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Policy Change Now campaign #2

Discussion in 'Action Alerts and Advocacy' started by sproggle, Nov 22, 2010.

  1. sproggle

    sproggle Jan

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    Please note that this is not a daily email campaign, we are asking you to send each of the following emails to the addresses provided just once.

    To take part:

    1) Send the following response to Rt Hon. Andrew Lansley at lansleya@parliament.uk and dhmail@dh.gsi.gov.uk once.

    *Update do not Bcc: ukpolicychange@gmail.com they are now blocking all emails which do so, simply email us and let us know after you have sent your email.



    2) Next send the following reply to Sir John Savill at Linda.Willmott@headoffice.mrc.ac.uk once.

    *Update do not Bcc: ukpolicychange@gmail.com they are now blocking all emails which do so, simply email us and let us know after you have sent your email.



    3) If we receive a response from Dame Sally Davies, Chief Medical Officer at the MRC, we will formulate a response for people to send.

    Thanks very much for taking part and making the Policy Change Now campaign a success!
  2. Sasha

    Sasha Fine, thank you

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    Is there a bit missing here:

    I've seen this info before elsewhere and I thought there was a bit somewhere in it that made it clear that there's one psychiatrist on the panel who gives low scores to biomedical proposals. As it stands, this quote doesn't make a lot of sense (to me, though who knows through the brainfog). It just looks like, "Guess who? No idea."

    ETA: I forgot to say that this is a very well-written letter and a good idea! Sorry, Sproggle! Forest/trees situation.

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