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    BBC 100 Women audience interaction, engagement and debate on women policy areas.

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    Collective women engagement influencing public policy with female politicians, discussing Women & Equality in London.

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    David Cameron (PM) presenting in No.10 Downing Street

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    Conservative MPs Louise Mensch and Angie Bray at Women In The Media panel debate

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  • Women in the media debate

    Women in Parliament debating women & the role of media at Westminster, key note speakers journalists & MPs.

Friday, 2 October 2015

Posted by Parveen Hassan
| 11:09
Wear it Pink is back and stronger, charity campaigners, volunteers and our Conservative female politicians are setting the standard once again by supporting the annual campaign. 

Maria Miller MP-wear it pink
Raising awareness for Breast Cancer research continues to ensure women affected have the appropriate support. The education programmes and funding activities is needed, as many volunteers give their time to raise funds through innovation and simple gestures.

All the support is paramount, pledges to take action now will assist. ‘By 2050, the UK’s largest best cancer charity believes everyone who develops the disease will live.’ 

Facts:
  • 1 in 8 women in the UK will get breast cancer at some point in their lifetime.
  • Every 45 minutes, another woman dies.
  • 50,000 women are still diagnosed with breast cancer each year.

Caroline Spelman MP-wear it pink
Take the step, support, and action now, more details can be found on the website breastcancernow.org to sign up and wear it pink on the 23rd October 2015.