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Liberty and lobbying

Looking forward to an important event in London two weeks today.

On Wednesday November 25, from 6.15-8.15pm, Conservatives for Liberty (CfL) are organising a lobby evening at the House of Commons.

Speakers will address a number of freedom of choice issues including smoking, eating, drinking and vaping.

MPs will pop in and out and guests will be able to discuss and ask questions about tobacco, sugar, alcohol and e-cigarettes.

CfL chairman Emily Barley – who has been an active supporter of our campaigns against plain packaging and public smoking bans – says the aim is to show MPs that these are not fringe issues.

To attend you must register in advance. Email Stephen Hoffman, CfL's Parliamentary liaison officer, at Numbers are limited so RSVP without delay.

I'll be there. I hope you will too.

Further reading: Forgive us our trespasses: The moral case
for choice and responsibility

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Off subject, I know, but that is a beautiful photograph!

Thursday, November 12, 2015 at 15:26 | Unregistered CommenterBob

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