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Here's a link to the BBC News piece which includes a video of Terry talking about the petition he's taken to No 10 today.
I gather he's also on ITV lunchtime and, presumably most of the media will be running pieces.
Don't know how to make the link above into hypertext, sorry!
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PTerry is doing such a good job at championing Alzheimers sufferers *does cheerleading thingie
I hope Gordon Brown does more than the sincere tea and sympathy act - he seems like a very sensible man for a politician and pitching it on how much looking after people and supporting their carers will cost in the future is sure to hammer things home more effectively with this govt (any govt too I s'pose) than the humanitarian angle which should really be the clincher if politicians in general cared more genuinely...
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Terry is doing a marvelous thing, by campaigning for the Alzheimers Society. Long may he be able to do this too.
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