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Standing for re-election as Member of Parliament for Folkestone & Hythe at the general election on 12 December 2019 email -

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RT @OpenAirCinemaUK: RT @OpenAirCinemaUK: @DamianCollins Hi fellow Folkestonian. We're crowdfunding to screen films outdoors for local communities. Pls RT http…

RT @Moonalice: Episode 5 of @WSJ Facebook Files documents how FB’s internal architecture enabled vaccine opponents to undermine US pandemic response by flooding comments sections of legitimate info sources. 1/…

RT @alexstamos: Looks like the *super secret* final report of the @2020Partnership has been discovered! Oh no! Please, don't read about our findings at this secret link:… Or order the *super secret* paper copy here:…

RT @NadineDorries: Social media companies: take note now. When harm is caused, we're coming after it. The world is watching to see how we legislate to deal with online abuse, harm and disinformation. We will lead the way and we will not disappoint.

RT @elashton: RT @elashton: . @DamianCollins says tennis integrity unit is a “fig leaf” covering up an enormous problem in the sport

4/4 It is important to show that

1/4 It's a sad day in parliament today as we remember our colleague David Amess, who was so brutally taken from us last Friday. Following this attack there has been renewed attention on the death threats and abuse MPs receive on social media. We are not alone in this.

2/4 As we have heard during our @OnlineSafetyCom evidence sessions, social media is normalising abusive and extremist content, including vile racism, homophobia and misogyny. This online hate speech can influence violent actions in the real world with tragic consequences.

3/4 As we only have a very short time before we produce our @OnlineSafetyCom report on the Online Safety Bill we will be continuing with our evidence session today. It is important to show that parliament's work in trying to make the internet a safer place continues.