ME Debate in Parliament

Trial By Error: Steve Brine’s Troubling Claim In Parliamentary Debate On ME

David Tuller

By David Tuller, DrPH During last Thursday’s historic debate on ME in the House of Commons, it was refreshing to watch one MP after another stand up and slam the PACE trial and the non-evidence-based treatment paradigm promoted for decades by the GET/CBT ideological brigades. It was also interesting to note that no one defended this egregious […]

ME Debate In Parliament – Thursday 24th Of January 2019

Parliament

  Today is a huge day for those of us dealing with ME.  Carol Monaghan MP will be making our case for improved medical education and research funding in this illness.   Although these figures are now probably out of date and on the low side, it’s estimated that there are 250,000 in the UK, […]

A Watershed Moment Is Happening For Millions Of Missing People

Parliament

By Steve Topple in The Canary.   There will soon be a watershed moment for millions of chronically ill disabled people. Because what one MP described as a “medical scandal” will now face a full parliamentary debate. To read the rest of this story, click on the link below:   Link to ME story

Westminster Hall Debate On The PACE Trial And Its Effects On People With ME: An Analysis Of The Response From Caroline Dinenage MP, Minster Of State For Care

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  By Robert Saunders in #MEAction.   On the 20 February 2018 a debate was held in the Palace of Westminster (UK) on the PACE trial and its effects on people with ME. (See #MEAction summary.) Carol Monaghan MP, who secured the debate, raised many valid and important concerns, as did several MPs who intervened during […]

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