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  1. . reports that 251 journalists have been jailed in 2018, 18% of them without charge. Without a free media to hold politicians to account democracy cannot function.

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  2. . absolutely right to recognise the and the vital role journalists play as the lifeblood of democracy. Media freedom and the protection of journalists is key to a free society.

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  3. Thanks : your report on the number of children dying from starvation in Yemen shook the world - and the participants - into action.

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  4. Dec 13

    Heartening to see positive outcomes of Yemen talks, including ceasefire and withdrawal of troops in Hodeidah. Taking steps towards peace required courage from both delegations - now we need to build a lasting settlement and stop people dying

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  5. Dec 13

    The case of the two Reuters journalists imprisoned for exposing the Rohingya crisis sends a chilling message. Journalism must never be a crime, as I discussed with Amal Clooney who is doing a great job representing Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo

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  6. Dec 13

    Thanks Deb for being such an inspiration on patient safety to me and many others. Because of what you did many others will not suffer as your mum did

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  7. Dec 13

    My message from peace talks in Stockholm

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  8. Dec 13

    Dialogue is key to achieving peace in Yemen. At the talks in Sweden today I met with the Government of Yemen and the Houthi delegations to stress the need for all sides to continue to work towards a political solution

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  9. Dec 13

    Yemen peace talks today in Stockholm show diplomacy at its best. Great to see UN Yemen envoy Martin Griffiths here today to discuss how the UK can bolster the work UN is doing to achieve a lasting peace settlement

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  10. Retweeted
    Dec 12

    Grateful to for joining today. This debate comes at a very important moment. The world is an unpredictable place right now & developments from risk making it more so. Compliance with is not a licence to engage in destabilising behaviour elsewhere.

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  11. Dec 12

    Huge congrats to whose stamina, resilience and decency has again won the day and given her the chance to deliver Brexit for our country

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  12. Dec 12

    Beyond Brexit, talks continue in Stockholm over the conflict in Yemen. Just spoke to about what more our two countries can do to support peace. We are both 100% behind the work of . Watch this space

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    Dec 11

    Toutes mes pensées sont avec les victimes et leurs proches suite à l’attentat à ce soir. Une si belle ville, connue dans le monde entier pour son marché de Noël. Notre solidarité absolue avec nos amis 🇫🇷 cette nuit, comme toujours

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  14. Dec 12

    My sincere request to colleagues: BREXIT IS NOT GUARANTEED and the British people will not forgive us if we fail to deliver it. All those who want to stop it are praying for a Conservative leadership contest. So don’t take the risk and back tonight

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  15. Dec 11

    I am backing tonight. Being PM most difficult job imaginable right now and the last thing the country needs is a damaging and long leadership contest. Brexit was never going to be easy but she is the best person to make sure we actually leave the EU on March 29

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  16. Dec 11

    International collaboration crucial to secure justice for the atrocities in Rakhine. Last week French Foreign Minister & I sent a joint letter to Aung San Suu Kyi to set out where there must be urgent progress if the Rohingya are to return home safely and with dignity

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  17. Dec 11

    Congratulations to for winning Marie Colvin award for her work on Syria. She has been drawing the world’s attention to the human cost of the war in Syria at a time where good quality journalism has never been more important. Richly deserved.

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  18. Dec 11

    Inspiring interview with our Ambassador in Kathmandu , talking about living with a visible difference while being the “face of Britain in Nepal”

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  19. Dec 10

    Huge congratulations to Dr , one of the true saints alive who today gets his . Could have lived comfortably as a doctor but chose to set up a clinic in DRC to help raped women, children and babies & campaigns to stop sexual violence as a tool of war

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  20. Dec 10

    Just back from Foreign Affairs Council in Brussels where whatever the challenges (including spoof twitter accounts) Sir Tim Barrow does a great job as our Ambassador to the EU!

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