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#83280 - 01/12/06 07:49 PM Re: Debate at Westminster
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Thought this lot deserved a mention:

MPs In Support Of Daniel Kawczynski

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1. I will give Daniel whatever support I can.

I was a member of the Scottish Parliament until June last year and there was an all party group for thosed who had suffered sexual abuse run by Marilyn Livingstone MSP and it may be worth contacting her as I am sure this is also an issue in Scotland. Her email is Marilyn.Livingstone.msp@scottish.parliament.uk

David Mundell

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2. Dear Mr McIntyre,

Thank you for your e-mail. I was very sorry indeed to read its contents.

I know Daniel very well indeed, and in fact share an office with him. I will
speak to him after the recess and see what I can do to help.

Kind regards,

David Jones MP (Clwyd West)

TORY
3. Hi Kirk
I will do everything I can to help
Regards,

Mike Penning MP
Member of Parliament for Hemel Hempstead

TORY
4. Thank you for your email, and I have great respect for the way your are dealing with the evil which was done to you.

I think that you deserve support and so do many others who have suffered as you did; the victims of this crime.

I am a great admirer of Daniel Kawcznski and will happily support his work on your behalf. I will probably not be called to speak but that does not mean that I do not agree with what he says.

Thanks again for the email and good luck with the campaign.
Bill Wiggins

TORY
5. Dear Mr McIntyre
Thank you for sending me your letter. I am glad that you are in discussions with Daniel, who is a very committed MP and will, I am sure, make a very good advocate for your cause at Westminster. I will discuss your case with him, and the situation for CSA, and see if there are ways in which my colleagues and I can help him in his efforts.
Best wishes
Chris Grayling

TORY
6. Dear Kirk

Thank you for your e-mail.

I would be happy to support Daniel's special debate if Parliamentary business
permits me to attend.

Thank you for taking the time and trouble to get in touch.

Best wishes,

Philip Hollobone

TORY
7. David Davies – Monmouth

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8. Kirk - Daniel is an excellent MP and you are fortunate to be an area with such a good MP, alas not everyone has such a great advocate in Westminster. I will speak to Daniel about this next week.

Daniel - I do not have a case but am happy to support you as needed in Westminster. Let me know either by email or let have a chat about this next week.

James Duddridge

TORY
9. Thank you for your email.

Daniel is an excellent MP and a very good friend of mine. Of course I will
happily help him if I am available should he be able to secure this debate.

Best wishes

Philip Davies MP

TORY
10. Dear Mr McIntyre,

Thanks for your email. I'd be pleased to assist your MP on this subject and have written to Daniel offering my support. I'll be guided by him as to where I might be of assistance.

Yours sincerely,

Mark Harper MP


TORY
11. By copy of this, I shall advise Daniel that he can call on my help. You have a fine effective MP.

Peter Bottomley

TORY
12. Dear Kirk McIntyre
Adam Afriyie thanks you for your email of 3rd January regarding support for Mr Kawcynski’s debate question.
When the debate is tabled Adam will carefully consider its merits.
Thanks once again for contacting Adam.
Best Wishes

Adam Afriyie


TORY
13. Dear Mr Kirk,

Thank you for emailing me about your terrible experiences - you've clearly had to get through a great deal to reach this point, and your account struck me as a particularly courageous and determined reaction to your difficulties. As you say you're not a constituent of mine, but you've done the right thing by approaching Daniel who is a very conscientious and effective constituency MP. I'm sure he will represent your case well. I'm happy to support the cause of bringing people who sexually abuse children to justice, and I wish you well in your personal recovery too.

Yours sincerely

John Penrose MP

TORY
14. Dear Mr McIntyre

Thank you for your email and I am sorry to learn of your experience with regard to the above matter.

As you are aware you are not a constituent of of mine and there is a very strict convention at the House of Commons that MPs do not represent other Members constituents.

Nevertheless I have noted the points you have made and will bear these in mind during the course of my work at Westminster.

Andrew Mitchell MP


TORY
15. Thank you for your email. I will speak to Daniel Kawczynski MP when Parliament returns next week.

Kind regards,
Grant Shapps MP
Welwyn Hatfield


TORY
16. I will ask Dr Fox on our return to parliament. Mr Kawczynski might mention it to him in the meantime. I am so sorry you have suffered such a traumatic time.

Ione Douglas (Mrs)
P/A to Dr Liam Fox

TORY
17. Dear Mr McIntyre

Thank you for your email. I was very sorry to read the history of your abuse. I will certainly support my colleague Mr Daniel Kawczynski in anyway he thinks appropriate.

Yours sincerely

John Randall MP

TORY
18. Dear Mr McIntyre

Thank you for your email. I am appalled by what you have suffered.

I wonder why you have come to me with this - unless you have written to many MPs. By coincidence (and this may be why you have contacted me) I am helping Shy Keenan and Phoenix Survivors. Recently, she obtained my help with closing down Jonathan King's website.

may I copy your email to her. i would like her advice on this motion of Daniel's. It sounds as though I will be very happy to support it. And more importantly, i would like to link up Daniel's efforts with Phoenix.

yrs

Bernard

TORY
19. I will happily discuss all this with Daniel to see how best I can help him.

Peter Luff MP
Member of Parliament for Mid Worcestershire

TORY
20. Dear Mr McIntyre

Thank you for your email . I am very sorry to hear about your experience and am happy to support Daniel .

Nick Hurd MP

TORY
21. Dear Mr McIntyre,

I was sorry to hear of your experience and understand your wish to see more help available for survivors of Sexual Abuse. As you may know, MPs are prevented from pursuing cases of those who are not their constituents. However, I am pleased to learn that Daniel Kawczynski is helping you. As your own MP, he is best placed to raise your case. I would certainly support any national initiative of the kind you suggest.

With best wishes,

John Whittingdale OBE MP


TORY
22. Thank you very much for your very open email and your experiences. I will certainly support colleagues in any debate on an issue such as this but with a busy constituency diary as well as commitments in Westminster this isn't always possible. My thanks again for contacting me and I will do all I can to offer my support.
Kind regards Anne Milton

TORY
23. Dear Kirk,
Thank you. I note that you have rightly involved your own excellent MP Daniel Kawcznski. I will be seeing Daniel next week and will discus the matter with him.
Best wishes,
Andrew

TORY
24. Dear Kirk, I will be delighted to offer Daniel my support and will talk to him after recess. Warmest Regards Lee

Lee Scott

TORY
25. Dear Mr McIntyre
Thank you very much for your e-mail of 28 December. I was extremely interested by what you say and very sorry indeed to hear of the dreadful experiences which you suffered. I am sure that I and many of my colleagues will want to be supportive of Daniel Kawczynski’s attempts to air the matter in debate. I have Frontbench responsibility for the police but I will forward this e-mail to my colleague, Tim Loughton, who has responsibility for child protection matters.
Once again, thank you very much indeed for drawing these issues to my attention.
With kind regards.
Yours sincerely
NICK HERBERT

TORY
26. Dear Mr McIntyre,

Thank you very much for your email, which I read with much concern.

I was shocked to hear of the situation that you have faced. I am delighted that you have been able to find support, although disappointed to hear how difficult it was to come by. I am also sure that there are others still suffering, as you point out, and hope that we can do everything possible to change this.

I am happy to support any parliamentary initiatives in this vital area.

Yours sincerely,

Jeremy Hunt

TORY
27. Many thanks. I will give my support to Mr Kawczynski. DS
Desmond Swayne

TORY
28. Thank you

Daniel is a great friend and I will speak to him.

Robert Goodwill MP

Scarborough and Whitby

TORY
29. I am very sorry to read your story and agree with a lot of what you say. I will certainly support my colleagues over this when the issue comes up in Parliament.
John Maples

LABOUR
30. Dear Kirk,

My deepest sympathy - and admiration for your courage.

I'll certainly support Daniel in this.

Best wishes,

Steve Pound

LABOUR
31. Dear Mr McIntyre

Thank you for your email to Mrs McGuire highlighting your concerns and experiences in relation to Childhood Sexual Abuse. Mrs McGuire has asked me to reply to you on her behalf.

She has carefully noted the concerns you raised. You will be aware that Parliamentary rules do not allow her to take up your own circumstances directly and she notes that you have correctly taken your concerns directly to your own MP.

As Mrs McGuire is a Government Minister in the Department of Work and Pensions, parliamentary protocol does not allow her to directly intervene in debate questions such as that being raised by Mr Kawczynski. However, she has noted the issues you have raised and will watch out for the debate when it comes before the House of Commons.

Thank you for contacting her.

Yours sincerely

Aileen Robb
Parliamentary Assistant
Office of Anne McGuire MP and Sylvia Jackson MSP

LABOUR
31. Dear Kirk McIntyre

Michael Foster has asked me to write and thank you for your e-mail of the 8th January. As you will realise this is a matter for your own MP and Michael is pleased to see that Daniel Kawczynski MP (Shrewsbury and Atcham) has taken this matter up on your behalf and plans to be down a Debate on the issue early in the year. Daniel Kawczynski will be supported by his colleagues when the opportunity arises and Michael will keep your comments in mind.

Best wishes
Margaret Payne
Assistant to Michael Foster MP (Worcester)

LABOUR
32. Dear Mr McIntyre,
Thank you very much for your email to Dari. I will of course draw this very important issue to her attention, and I will keep an eye on the listings for Westminster Hall debates. Depending on Dari's busy diary, she will make every effort to attend.

I am keen to reassure you that Dari has a strong interest in the welfare of young people and is, for example, a vice chair of the All-Party Group on Adoption & Fostering and the secretary of the All-Party Group on Child Abduction.

Thank you for getting in touch again.

Best wishes

Amanda

TORY
33. Dear Kirk
I will do my best to support colleagues as requested.

Yours sincerely

Rob Wilson MP

LABOUR
34. Dear Mr. McIntyre
Thank you for your recent information. You are right to approach in the first instance your own MP. I will do what I can to help
Paddy Tipping MP

TORY
35. to the manager of Operation Emotion a survivors group set up in the wake of Willaim goad
Dear Ms Alesbrook

Thank you for your email. I was so sorry to read about your terrible experience and agree that the issue you raise should be brought to the fore. I have been in contact with Mr Kawczynski's office and have been informed that his Adjournment Debate, 'Resources for Survivors of Childhood Abuse', has gone into the ballot. If he is successful the debate will be some time in the week commencing 23rd January. Please note that I have passed your letter of support for this matter on to Mr Kawczynski.

My best wishes

David Tredinnick MP

LABOUR
36. Dear Kirk McIntyre

Thank you for your email. I am sorry you were so abused as a young person, but I greatly admire your courage in overcoming and exposing what happened. I am pleased your MP is being supportive and I will do anything I can to help.

best wishes

Yours sincerely

Clair Short

TORY
37. Dear Mr McIntyre,

Thank you very much for your email. I was extremely sad to read of your experiences. As you obviously fully appreciate, there is a convention that MPs do not correpond at length with constituents of other MPs. However, I am very grateful to you for letting me know about the organisation, Survivors of CSA, and its need for resources. I will certainly liaise with my colleagues to whom you refer and provide whatever help I can.

Yours sincerely,

James Paice, MP

TORY
38. Thank you - I will talk to Daniel Kawczynski about this

Tim Loughton MP

TORY
39. Dear Mr. McIntyre,

I will be pleased to discuss this ititiative with your own Member of Parliament

Yours sincerely
Roger Gale, MP
North Thanet

TORY
40. Dear Mr. McIntyre
Thank you for your email message dated 3rd January 2006. I was exetremely sorry to read of such circumstances and am most grateful to you for drawing them to my attention.
I am very pleased that your local MP is being so supportive, if there is anything I can do to further assist, please do let me know.
Otherwise, thank you again for drawing this to my attention.
YS
Cheryl Gillan MP

LABOUR
41. Dear Mr. McIntyre.
Thank you for your recent email about the possibility of a debate in Westminster Hall about resources for survivors of child sexual abuse, I will certainly look out for this and try to attend if possible.
As you say, you are a constituent of Mr. Kawczynski, and I note that you have had a meeting with him. It is of course a strong convention pf the House of Commons that MP’s do not act in any way on behalf of other members’ constituents, but I am grateful to you for drawing attention to the subject.
With best wises.
YS
David Wright MP

TORY
42. Dear Mr. McIntyre
Thank you for your email of 3rd January regarding Childhood sexual Abuse (CSA). I was very saddened to hear about the awful experiencies you endured.
I agree that survivors of CSA should receive therapy at an early stage. From the literature I have consulted, I understand that early intervention with therapy led by specialists in the filed has the best results. I am aware of the great importance that CSA has on the individual that suffers the attack, on their loved ones and on society as a whole.
I will be in close contact with your MP, Daniel Kawczynski, on this matter and I will give him all the support I can in raising this issue.

Thank you again for writing to me
YS
Stephen Crabb MP

TORY
43. Dear Mr. McIntyre
Thank you for your email of 4 January.
I am grateful for you letting me know of Mr. Kawczynski’s efforts to improve support for victims of abuse.

As a member of the Shadow Cabinet, I am precluded from intervening in this matter – but I willcertainly discuss with Daniel the whole issue, and seek to ensure that it is brought within the ambit of our policy review.
It is clearly a very important matter.
YS
Oliver Letwin.

TORY
44. Dear Mr McIntyre
Thank you for your email of 3 January about Childhood Sexual Abuse and its effects on the individual and society. I will talk to your MP, Daniel Kawczynski, about it.
Michael Ancram

TORY
45. Kirk
Thank you for making contact though I was very sorry to read of the appalling experiences which have, understandably, taken a great deal of determination to overcome.

Daniel is a first-class MP, represents Shewsbury & Atcham with remarkable diligence and of course I shall, as you request, give him every possible support.
Regards,

Derek Conway TD MP

LABOUR
46. I also heard from Linda Gilroy MP this morning - she is going to speak to Daniel to find out more and has said (verbally) that she will support him when the question is raised.
Via Martine at Operation Emotion.

Still need you guys to contact your local MP's. I already have support and some promised visitors to Westminster Hall I have been told that at the least five male survivors will be coming up to London from the south-west.

Get on those keyboards guys.

Kirk


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#83281 - 01/19/06 09:03 PM Re: Debate at Westminster
Kirk Wayne Offline
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Registered: 05/31/05
Posts: 499
Loc: Shrewsbury UK
We have just passed the 60 MP's mark, although we have been unsucessful in getting the debate heard at the next alloted space. The debate question "Resources for Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse" will go back into the ballot box again and the next drawing of that will be at the beginning of February.

I'm quite happy with this result as it gives my MP's researcher more time to get his research up to 100%

Kirk
"Lets take this bull by the horns and swing it about a bit" - KIrk


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#83282 - 01/27/06 10:22 PM Re: Debate at Westminster
Kirk Wayne Offline
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Registered: 05/31/05
Posts: 499
Loc: Shrewsbury UK
63 MP's now

Kirk
"Lets take this bull by the horns and swing it about a bit" - Kirk


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#83283 - 01/27/06 11:03 PM Re: Debate at Westminster
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Kirk,

I will try and get my MP, and Louise Ellman on board for this.

Really I will write and ask them,

ste

_________________________
Whoever stole the Sun, put it back and we'll drop all the charges!

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#83284 - 01/27/06 11:16 PM Re: Debate at Westminster
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I tend to flash read these boards on long mails but this struck me,

"TORY
18. Dear Mr McIntyre

Thank you for your email. I am appalled by what you have suffered.

I wonder why you have come to me with this - unless you have written to many MPs. By coincidence (and this may be why you have contacted me) I am helping Shy Keenan and Phoenix Survivors. Recently, she obtained my help with closing down Jonathan King's website.

may I copy your email to her. i would like her advice on this motion of Daniel's. It sounds as though I will be very happy to support it. And more importantly, i would like to link up Daniel's efforts with Phoenix.

yrs

Bernard"

Shy, is one of the best, she fights like a Tiger, just like ste does, and you.

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Whoever stole the Sun, put it back and we'll drop all the charges!

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#83285 - 01/28/06 12:11 AM Re: Debate at Westminster
Kirk Wayne Offline
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Registered: 05/31/05
Posts: 499
Loc: Shrewsbury UK
Ste

I have swopped emails with Bernard Jenkin before, he didnt realise that CSA was so endemic in society. It was only when he learnt that school friends of his had been abused (at school) that he started to look into it more closely. I think he is on of our biggest allies in the Palace of Westminster.

Pester you MP untill she gives her support, she cannot refuse not to support it, if one of her constituents requests it.

Kirk
"Lets take this bull by the horns and swing it around a bit".


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#83286 - 02/02/06 11:32 AM Re: Debate at Westminster
Kirk Wayne Offline
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Registered: 05/31/05
Posts: 499
Loc: Shrewsbury UK
67 MPs now and a good few survivor groups.

I spoke with my MPs researcher yesterday and he said they have been swamped by mail from other constituencies.

Kirk
"Lets take this bull by the horns and swing it around a bit".


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#83287 - 02/02/06 02:51 PM Re: Debate at Westminster
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Kirk,

Thanks for all this amazing work. The results are very gratifying.

Much love,
Larry

_________________________
Nobody living can ever stop me
As I go walking my freedom highway.
Nobody living can make me turn back:
This land was made for you and me.
(Woody Guthrie)

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#83288 - 02/04/06 03:59 PM Re: Debate at Westminster
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UPDATE

TORY
47. Dear Mr. McIntyre,
Thank you very much for your email. I will certainly support the efforts
of my colleagues to secure a parliamentary debate on the issues you have
raised.

Yours sincerely,

Caroline Spelman

LIB DEM
48. I have supported a local group who do a lot of work in this area and, diary allowing, would want to contribute to such a debate.

Best wishes
Sandra Gidley MP

TORY
49. Dear Mr. McIntyre.

Thank you for your email of 3rd January.

I was very sorry to hear of your experiences at the hands of several prominent people.

I am aware if the actions being taken by Daniel Kawczynski to highlight the needs of survivors of Childhood sexual abuse. Daniel certainly has my support for his concerns as well, I believe, as the support of the majority of our Parliamentary colleagues.

YS
Stephen Dorrell.
TORY

50. Dear Mr. McIntyre,
Thank you for your recent e-mail.

I am very sympathetic to the case of those like yourself who have suffered childhood sexual abuse. The fact that a celebrity such as Jonathan King used his position to abuse young people is all the more shocking.

I shall discuss matters with David Kawczynski and other colleagues ahead of the proposed debate in the House.

Yours sincerely,

Ian Taylor, M.B.E., M.P.

TORY
51. Dear Mr McIntyre
Thank you very much for contacting me and telling me your very sad story.

Please be assured that I will be in contact with my colleague Mr Kawczynski MP to get more information about his campaign and debate.

Thank you for taking the time to contact me.
Yours Sincerely
Peter Bone MP

TORY
52. Dear Mr. McIntyre.
Sir Malcolm has asked me to write and thank you for your email of 3 January which he has now read. He will of course be very willing to support your MP Daniel Kawczynski in the important work he is doing.
Yours Sincerely

Mrs. Chrstine Shaylor.
Private Secretary to Sir Malcom Rifkind.

TORY
53. Dear Mr. McIntyre
Thank you for your emailed letter
I was extremely concerned to read of your experiences at the hands of paedophiles and as a result of your letter I will certainly take an interest in the work that my colleague Daniel Kawczynski is doing in this area.
Yours sincerely
Greg Clark MP

LIB DEM
54. Dear Mr. McIntyre,
Thank you for your email kindly notifying me of the proposed Adjournment Debate by Mr Daniel Kawczynski calling for improved resources for those who were sexually abused as children.
Through my close links with Colchester Rape Crisis Line I am aware of many of the tragedies and destruction of lives by abusers. I remain impressed by the dedication and tenacity of those working, many of whom are unpaid, within the sexual abuse field.
You can be assured that I am supportive to the improvements which your MP and yourself are calling for> I will look out for a possible future Adjournment Debate though, as you can appreciate, I cannot commit myself to attend this one due to possible Diary commitments.
All the best for a successful outcome.
Yours sincerely Bob Russell
LABOUR

55. Dear Mr McIntyre
I was very distressed to read about your experience.
I will certainly support Daniel in his efforts.
Best wishes
Louise Ellman

LABOUR

56. Dear Kirk,

Thank you for your recent correspondence regarding survivors of childhood sexual abuse.

I read your letter carefully and was saddened by the issues you highlight. I will be happy to support any Parliamentary activity in support of the victims of CSA.

Please do not hesitate to contact me again in the future.

Yours sincerely,
Danne Abbot.

LIB DEM
57. 19th January 2006
06/25.3.5/ag/ew
Dear Kirk McIntyre,
Thank you for your recent email and I will certainly look out to see whether Daniel Kawczynski secures an adjournment debate on this matter.
With every good wish.
Yours sincerely,
Andrew George MP

TORY
58. Dear Mr McIntyre
Thank you for your email of 4 January 2006. I am very sorry indeed to learn of your dreadful experiences and although I do not normally join calls for more resources because the accumulative effect of many such calls for many such worth causes is unmeetable, nevertheless I have written to Danny Kawczynski to wish him well in his endeavours.
Yours sincerely
The Rt Hon Ann Widdecombe MP

TORY
59. Thank you I will make contact with your MP
Stephen Hammond M P

LABOUR
60. Dear Kirk McIntyre
Thank you for your recent email message and attachments.
I will do all that I can to support and assist your Member of Parliament Mr Daniel Kawczynski.
Best wishes.
Yours sincerely
John
John McDonnell MP
Member of Parliament for Hayes & Harlington

TORY
61. Dear Mr McIntyre
Thank you for your email of 16 January
I am very sorry to learn of the abuse that you suffered and I am pleased that in recent years you have been able to access adequate support and help.
I am certainly happy to support my colleague Daniel Kawczynski and I will discuss this matter with him
With best wishes
Yours sincerely
Dominic Grieve MP

LIB DEM
62. Thank you for your email and I apologise for the slight delay in replying. First of all I am of course sorry that you have had to suffer this abuse and I congratulate you on overcoming your problems. I will of course do all I can as an MP to campaign for more resources to help sufferers of child sex abuse.
Good luck in the future.
Best wishes
Mike Hancock

TORY
63. Dear Mr McIntyre
I am very sorry to learn of your experiences in connection with the evil self publicist Jonathan King, who seems to be able to excuse away his perversions on the basis that people must have liked him, therefore willing.
Secondly I would like to say that I will speak immediately with Mr. Daniel Kawczynski MP and ask how I may be able to help in the pursuance of your concerns.
In conclusion, can I add that I will come back to you after talking with Daniel if appropriate? I am sure he is in regular contact with you at present.
Finally, my good wishes to you and your family for the future.
Yours sincerely
Brian Binley MP
Northampton South Constituency

TORY
64. Dear Mr McIntyre
Thank you for your recent email concerning your campaign for more resources to assist fellow survivors of childhood sexual abuse. I appreciate you raising this highly important issue with me.
I am pleased to learn that your Member of Parliament, Daniel Kawczynski, has been so responsive in taking up your concerns. It is my understanding that he is keen to hold a debate in Westminster Hall on the issue of resources for victims of childhood sexual abuse. I have asked to be informed by his office when the debate is scheduled and I will attend if possible.
I have recently been asked by David Cameron to chair the Conservative Party’s Social Justice Policy group, in addition to my responsibilities as Chairmen of the centre for social Justice. I am afraid that 5the specific issue of childhood sexual abuse is outside the remit of both groups. However if you would keep me informed of your work please do so through Cameron Watt at the Centre for social Justice, 1a Kenning ton Road, London SE1 7QP
The Rt Hon Iain Duncan Smith MP

LABOUR
65. Dear Kirk
Thank you very much for your recent email and you can have my assurance that I will support the Debate you have highlighted. I am very please that you are getting some help from your local MP as he obviously is your access to the work of Parliament
With all good wishes
Yours sincerely
Di Lightowler.
PP Mike Wood MP

LIB DEM
66. Dear Mr McIntyre
Childhood Sexual Abuse
Thank you for your email of 10th January and I apologise fro not being able to respond sooner, but it is strict Parliamentary convention that MPs only correspond with their own constituents.
However I am sure I can say that I have very considerable sympathy for you and the very many others who had had such horrendous experiences.
You can certainly be assured of my support in any debate which takes place in Parliament.
With kind regards.
Yours sincerely
Colin Breed

TORY
67. Dear Mr McIntyre
Thank you for your email dated 3rd January regarding survivors of childhood sexual abuse.
I was very sorry to learn of the very difficult time that you have had and quite understand your wish to see greater care and understanding offered to victims. I share your view that we must ensure that help is available to those who have suffered in this way and will certainly bear your comments in mind when in discussion with colleagues on matters relating to this.
With best wishes
Yours sincerely
Peter Ainsworth.

Kirk
"Lets take this bull by the horns and swing it about a bit" - Kirk


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#83289 - 02/12/06 09:38 PM Re: Debate at Westminster
Kirk Wayne Offline
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Hi there.

We were unsuccessful in having our debate drawn out of the ballot box yet again but it is being re-entered on February 24th and it will be continued to be re-entered untill such time we are successfull.

However we now have over seventy MP's on board and the replies keep coming in. I spoke with my MPs researcher last week and he said that Mr. Kawczynskis office had been inundated with letters from other constituncies. But we still need more, so if any of you Brit members of MaleSurvivor have as yet not sent an email, letter or even a phone call to your MP please consider doing so.

Your MP can be found here (all you need is your postcode)

http://www.theyworkforyou.com/

Cheers

Kirk
"Lets take this bull by the horns and swing it about a bit".


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