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  • Photograph of coal-powered electricity plantLeave it in the ground!
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  • Photograph of flood-affected woman holding an umbrellaClimate versus capitalism
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- 16 days ago

@JessicaLBarnard: Wonderful to be at the Lula campaign and PT London international committee launch in London. Brazil is ready to elect a resilient trade unionist who will turn around the political system, stand with the people and reject the far right and Bolsonaro. https://t.co/6XZza7BL3y

- 16 days ago

@marcusbarnett_: At the Lula presidential campaign launch in London tonight, @jeremycorbyn attacks the “fly-by-night businesspeople and gangster capitalists” who seek to prop up Bolsonaro and his “Trumpian theology”. https://t.co/YPAesJHmZB

- 49 days ago

@devikadutt: I’m not one to do Twitter announcements, but it turns out it’s just easier this way so that I don’t have to tell everyone individually: Starting this summer (inshallah and visa process permitting), I’ll be joining @KingsIntDev as a Lecturer in Development Economics 🙂