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Ask Your MP to Attend the #SeriouslyAwkward Parlimentary Debate on the 17th December

SA_invite_your_MPThe Children’s Society #SeriouslyAwkward campaign is gaining momentum. They have secured a 90 minute debate in parliament next Thursday morning (17th December), and need your help by asking your local MP to attend the debate.  

UK Home Secretary Theresa May has already responded to questions campaigners helped ask. Now there’s going to be a debate in Parliament on the morning of next Thursday 17th December where MPs will discuss how 16-17 year olds are not fully protected from sexual exploitation. 

What you can do to help

It is absolutely crucial that as many MPs attend as possible. Please invite your local MP to be there, by completing the online form at the Children’s Society, or tweeting them using the tweet below. 

[tweetthis][@insert your MP’s handle here] please attend the #SeriouslyAwkward parliamentary debate @ChildrenSociety on 17 Dec[/tweetthis]

Other things you could do

The debate will be streamed live on the Children’s Society website, and is currently scheduled for 11.30am on Thursday 17th December. 

Be sure to follow the Children’s Society on Twitter for #SeriouslyAwkward updates. 

If you wish to donate to the campaign you can do so via this link here.  

Thanks so much for your support!  

 

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2 Comments

  1. Thanks so much for your support Fiona, much appreciated! I never go to my local high street any more, but for various random reasons found myself there on Saturday morning, and guess who was campaigning? My MP! I managed to nab him for a good chat about Seriously Awkward, and he seemed keen to get behind it 🙂

  2. Wholeheartedly supported. I am busily sharing this among the Facebook communities I am part of, and have tweeted my local MP Greg Clark (Royal Tunbridge Wells). Let’s see how this takes momentum, Renee. Outstanding work x

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