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After Hurricane Ian left Cuba in the dark, protestors took to the streets. Now the government is set to charge them for that dark time and many are heading home.

Cuba will be facing a new crisis when Hurricane Irma threatens the island. The government has already made contingency plans to help with relief. But now it’s time to get to work.

This is a long and hard road ahead but we’re going to make it – because as long as we’re going to fight for the rights of others then we need to ensure we’re doing everything we can to keep them safe.

The people of Cuba need to be heard but more than anything they need to be free.

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Thank you so much to everyone who has been supportive of my work since 2015 and our work to support Cubans to protect their rights and stop the dictatorship in their home.

Just like Cuba’s recent presidential election when they were voted in by the Cuban people, we have made history – a history which we’ll write together for generations to come.

To all those who have left or are leaving Cuba right now I would just like to say thank you. The world needs your help and we’ve had a great run together.

The Cuban people have shown that they can organise in the face of extreme adversity and in the face of government pressure to stop resisting.

They’ve proven they are a resilient and creative nation.

If they’re to become more than a country of dictators it’s crucial that they’ve got the means to make their own decisions and take their own decisions.

And so I thank those of you from the US and elsewhere who have helped and supported Cuba’s struggle for freedom and democracy, and the struggle of the Cuban people for freedom and democracy.

To those of you who have had contact with us so far, thank you so much. It has been a privilege and a great honour to help in Cuba’s struggle for freedom and democracy.

I want to say thank you to all those who have been supportive of us, and the work we’ve done, in both the United States and abroad. It’s an honour to be able to work in the

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