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The WOWpetition has received over 100,000 electronic signatures on an e-petition and was yesterday granted a debate by the House Of Commons Backbench Business Committee. The issue of whether this is to be a Full debate in the Main Chamber at the House of Commons or a Partial debate at the secondary venue of Westminster Hall is yet to be decided.
MPs yesterday made it clear that the WOWpetition is known throughout Parliament as a very successful campaign, which addresses very relevant and substantial issues concerning the way this country treats sick and disabled people and that these issues were deserving of a full debate in the Main Chamber of the House of Commons.
Please contact your MP and petition them that the WOWpetition be granted a full debate in the main chamber of the House of Commons (you can locate your MP using http://www.theyworkforyou.com/ ) and sign this petition so that the Backbench Business Committee are aware of the level of public support for a full debate of the WOWpetition in the Main Chamber at the House of Commons.
“Mid-life male photographer meets young, nubile female student-cum-artistic muse – so far it’s old hat. But photographer turned playwright Christopher John Ball and co-writer Dean Sipling, whose background is film and television, bring the pairing into a thoroughly contemporary world of intercepted emails, sinister insinuation and sharp retorts. Their ‘guilty until proved innocent’ plot … is thoroughly watchable and believable – perhaps as a result of Ball’s professional insights and DS Dom Lucas’ services as police advisor to the production” Barbara Lewis – The Stage