I wrote to all MPs who represent members of the Worcestershire
Support Group - by that I mean that some of our members at out of
And - message from Peter Luff, MP for Mid Worcestershire:
Don't worry! We can go on and on requesting debates every time the
health department is in the rota; there is no time limit. I can
only apply in those weeks when I know I'm free at the times of the
debates, but I will do so. Lots of people apply, so it's a real
lottery, quite literally. One of us will get it eventually.
--- In LocalME@yahoogroups.com, "Charles Shepherd"
> MAY BE REPOSTED
> We have just been informed that John Bercow MP has not been
successful in the parliamentary ballot to try and secure a House of
Commons adjournment debate on ME in the week beginning November 19th.
> However, this does not prevent MPs making further attempts at
securing a debate in the next weekly ballot.
> Consequently, we would urge anyone who has not yet done so to
write to their MP about this matter using the two page letter that
is contained in the October issue of ME Essential magazine.
> This letter can also be downloaded ('Send a letter to your MP')
from the MEA website: http://www.meassociation.org.uk
> Dr Charles Shepherd
> Trustee, ME Association
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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