual abuse through the system bears no relation with reality.
 
Women's security is national security.
Agent's abused former partner in legal action against MI5 bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politi…
 
In my Birmingham office one of my brilliant caseworkers, "well this week could be basically described as dealing with debt." #CostOfLivingCrisis
 
Jess Phillips MP Retweeted ·  
I can’t speak through the tears. I’ve just had all future work placed on hold until the Home Office approves my Right to Work. Meaning I am currently unable to earn any money during a cost of living crisis …
 
Jess Phillips MP Retweeted ·  
We're delighted @Baroness Hallett listened to our evidence.
Her proposed changes to the #COVID19 Inquiry see inequality at the fore, with domestic abuse & the experiences of pregnant women considered.
We urge the PM to approve her recommendations.
bit.ly/3sMr5er
Baroness Hallett makes recommendations to the Prime Minister on the Inquirys Terms of Reference
covid19.public-inquiry.uk
 
Jess Phillips MP Retweeted ·  
Important story in The Times today. The Tories plan to cut civil service staffing by a fifth across the board. For the Crown Prosecution Service, that would mean cutting staff numbers to their lowest level in 30 years, at a time the CPS is already stretched to breaking point.
 
 
In reply to @Raven__Smith
@Raven__Smith @MelissaJohns_1 I made it easily to the train, and stopped for a chat with someone had 5 mins to spare.
 
Jess Phillips MP Retweeted ·  
Really relieved to finally publish our report and tell the women's stories.

Exposing misogynistic abuse of this kind is plainly in the public interest, but it took an unprecedented court battle with MI5 and the government to be able to run this piece

bbc.co.uk/news/uk-615085…
 
Jess Phillips MP Retweeted ·  
Kristina O'Connor's judicial review against the Met will go ahead in the High Court.

She went to the Met to report being a victim of a mugging and was instead hit on by the DCI who took on the case.

goodlawproject.org/news/kristina-…
Kristina OConnor will get her day in Court - Good Law Project
goodlawproject.org
 
 
In reply to @VicaryJames
Absolutely. However, she's not the only one and there are so many who have it even worse. Without thinking about the forces, some are away weeks and even months. We all make choices.
 
I think we can all agree it's time for @StaceySolomon to rectify this
2 Gregs, no women will have a chance to pass their desires into law. Reminder of my fave women in parliament fact. There have been 12 MPs called Gavin and zero called Stacy.
 
In reply to @jessphillips
Given the subject of the bill isn't decided, is this a popularity contest? Or random ballot?
 
In reply to @jessphillips
I've got one taking his GCSEs and one taking her A levels, they've both got through the difficulties of late with wit! And this is our 1st experience of both given GCSEs were cancelled 2 years ago!
 
2 Gregs, no women will have a chance to pass their desires into law. Reminder of my fave women in parliament fact. There have been 12 MPs called Gavin and zero called Stacy.
In reply to @PARLYapp
460 MPs entered the ballot. The top seven will be guaranteed a full day of debate on their Bill.
 
It's law by lottery time...
Congratulations to @Stuart_McDonald who has topped the private members bill ballot.

The successful MPs will now introduce their chosen bills on the fifth sitting Wednesday of the session, on 15 June. It is up to the Members themselves to decide on their bill’s topic. pic.twitter.com/0f0gNNd0Ss
 
My baby is sitting his first maths A level today. Good luck to all doing exams this week. It's been a tough old slog for the young people of this generation but in my experience they are a witty, clever bunch so I am hopeful.
Replying to @jessphillips
To all A level students especially, the leap from GCSE to A level is solid, much more so than the next step on the ladder. I'm sure you'll all smash it.
 
In reply to @jessphillips
And if he's anything like my son he'll just love you calling him your baby in public! Lol
Replying to @drewgebbie
He's not on twitter and frankly his crowd think is all terrible passé so I hope it goes unnoticed
 
My baby is sitting his first maths A level today. Good luck to all doing exams this week. It's been a tough old slog for the young people of this generation but in my experience they are a witty, clever bunch so I am hopeful.
 
In reply to @jessphillips
Oh yeah I’m not suggesting it’s not possible – just that the non-parliamentary estate aspects are often missing from the conversation
 
Thank you for watching. I’m quite emotional tonight so don’t have any words. Enjoy this picture of the day Liam Neeson came in, when I wore my shitty filming blacks but stuck a bow on my head cos… Hollywood. #Derrygirls pic.twitter.com/EOyMlJZuXE
Replying to @LisaMMcGee
It was perfection, I wept and laughed. You are a genius.
 
Jess Phillips MP Retweeted ·  
I learned more about the Good Friday agreement in the five minute closing #DerryGirls montage than I learned in the entirety of my education in the UK, and that is literally not an exaggeration in the least
 
 
In reply to @siennamarla
Surely a manner of suspension could be devised. Office staff could for example be managed by a neighbouring MP. Casework split and diverted to other MPs, this is what happens in lead up to a by-election for example, I took on Erdington casework for a spell.
Similarly in fact a number of people in Wakefield asked for my help during the trial of their MP, I was happy to help. It's not beyond the wit of man surely to create a safeguarding environment.
 
As ever, the focus is on parliament, but MPs have another office, with staff in their constituency, and other duties such as advice surgeries (with often vulnerable constituents) – you’d need to consider all of that
Replying to @siennamarla
Surely a manner of suspension could be devised. Office staff could for example be managed by a neighbouring MP. Casework split and diverted to other MPs, this is what happens in lead up to a by-election for example, I took on Erdington casework for a spell.
 
Jess Phillips MP Retweeted ·  
THREAD
1/5
For five years we’ve had to endure Government’s games. We’ve been forced to hold them to account to create a legacy of meaningful change for our loved ones. To prevent another Grenfell.

Today’s news has left us speechless. Outraged.
 
Jess Phillips MP Retweeted ·  
Pretty sure the public will be OK with stopping alleged sex criminals attending parliament.
 
In reply to @jessphillips
My dad died from it just before the pandemic. He was diagnosed 14 years earlier. It is a horrific condition that steals the very essence of the person.
Replying to @MarkWalshlabour
Sorry for your loss and heartache
 
Here is the legendary Keith. He made me certain I need to do much more to raise the issue of dementia. The diagnosis rate is falling post pandemic so we must do more.
'My wife and I saw our doctor. My wife said, 'He is not the man I married'. That rang alarm bells for the doctor.'

This #WorldAlzheimersDay, Keith shares the story of his dementia diagnosis, and how he now works with the NHS to educate medical students. bit.ly/3k6O6Vf pic.twitter.com/zrCZFSHTgW
 
In reply to @jessphillips
Well on reflection, Jess is a fabulous MP. I met her on a flight to Turkey last year. My daughters were star struck knowing she sat behind them. 649 more people like her in the House of Commons and this country would be transformed for the better.
 
In reply to @jessphillips
It was so great to see you at todays event Jess!
 
Rgardless of rain, slightly fraught journey home with alarms and missing my kids birthday, today I met a man called Keith who is living with Dementia at @alzheimerssoc event in parliament and he was the cheeriest and most determined lovely man so on reflection my job is ace.
 
 
Heard the alarms as I travelled home tonight. Hope everything is ok, it shook me up a bit.
⛔ Green Park:

The station is currently closed. This is while we investigate a fire alert.

➡ To re-plan travel: tfl.gov.uk/plan-a-journey
➡ Live station status: tfl.gov.uk/tube-dlr-overg…
 
An electoral mandate cannot trump safeguarding the public.
 
 
Amazing evening @LabourWomensNet event tonight surrounded by the most phenomenal women in our movement.

Powerful speeches from @abenaopp @AnnelieseDodds @AngelaRayner & @Keir_Starmer. Topped off by finally winning a raffle prize thanks to @jessphillips #lwngala2022 #LWN pic.twitter.com/Ei0Ja00U2a
Replying to @phi88 @LabourWomensNet and 4 others
There were way too many high and low ones. I was team middle. Glad it was you that won it.
 
Just in from long day. Missed my kids birthday today which is a hazard of the job. He's too old to want me about these days and I'll take comfort in the fact I was definitely there on the most important birthday.
 
In reply to @jessphillips
@jessphillips love the podcast, only just discovered it and made the link. I helped my friend write to you last year when he was assaulted by a security guard. Nothing happened, they didn’t even apologise. But thank you for responding and being approachable.
 
Jess Phillips MP Retweeted ·  
The Conservatives have serious questions to answer ⬇️
 
Jess Phillips MP Retweeted ·  
Look forward to these same MPs explaining why a windfall tax is a good idea when Rishi Sunak eventually brings one in. huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/labour-w…
 
Jess Phillips MP Retweeted ·  
The Treasury stopped funding for Crossrail 2 just 18 months ago, saying it would “free up investment" elsewhere…
 
Jess Phillips MP Retweeted ·  
You mean that the 40/48 “new hospitals”, on about whose fictional nature I’ve been going for several years, won’t be happening?

Gosh. What a surprise. hsj.co.uk/finance-and-ef…
Fears of delay to flagship new hospitals after funding cut
hsj.co.uk
 
Jess Phillips MP Retweeted ·  
PC fired for not investigating woman's murderer bbc.co.uk/news/uk-englan…
 
In reply to @jessphillips
I once nicked one of my Mum’s peel-off face masks, I was 13. I panicked when I thought she was coming home and dried my face mask with hairdryer. Took me about a week to take it off. Like glue. 🤦‍♀️🤣
Replying to @BramallGaynor
My husband wondered what would happen if he jammed a pencil in to top of blue spray can while staring straight at it. The answer is a braveheart look for days
 
In reply to @jessphillips
There was a girl in my school in the 80s, who used to “paint her tongue” with tipped . Whereas us boys used to try to make tattoos with a compass and cartridge ink 🤦🤦
Replying to @PSincock
I believe I've seen both, compass tattoo was a classic
 
In reply to @jessphillips
I will watch like a hawk and judge :)
Replying to @thatkat
I may remodel myself as a 90s historical consultant
 
 
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