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Just to remind you this is the EDM laid down by Mike Hancock MP:

EDM 101

STANDING AREAS AT FOOTBALL GROUNDS

5.11.2006

Hancock, Mike

That this House urges the Government to re-examine the case for introducing small, limited sections of safe standing areas at football grounds; further urges the Government to recognise that there is widespread support for such areas, and that improvements in stadium design and technology mean that with rigorous safety specifications standing areas could be safely re-introduced; and calls on the Minister concerned to convene a meeting of representatives of the police, supporters, Premier League clubs and the Football Licensing Authority to find a way forward.

We now have 71 MPs who have signed the Safe Standing EDM. If there is anything you would like to raise with Phil Gatenby at the FSF or Amanda Mathews at Stand Up Sit Down,then let me know below and I will put them into contact with you. If you havent yet please lobby your MP to sign if not on the list below and send any responses to Phil Gatenby.

We need another 29 MPs to stand a chance of a Parliamentary debate.

The full list of 71 MPs signing to date is as follows:

Hancock, Mike

Russell, Bob

Evans, Nigel

Hemming, John

Hoey, Kate

Drew, David

Pope, Greg

Llwyd, Elfyn

Conway, Derek

Gibson, Ian

Godsiff, Roger

Goodman, Paul

Baker, Norman

Stringer, Graham

Taylor, David

Davies, Philip

Leech, John

Scott, Lee

Rennie, Willie

Robinson, Iris

MacKay, Andrew

McDonnell, Alasdair

Campbell, Gregory

Willis, Phil

Soulsby, Peter

Prentice, Gordon

Heyes, David

Jenkins, Brian

Chaytor, David

Cryer, Ann

Davey, Edward

Dean, Janet

Flynn, Paul

Mates, Michael

Brooke, Annette

Challen, Colin

Gidley, Sandra

Burrowes, David

Goodman, Helen

Howarth, David

Singh, Marsha

Stoate, Howard

Widdecombe, Ann

Riordan, Linda

Hunter, Mark

Lloyd, Tony

Foster, Michael Jabez

Vis, Rudi

Browne, Jeremy

Kawczynski, Daniel

Simpson, Alan

Stewart, Ian

Todd, Mark

Burns, Simon

Tami, Mark

Wright, Anthony D

Farron, Timothy

Murphy, Paul

Keeley, Barbara

McGrady, Eddie

Field, Mark

Taylor, Matthew

Anderson, David

Austin, John

Crabb, Stephen

McCarthy, Kerry

Jones, Martyn

Brady, Graham

Butterfill, John

Etherington, Bill

Benyon, Richard

This is a plea to all Football fans on the Vital network to lobby your MPs not just Clarets fans


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:turfmanphil
Date:Tuesday December 12 2006
Time: 8:26AM

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76 have now signed! Come on we can do this Key, Robert Murrison, Andrew Hopkins, Kelvin Jackson, Glenda Ennis, Jeff
turfmanphil
14/12/2006 12:00:00
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84 and counting! There must be another 16 we can find somewhere?
turfmanphil
25/12/2006 10:44:00
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