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Epilepsy – focus of UK parliament debate

20 Nov 2012

Baroness fordLast night there was a short debate in the Houses of Parliament on epilepsy and neurology.

It took place in the Main Chamber of the House of Lords, allowing Lords, Ladies and Peers to discuss improving health and social care services for people with epilepsy.

The debate was proposed, and was be opened, by Epilepsy Action’s President Baroness Ford of Cunninghame.

The exact title of the debate was: “Baroness Ford to ask Her Majesty’s Government what progress has been made in improving neurological services, and in particular the provision of epilepsy services, in the United Kingdom.”

You can watch the debate on the parliament.uk website.

For more information on how Epilepsy Action campaigns for change, contact pscott@epilepsy.org.uk

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