Mesothelioma Action Day 2015

The Dali Lama Made Me Write ThisStrange But True​ You may wonder what has the Dalai Lama got to do with Mesothelioma.  I was watching telly with my Wife and the Dalai Lama was being interviewed by Emily Maitlis.  One of the questions he was asked was “Did he believe that his blessing Bradford City […]

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Mesothelioma Action Day 3 July 2015

00 Days 17 Hours 01 Minutes 51 Seconds If the timer says 00 You’ll have to wait another year! The Fight Goes On Mesothelioma Action Day is on July 3rd Banned But Not Gone: all asbestos causes cancer                         BELOW ARE DETAILS OF OUR ACTION DAY                   The London Hazards Centre is hosting an event at which we […]

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Fire service cutbacks increase risks

Just how dangerous things are getting when it comes to being able to call on the fire and rescue service for help in an emergency has been highlighted in a report by the Local Government Association (LGA). The LGA, which represents all the fire and rescue services in England and Wales, has mapped the impact […]

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HOPE and Mesothelioma can stand side by side

Friday 5th July 2013: report by John Gray, Councillor for West Ham ward, Newham Borough, London. In the court yard people had gathered to mark the release of white doves as”tributes of love and embrace” to the relatives of all those who have died from asbestos related diseases. I was asked by London Hazards as a […]

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The history bit: Stratford Old Town Hall

Stratford Old Town Hall This Grade II listed building was designed by Lewis Angell and John Giles and completed in 1869.   It is the place where, on 4th July 1892, the votes were counted and Kier Hardy became one of the first socialist MPs in the UK parliament.   Standing as an independent labour […]

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Action Mesothelioma Day Friday 5th July

London Commemoration Service for all those who have died from asbestos 12: 30 mid day, Stratford Old Town Hall, Newham. See our leaflet LONDON AMD 2013   “Standing as one, for those we remember, and those who suffer Broadening the knowledge, asbestos more than man is tougher As tears fall like raindrops our symbols of hope are […]

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Mesothelioma: the British disease

By the end of 2013 more than 60,000 people in the UK will have died from asbestos-related diseases this century.  Mesothelioma deaths have risen since 2000, with 2,347 deaths reported in 2010. Worse is to come DWP expects roughly 28,000 deaths from mesothelioma between July 2012 and March 2024. Mesothelioma: the British disease.  by Laurie […]

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