Register your interest for lobbying with Brain Tumour Research
The Brain Tumour All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) was established on 11th July 2005 by the Rt Hon. John Bercow, MP for Buckingham, Speaker of the House of Commons and Patron of Brain Tumour Research. The group consists of MPs representing different political parties and the House of Lords.
The aims of the Brain Tumour All Party Parliamentary Group are:
“To raise awareness of the issues facing the brain tumour community and to increase funding to improve education, information, specialisation, support and research”
Members of the group attend our parliamentary awareness raising events and meet three times a year to discuss relevant topics and raise issues in the House of Commons through Parliamentary Questions and/or Debates and/or Early Day Motions.
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