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NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow RT : Unemployment rose by 5,000 to 80,000 in the North East of England between September and November. The number out of… https://t.co/iPXme7sypd 2 days 1 hour ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow RT : This is a victory for all those tireless campaigners like who or… https://t.co/PeqUiDxJV8 2 days 2 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow Alongside & , we’re really pleased that will be one of the keynote speakers at… https://t.co/OTJIQ3XHsR 2 days 3 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow Good to hear Patron discussing with on Sunday – you can li… https://t.co/PdRSIecKd4 2 days 3 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow Thank you to Easington MP for raising the issue of free in yes… https://t.co/Ci447jcNuC 2 days 4 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow The Secretary of State's response was disappointing - but will continue to press for long-term, sus… https://t.co/R9chRi9W1V 2 days 4 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow RT : Low-income families set to be poorer under universal credit – study https://t.co/qoz8rbUS1K 2 days 8 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow This analysis suggests youth services in the North East have seen cuts of 76% since 2010, with a cut… https://t.co/lMMnLPJ8jl 2 days 18 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow RT : Almost 1 in 10 schools across the North East has a foodbank - this SHOCKING statistic comes from a report by… https://t.co/YnHL5FEUkq 3 days 2 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow RT : Schools need to opt in for free sanitary products. See below https://t.co/gTRa46Wtrz 4 days 8 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow RT : It’s difficult to quantify the impact of ‘welfare reform’ changes. In anticipation of next weeks c… https://t.co/GdH6GrPMLQ 6 days 9 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow RT : 2020 the year we were supposed to have eradicated child poverty by. Instead numbers are rising. We urgently need ac… https://t.co/48qyH4E8hO 6 days 23 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow A really powerful piece by on the causes & consequences of child poverty for young people & their fam… https://t.co/Lao8l3rie8 1 week 37 min ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow RT : The are hosting an event..... https://t.co/4ep5jHOM1s 1 week 4 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow RT : I will be attending this conference. And am excited to get child poverty back on the political agenda https://t.co/ZGsUnUpYCM 1 week 4 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow RT : Looking forward to contributing at this event https://t.co/10QBi7kk4n 1 week 20 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow RT : Next week will host a regional conference to put child poverty back on the political agenda. Read m… https://t.co/tFfRNFMiHJ 1 week 21 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow RT : As part of our project we have outlined the principles that should underpin a decent social security… https://t.co/pugZlmySxR 1 week 1 day ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow Next week will host a regional conference to put child poverty back on the political agenda. Read m… https://t.co/tFfRNFMiHJ 1 week 1 day ago Reply Retweet Favorite

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