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Ms Lindis Percy

EDM number 2321 in 1992-93, proposed by Max Madden on 14/07/1993.

That this House applauds the courage and dedication of the peace campaigner Lindis Percy, of Bradford; believes her campaigning has exposed the obscenity of nuclear weapons and annoyed and inconvenienced the defence establishment; deplores her imprisonment at Low Newton Remand Centre, Durham; notes a judge ordered the release of Ms Percy at 2 a.m., on Saturday 10th July; and wishes Ms Percy well in her campaign for peace and justice.

This motion has been signed by a total of 24 MPs.

Max Madden14/07/1993Bradford WestProposed
Dennis Skinner15/07/1993BolsoverSigned
Jim Dowd15/07/1993Lewisham WestSigned
John Cummings15/07/1993EasingtonSigned
Bob Cryer15/07/1993Bradford SouthSigned
Eric Clarke15/07/1993MidlothianSigned
Michael Clapham15/07/1993Barnsley West & PenistoneSigned
Bill Michie15/07/1993Sheffield, HeeleySigned
Alan Meale15/07/1993MansfieldSigned
Alice Mahon15/07/1993HalifaxSigned
Ken Livingstone15/07/1993Brent EastSigned
Lynne Jones15/07/1993Birmingham, Selly OakSigned
Chris Mullin15/07/1993Sunderland SouthSigned
Frank Cook19/07/1993Stockton NorthSigned
Harry Barnes19/07/1993North East DerbyshireSigned
Eddie Loyden20/07/1993Liverpool, GarstonSigned
Paul Flynn20/07/1993Newport WestSigned
Terry Patchett21/07/1993Barnsley EastSigned
Martyn Jones21/07/1993Clwyd South WestSigned
Harry Cohen21/07/1993LeytonSigned
John Denham21/07/1993Southampton, ItchenSigned
Tommy Graham21/07/1993Renfrew West and InverclydeSigned
Jack Thompson21/07/1993WansbeckSigned
Bill Etherington27/07/1993Sunderland NorthSigned

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