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Most recent annotations on things by Madeleine Moon

  • Wendy Priestley: See also http://www.theyworkforyou.com/wrans/?id= 2014-02-06a.173425.h The delays between reconsideration by the DWP and appeal hearings which find that the claimant was indeed eligible for... (8 February 2014)
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  • Dave Butler: The Veterans of this campaign are legally entitled to wear the PJM on the basis that they are no longer subject to Military Law and there is no other law to prevent the medal being worn. It can... (16 September 2011)
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  • Tony M: This issue is not confined to the PJM, it affects all those medals reviewed, the Medal review took just 12 days to complete in December 2010, now almost a year later the MoD appears to be in a... (16 September 2011)
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  • Barry Fleming: Dear Madeleine, There are 35,000 ex-servicemen and women, and next of kin, out here in the autumn of our lives and we are very grateful to you for prodding this government to deliver what they... (16 September 2011)
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  • John Rushton: John Rushton. I can do no better than support the previous comment. This "sleight of hand" has been going on for many years. Years in which a number recipients have passed away without having... (16 September 2011)
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  • John Cooper: Madeleine, we Veterans of the Malaysian Campaign have experienced Government bureaucracy for the past 6 years, it is time that this nonesense was sorted out. (16 September 2011)
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  • Tony M: Extract from Part Five: Veterans Campaigns for Medals for Past Service Pingat Jasa Malaysia The Case 5.32 The Malaysian Government submitted a formal request to the FCO in 2005 to... (10 June 2011)
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  • anne greagsby: How much did Bridgend spend on 'it'??? - the St athan project? And why would they do that? Did they believe the false figures for jobs - the jobs that were relocated jobs not new jobs. See... (9 November 2010)
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  • Huw O'Sullivan: Paul Flynn supported with his "disgraceful" comment. Although he has not been active in supporting calls for review and revision of copyright, trademark and patent legislation that have... (15 October 2010)
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  • Grace Filby: "we have a moral duty to ensure that human rights are protected no matter where the abuses occur" I hope our MPs will remember this regarding vaccinations. In the latest Cervarix anti-cancer... (5 June 2009)
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  • Grace Filby: Not comprehensive enough, obviously :) But on another important point that reflects the state of our current education system, there are some technologies that could easily be added to the... (5 June 2009)
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  • barbara richards: "we have a moral duty to ensure that human rights are protected no matter where the abuses occur" Is that so? Then why on earth have we had the secret family courts preying upon our children,... (5 June 2009)
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  • Dee Speers: Ms Moon, Thank you for pointing out the reality in Bridgend and personally I feel that a wider Government appraisal may need to be carried out across the systems generally. Time and again we are... (6 May 2009)
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  • susan dew: My husband has recently been made redudant, we thought that my daughter who is currently studying her A levels would be entitled to a EMA, however were have been told by the EMA staff that we... (18 April 2009)
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  • Alix Cull: If sufficient attention had been given to the diagnosis, treatment and care of mental illness, and better social provision made,then many people who have ben sent to prison, especially those who... (9 February 2009)
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  • Dee Speers: It would be very helpful to have guidlines to follow and I refer to Health Service Guildeline HSG(94)27 in particular. If "lessons are to be learnt" then these guidelines must be accessible and... (9 February 2009)
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  • Dee Speers: There is a chasm between recognition of mental illness and how it manifests itself. In seeking to understand and answer the prima facia questions at any inquest, of who, when, where, how, there... (9 February 2009)
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  • Richard Parker: In support of the statement by Madeline Moon The media reporting of knife crime does give a false representation of the issue as the majority of reported knife crime appears to be in the... (16 July 2008)
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  • Robert Bielen: This debate has been mislabelled. It's PMQ's, not questions for the Duchy of Lancaster. (9 July 2008)
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  • Alix Cull: It has now been acknowledged that there are a large number of mentally ill people in prison. They should not have been there in the first place, had the Government ensured that NHS treatment and... (18 June 2008)
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  • Dee Speers: "Starting to tackle the problems" is way too late! There must be some recognition that drugs and alcohol are often used to self-medicate other areas of life where accessing help can be very... (18 June 2008)
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  • Michael Bourne: How curious! It is not often that a question crops up about local teams being prevented from competing in local derbies for the want of changing facilities that seem not to have been provided by... (12 November 2007)
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  • ross warren: Now thats a story that we want to hear...bust them ! Coke is an evil , and taxation for such a commodity would remain enormous.Bust the coke celebraities, bust the monied that support this nasty... (20 March 2007)
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  • ross warren: sadly a loan although a lifeline cannot make up for the loss of money. It is especially sad as many of the people who invested money with Farpak were doing so to avoid debt. I recall that when my... (2 December 2006)
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  • ross warren: sadly a loan although a lifeline cannot make up for the loss of money. It is especially sad as many of the people who invested money with Farpak were doing so to avoid debt. I recall that when my... (2 December 2006)
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