1. Security is being able to put food on the table. It’s having a roof over your head. It’s leaving behind a habitable planet for our children. And it’s about getting along with our neighbours so we can build a more peaceful world for all.
  2. Australia’s request to end Julian Assange’s prosecution is welcome. Julian is in prison for revealing the truth, and he should never have been put through this ordeal in the first place. President Biden could end this injustice by dropping the charges, now.
  3. On International Romani Day, we celebrate Gypsy, Roma, Sinti and Traveller communities and their rich cultural heritage. I hope today brings more visibility to their resilience in the face of ongoing discrimination, and inspires us to campaign for dignity and freedom for all.
  4. Solidarity with civil servants and @pcs_union refusing to carry out unlawful acts. End arms sales to Israel now.
  5. The UK government knows it is complicit in the slaughter of innocent Palestinians. That is why it refuses to publish legal advice. That is why it evades our questions in Parliament. And that is why it maligns our mass movement for peace.
  6. A very happy Easter to all who celebrate. Easter is a time of renewal and hope. Let’s strive to build a more peaceful world where every human being can live a life of dignity, freedom and joy.
  7. In 1945, a Labour government inherited an economy ravaged by World War II. They built the NHS & the welfare state. Crises are not an excuse for inaction. They are an opportunity for transformation. Today, that means offering an alternative to inequality, climate chaos, and endless war.
  8. The vile, racist, and misogynistic comments directed at Diane Abbott are utterly disgraceful. Diane has endured horrendous abuse, normalised by politicians and commentators across the political divide. She will always be an icon, a trailblazer, and an inspiration. Solidarity.
  9. How can it be right that in the 6th largest economy in the world, more than 4 million children are living in poverty?
  10. Protesting against the mass slaughter of civilians is not a threat to democracy. The real threat to democracy is a government that crushes our rights and silences our solidarity. Our movement is made up of people of all faiths and backgrounds, united by a belief in a more peaceful world.

The choice is:

Keir Starmer

Margaret Hodge

Wes Streeting

Jeremy Corbyn

Rachel Reeves

David Lammy

Yvette Cooper

Liz Kendall

Anneliese Dodds

Lisa Nandy

Emily Thornberry

Hilary Benn

If you picked the right answer, you will realise very quickly why the rest should be nowhere near government and power.

They would never say the above because they are puppets on a string.

Penny Lane

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