2020 11 APPG on Baby Loss: Parliamentary debate to mark Baby Loss AwarenessWeek

     

CMV Action now have confirmation that there will be a debate in Parliament next Thursday, 5th November, from 13.30-15.00.  This will be held in Westminster Hall, and will be available to watch online via Parliament.TV.  

The debate will focus on the effect of the Covid-19 outbreak on people experiencing pregnancy and baby loss, and it will be led by the APPG's Co-Chair Cherilyn Mackrory MP.  MPs can register to speak in the debate by contacting the Speaker's office, the deadline for MPs to register is 13.00 on Wednesday, 4th November.  The Baby Loss Awareness Alliance have prepared briefing materials for the debate, which can be found on their website, and MPs on the APPG have been encouraged to contact charities and other organisations directly for briefings on specific policy areas.  

     

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