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Valerie Vaz MP for Walsall South is joining forces with Breast Cancer Campaign to raise awareness of its award winning fundraising event, wear it pink day, supported by Vanish.
On Friday 29 October 2010 supporters in schools, colleges and businesses throughout the country are encouraged to don an item of pink in support of Campaign and each
Valerie Vaz MP has backed Usdaw, in their call for respect for retail workers, after they released preliminary survey results that show over one million shopworkers were assaulted, threatened or verbally abused in the last twelve months.
The survey shows that in the past 12 months, 6% of shopworkers were subjected to violent attack, 37% were
On Wednesday 13th October, Valerie Vaz MP attended an event at the Houses of Parliament in support of CSV's "Make a Difference Day" with pop music mogul Pete Waterman.
Community Service Volunteers is the UK's leading volunteering and training charity, and seeks to build a society of healthy, enterprising and inclusive communities. Every year, CSV gives over 150,000 volunteers
Valerie raised the issue of the continued detention of the Burmese Democracy Movement leader, Aung San Sui Kyi at Prime Minister's Questions on 15th September 2010, urging the Government to make continued representations to set her free. Daw Aung San Sui Kyi remains under the house arrest she was placed in by the Burmese Military Junta.
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Valerie joined the debate on health issues at the Labour Party Conference in Manchester.
The party conference season at the end of September saw the Labour Party meeting in Manchester. An exciting week began with the declaration of the Labour Leadership election result.
The vegetables and flowers on show at Darlaston Town Hall were an impressive sight when Valerie visited the exhibition put on by the local allotment associations.
Valerie visited Chamberlin and Hill's local foundry in Chuckery on the 11th September during their annual open day. Dave Morgan and Gordon Stanley showed her round the foundry, explaining the production process and introducing her to members of staff as they worked. In fact, Gordon had only recently retired after a lifetime's service in the company,