MPs back our campaign above 99% of all parliamentary motions

MPs back our campaign above 99% of all parliamentary motions

With 160 MP signatures, our Early Day Motion (EDM 475) calling for safer medicines was among the most-signed 1% of over 3,000 EDMs in the 2010-12 session of parliament.

This was the 3rd time our EDM had been in the top 1% – previous motions in 2005-06 and 2008-09 attracted 250 and 243 signatures, respectively. Clearly, there is phenomenal parliamentary support for the modernisation of drug safety testing that we are calling for.

Thank you so much to all of you who contacted your MPs – you really made a difference.

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