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If only brain tumour research could be funded in the same way as leukaemia and other cancers

MPs gather outside the Palace of Westminster to urge support for Wear A Hat Day

Monday 26th March saw John Bercow, Speaker of the House of Commons and James Arbuthnot, Chair of the brain tumour All Party Parliamentary Group joined by MPs: Andrew Selous – S W Beds, Anna Soubry – Broxtowe, Nottingham, Andrew Jones – Harrogate & Knaresborough, Peter Aldous – Waveney, Caroline Dinenage – Gosport,  Matthew Offord – Hendon, Julian Brazier – Canterbury, Grahame Morris – Easington and Nigel Adams – Selby & Ainsty outside the Palace of Westminster to take part in a photo call in support of Wear A Hat Day and to raise awareness of the prevalence of brain tumours and the desperate need for funding for research, and the generous support of businesses, schools and clubs throughout the UK. 

Pictured here from left to right – Andrew Selous, Nigel Adams, Matthew Offord, Caroline Dinenage, Andrew Jones, Anna Soubry and Julian Brazier.

All have either personal experiences of someone diagnosed with a brain tumour or have been influenced by their constituent, representing Brain Tumour Research member charities, Umbrella Groups and Supporters across the UK.  Many others pledged their support but were not able to join the photo.

See what Anna Soubry, Peter Aldous, Nigel Adams, James Arbuthnot and Matthew Offord had to say about their reason for getting involved and why they think you should too: http://www.youtube.com/braintumourresearch

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