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Below the vertical alphabtical list of MPs’ email address  is the same list prepared to go straight into an email.

MPs ‘ s email address
abbotd@parliament.uk
adamsg@parliament.uk
adamsn@parliament.uk
afriyiea@parliament.uk
ainsworthb@parliament.uk
aldousp@parliament.uk
alexanderd@parliament.uk
alexanderd@parliament.uk
alexandera@parliament.uk
alir@parliament.uk
alleng@parliament.uk
amessd@parliament.uk
andersond@parliament.uk
andrews@parliament.uk
arbuthnotj@parliament.uk
austini@parliament.uk
baconr@parliament.uk
bagshawel@parliament.uk
baileya@parliament.uk
bainw@parliament.uk
bakern@parliament.uk
bakers@parliament.uk
baldryt@parliament.uk
ballse@parliament.uk
banksg@parliament.uk
barclays@parliament.uk
barkerg@parliament.uk
barronj@parliament.uk
barwellg@parliament.uk
barclayh@parliament.uk
bebbg@parliament.uk
beckettm@parliament.uk
begga@parliament.uk
beitha@parliament.uk
bells@parliament.uk
bellinghamh@parliament.uk
bennh@parliament.uk
bentonj@parliament.uk
benyonr@parliament.uk
bercowj@parliament.uk
beresfordp@parliament.uk
bergerl@parliament.uk
berryj@parliament.uk
bettsc@parliament.uk
binghama@parliament.uk
binleyb@parliament.uk
birtwhistleg@parliament.uk
blackmanb@parliament.uk
blackman-woodsr@parliament.uk
blackwoodn@parliament.uk
blearsh@parliament.uk
blenkinsopt@parliament.uk
blomfieldp@parliament.uk
blunkettd@parliament.uk
bluntc@parliament.uk
bolesn@parliament.uk
bonep@parliament.uk
bottomleyp@parliament.uk
bradleyk@parliament.uk
bradshawb@parliament.uk
bradyg@parliament.uk
blaket@parliament.uk
braya@parliament.uk
brazierj@parliament.uk
brennank@parliament.uk
bridgena@parliament.uk
brines@parliament.uk
brockenshirej@parliament.uk
brookea@parliament.uk
brownn@parliament.uk
brownr@parliament.uk
browng@parliament.uk
brownl@parliament.uk
brownej@parliament.uk
brucem@parliament.uk
brucef@parliament.uk
bryantc@parliament.uk
buckk@parliament.uk
bucklandr@parliament.uk
burdenr@parliament.uk
burleya@parliament.uk
burnhama@parliament.uk
burnss@parliament.uk
burnsc@parliament.uk
burrowsd@parliament.uk
burstowp@parliament.uk
burtaa@parliament.uk
burtl@parliament.uk
bylesd@parliament.uk
byrnel@parliament.uk
cablev@parliament.uk
cairnsd@parliament.uk
cairnsa@parliament.uk
camerond@parliament.uk
campbellr@parliament.uk
campbella@parliament.uk
campbellm@parliament.uk
campbellg@parliament.uk
carmichaela@parliament.uk
carmichaeln@parliament.uk
carswelld@parliament.uk
cashw@parliament.uk
catonm@parliament.uk
chapmanj@parliament.uk
chishtir@parliament.uk
chopec@parliament.uk
clappisonj@parliament.uk
clarkg@parliament.uk
clarkk@parliament.uk
clarkek@parliament.uk
clarket@parliament.uk
cleggn@parliament.uk
clifton-browng@parliament.uk
clwyda@parliament.uk
coakerv@parliament.uk
coffeya@parliament.uk
coffeyt@parliament.uk
collinsd@parliament.uk
colvileo@parliament.uk
connartym@parliament.uk
coopery@parliament.uk
cooperre@parliament.uk
corbynj@parliament.uk
coxg@parliament.uk
crabbs@parliament.uk
crausbyd@parliament.uk
creaghm@parliament.uk
creasys@parliament.uk
crockartm@parliament.uk
croucht@parliament.uk
cruddasj@parliament.uk
cryerj@parliament.uk
cunninghamj@parliament.uk
cunninghamt@parliament.uk
curranm@parliament.uk
dakinn@parliament.uk
danczuks@parliament.uk
darlinga@parliament.uk
daveye@parliament.uk
davidw@parliament.uk
davidsona@parliament.uk
pikel@parliament.uk
daviesp@parliament.uk
glyndavies8@btinternet.com
davidd@parliament.uk
nick.debois@parliament.uk
gloria@gloria4mp.org
denhamj@parliament.uk
dinenagec@parliament.uk
djanoglyj@parliament.uk
dobbinj@parliament.uk
donsonf@parliament.uk
dochertyt@parliament.uk
doddsn@parliament.uk
dohertyp@parrliament.uk
donaldsonjm@parliament.uk
donohoeb@parliament.uk
doranf@parliament.uk
dorrells@parliament.uk
dorriesn@parliament.uk
dowdj@parliament.uk
doyleg@parliament.uk
draxr@parliament.uk
dromeyj@parliament.uk
duddridgej@parliament.uk
dugherm@parliament.uk
duncana@parliament.uk
Work & Pensions Secretary
dunnep@parliament.uk
durkanm@parliament.uk
eaglem@parliament.uk
eaglea@parliament.uk
edwardsj@parliament.uk
effordc@parliament.uk
elliotj@parliament.uk
ellism@parliament.uk
ellisonj@parliament.uk
ellmanm@parliament.uk
ellwoodt@parliament.uk
elphickec@parliament.uk
engeln@parliament.uk
estersonb@parliament.uk
eustice3g@parliament.uk
evansc@parliament.uk
evansc@parliament.uk
evansg@parliament.uk
evansj@parliament.uk
evennettd@parliament.uk
fabricantm@parliament.uk
fallonm@parliament.uk
farrellyp@parliament.uk
farront@parliament.uk
featherstonel@parliament.uk
fieldf@parliament.uk
fieldm@parliament.uk
fitzpatrickj@parliament.uk
flellor@parliament.uk
flintc@parliament.uk
flynnp@parliament.uk
fosterd@parliament.uk
fovarguey@parliament.uk
foxl@parliament.uk
francish@parliament.uk
francoism@parliament.uk
freemang@parliament.uk
freerm@parliament.uk
fullbrookl@parliament.uk
fullerr@parliament.uk
galer@parliament.uk
gapesm@parliament.uk
gardinerb@parliament.uk
garniere@parliament.uk
garnierm@parliament.uk
gauked@parliament.uk
georgea@parliament.uk
gobbn@parliament.uk
gilberts@parliament.uk
gildernew@parliament.uk
gillanc@parliament.uk
gilmores@parliament.uk
glassp@parliament.uk
glenj@parliament.uk
glindonm@parliament.uk
godsiffr@parliament.uk
gogginsp@parliament.uk
goldsmithz@parliament.uk
goodmanh@parliament.uk
goodwillr@parliament.uk
Education Secretary
grahamr@parliament.uk
granth@parliament.uk
grayj@parliament.uk
graylingc@parliament.uk
greatrixt@parliament.uk
greend@parliament.uk
greenk@parliament.uk
greeningj@parliament.uk
greenwoodl@parliament.uk
grieved@parliament.uk
griffithsn@parliament.uk
griffithsa@parliament.uk
gummerb@parliament.uk
gwynnea@parliament.uk
gyimahs@parliament.uk
Foreign Secretary
hainp@parliament.uk
halfonr@parliament.uk
hamesd@parliament.uk
hamiltonf@parliament.uk
hamiltond@parliament.uk
hammondp@parliament.uk
hammonds@parliament.uk
hancockm@parliament.uk
matthewhancock.mp@parliament.uk
handsg@parliament.uk
hansond@parliament.uk
harmanh@parliament.uk
harperm@parliament.uk
harringtonr@parliament.uk
harrist@parliament.uk
harrisr@parliament.uk
harts@parliament.uk
harveyn@parliament.uk
haselhursta@parliament.uk
havardd@parliament.uk
hayesd@parliament.uk
healdj@parliament.uk
healeyj@parliament.uk
heathd@parliament.uk
hemmingj@parliament.uk
hendersong@parliament.uk
hendrickm@parliament.uk
hendryc@parliament.uk
hepburns@parliament.uk
Minister for Justice
hermons@parliament.uk
heyesd@parliament.uk
hillingj@parliament.uk
hindsd@parliament.uk
Financial Secretary
hodgem@parliament.uk
hodgsonm@parliament.uk
hoeyk@parliament.uk
hollingberryg@parliament.uk
hollobonep@parliament.uk
hollowaya@parliament.uk
hoodj@parliament.uk
hopkinsk@parliament.uk
kris.hopkins@parliament.uk
horwoodm@parliament.uk
hosies@parliament.uk
hopkinsk@parliament.uk
kris.hopkins@parliament.uk
howellj@parliament.uk
hoylel@parliament.uk
hughess@parliament.uk
Local Govt Secretary
huntj@parliament.uk
huntt@parliament.uk
hunterm@parliament.uk
huppertj@parliament.uk
hurdn@parliament.uk
illsleye@parliament.uk
irrancadaviesh@parliament.uk
jacksong@parliament.uk
jacksons@parliament.uk
sianjames@parliament.uk
jamesm@parliament.uk
jamiesonm@parliament.uk
javids@parliament.uk
jenkinb@parliament.uk
johnsona@parliament.uk
johnsond@parliament.uk
johnsong@parliament.uk
johnsonj@parliament.uk
jonesh@parliament.uk
jonesk@parliament.uk
jonesd@parliament.uk
joness@parliament.uk
jonesa@parliament.uk
jonesg@parliament.uk
jonesm@parliament.uk
howellt@parliament.uk
joycee@parliament.uk
kaufmang@parliament.uk
kawczynskid@parliament.uk
keeleyb@paarliament.uk
keena@parliament.uk
kellyc@parliament.uk
kendalle@parliament.uk
kennedyc@parliament.uk
khans@parliament.uk
kirbys@parliament.uk
knightg@parliament.uk
kwasi.kwarteng.mp@parliament.uk
lainge@parliament.uk
lambn@parliament.uk
lammyd@parliament.uk
lancasterm@parliament.uk
Health Secretary
lathamp@parliament.uk
laveryi@parliament.uk
Ch.Sec Treasury
lazarowiczm@parliament.uk
leadsoma@parliament.uk
leep@parliament.uk
leej@parliament.uk
leechj@parliament.uk
lefroyj@parliament.uk
leighe@parliament.uk
charlotte.leslie.mp@parliament.uk
chris.leslie@parliament.uk
Cabinet Office Minister
lewisj@parliament.uk
lewisi@parliament.uk
lewisb@parliament.uk
liddelli@parliament.uk
lidingtond@parliament.uk
lilleyp@parliament.uk
lloydt@parliament.uk
lloyds@parliament.uk
llwyde@parliament.uk
longn@parliament.uk
loprestij@parliament.uk
lordj@parliament.uk
loughtont@parliament.uk
lovea@parliament.uk
lucasI@parliament.uk
lucasc@parliament.uk
luffp@parliament.uk
lumleyk@parliament.uk
macleodm@parliament.uk
macneila@parliament.uk
macshaned@parliament.uk
mactaggartf@parliament.uk
mahmoodk@parliament.uk
mahmoods@parliament.uk
maina@parliament.uk
mannj@parliament.uk
marsdeng@parliament.uk
Minister Cabinet Office
Home Secrerary
maynardp@parliament.uk
mccabes@parliament.uk
mccarthyk@parliament.uk
mccartney@parliament.uk
mccartneyk@parliament.uk
mcclymontg@parliament.uk
mccreaw@parliament.uk
mcdonaghs@parliament.uk
mcdonnellj@parliament.uk
mcdonnella@parliament.uk
mcfaddenp@parliament.uk
mcgoveryj@parliament.uk
mcgoverna@parliament.uk
mcguinessm@parliament.uk
mcguirea@parliament.uk
mckechina@parliament.uk
mckinnellc@parliament.uk
mcloughlinp@parliament.uk
mcpartlands@parliament.uk
mcvete@parliament.uk
meacherm@parliament.uk
mealea@parliament.uk
mearnsi@parliament.uk
menziesm@parliament.uk
mercerp@parliament.uk
metcalfs@parliament.uk
michaela@parliament.uk
milibandd@parliament.uk
milibande@parliament.uk
millera@parliament.uk
millerm@parliament.uk
millsn@parliament.uk
miltona@parliament.uk
mitchella@parliament.uk
In.Dev Secretary
moonm@parliament.uk
mordauntp@parliament.uk
mordenp@parliament.uk
morgann@parliament.uk
morriceg@parliament.uk
morrisg@parliament.uk
morrisj@parliament.uk
morrisa@parliament.uk
morrisd@parliament.uk
mosleys@parliament.uk
mowatd@parliament.uk
mudieg@parliament.uk
mulhollandg@parliament.uk
mundellg@parliament.uk
munnm@parliament.uk
muntt@parliament.uk
murphyp@parliament.uk
murphyj@parliament.uk
murphyc@parliament.uk
murrayi@parliament.uk
murrays@parliament.uk
murrisona@parliament.uk
nandyl@parliament.uk
nashp@parliament.uk
neillb@parliament.uk
newmarkb@parliament.uk
newtons@parlliament.uk
nokesc@parliament.uk
normanj@parliament.uk
nuttalld@parliament.uk
obriens@parliament.uk
fiona.odonnell@parliament.uk
offordm@parliament.uk
ollerenshawe@parliament.uk
onwurahc@parliament.uk
oppermang@parliament.uk
osbornes@parliament.uk
Chancellor
ottawayr@parliament.uk
owena@parliament.uk
Min.Environ,Food & Rural Aff
paisleyi@parliament.uk
parishn@parliament.uk
patelp@parliament.uk
patersono@parliament.uk
pawseym@parliament.uk
pearcet@parliament.uk
penningm@parliament.uk
penrosej@parliament.uk
percya@parliament.uk
perkinst@parliament.uk
perryc@parliament.uk
phillipss@parliament.uk
phillipsonb@parliament.uk
picklese@parliament.uk
pincherc@parliament.uk
poulterd@parliament.uk
pounds@parliament.uk
primarolod@parliament.uk
Minister for Business
pritchardm@parliament.uk
pughj@parliament.uk
qureshiy@parliament.uk
raabd@parliament.uk
randallj@parliament.uk
raynsfordn@parliament.uk
recklessm@parliament.uk
redwoodj@parliament.uk
reedj@parliament.uk
jacob.reesmogg@parliament.uk
reevells@parliament.uk
reevesr@parliament.uk
redida@parliament.uk
reynoldse@parliament.uk
teynoldsj@parliament.uk
rifkindm@parliament.uk
riordanl@parliament.uk
robathana@parliament.uk
ritchiem@parliament.uk
robertsonl@parliament.uk
robertsonj@parliament.uk
robertsonh@parliament.uk
robertsona@parliament.uk
robinsong@parliament.uk
rogersond@parliament.uk
rosindella@parliament.uk
rotherams@parliament.uk
royf@parliament.uk
royl@parliament.uk
ruanec@parliament.uk
rudda@parliament.uk
ruddocka@parliament.uk
ruffleyd@parliament.uk
russellb@parliament.uk
rutleyd@parliament.uk
sandersa@parliament.uk
sandysl@parliament.uk
sarwara@parliament.uk
scottl@parliament.uk
seabecka@parliament.uk
selousa@parliament.uk
shannonj@parliament.uk
shappsg@parliament.uk
sharmav@parliament.uk
sharmaa@parliament.uk
sheermanb@parliament.uk
shelbrookea@parliament.uk
shepherdr@parliament.uk
sheridanj@parliament.uk
shukerg@parliament.uk
simmondsm@parliament.uk
simpsonk@parliament.uk
simpsond@parliament.uk
singhm@parliament.uk
skidmorec@parliament.uk
skinnerd@parliament.uk
skinnera@parliament.uk
smitha@parliament.uk
smithr@parliament.uk
smitha@parliament.uk
smithc@parliament.uk
smithn@parliament.uk
smithh@parliament.uk
smitho@parliament.uk
smithj@parliament.uk
soamesn@parliament.uk
soubrya@parliament.uk
soulsbyp@parliament.uk
spellarj@parliament.uk
Environment Secretary
spencerm@parliament.uk
stanleyj@parliament.uk
stephensona@parliament.uk
stevensonj@parliament.uk
stewartb@parliament.uk
stewarti@parliament.uk
stewartr@parliament.uk
strawj@parliament.uk
streeterg@parliament.uk
stridem@parliament.uk
stringerg@parliament.uk
stuartg@parliament.uk
stuartgc@parliament.uk
stunella@parliament.uk
sturdyj@parliament.uk
sutcliffeg@parliament.uk
swalesa@parliament.uk
swayned@parliament.uk
swinsonj@parliament.uk
swireh@parliament.uk
symsr@parliament.uk
tamim@parliament.uk
tapsellp@parliament.uk
Minister for Education
thomasg@parliament.uk
thornberrye@parliament.uk
thursoj@parliament.uk
timmss@parliament.uk
timsone@parliament.uk
tomlinsonj@parliament.uk
tredinnickd@parliament.uk
trickettj@parliament.uk
trusse@parliament.uk
turnera@parliament.uk
turnerk@parliament.uk
twiggd@parliament.uk
twiggs@parliament.uk
tyriea@parliament.uk
umunnac@parliament.uk
uppalp@parliament.uk
vaizeye@parliament.uk
varas@parliament.uk
vazk@parliament.uk
vickersm@parliament.uk
Minister of Transport
walkerc@parliament.uk
walkerr@parliament.uk
wqallaceb@parliament.uk
walleyj@parliament.uk
walterr@parliament.uk
wardd@parliament.uk
watkinsona@parliament.uk
watsont@parliament.uk
wattsd@parliament.uk
weatherley@parliament.uk
webbs@parliament.uk
weirm@parliament.uk
whartonj@parliament.uk
wheelerh@parliament.uk
whitec@parliament.uk
whiteforde@parliament.uk
whiteheada@parliament.uk
whittakerc@parliament.uk
whittingdalej@parliament.uk
wicksm@parliament.uk
wigginb@parliament.uk
Ministef for Universities
williamsr@parliament.uk
williamsh@parliament.uk
williamss@parliament.uk
williamsm@parliament.uk
williamsonc@parliament.uk
williamsong@parliament.uk
willottj@parliament.uk
wilsonr@parliament.uk
wilsons@parliament.uk
wilsonp@parliament.uk
winnickd@parliament.uk
wintertonr@parliament.uk
wishartp@parliament.uk
wollastons@parliament.uk
woodm@parliamet.uk
woodcockj@parliament.uk
woodwards@parliament.uk
woolasp@parliament.uk
wrightd@parliamentuk
wrighti@parliament.uk
wrightj@parliament.uk
wrights@parliament.uk
yeot@parliament.uk
youngg@parliament.uk
zahawin@parliament.uk

If you want to email  all the MPs listed at the same time  or large numbers of them just copy and paste the  list  below or part of it  into an email:

abbotd@parliament.uk, adamsg@parliament.uk, adamsn@parliament.uk, afriyiea@parliament.uk, ainsworthb@parliament.uk, aldousp@parliament.uk, alexanderd@parliament.uk, alexandera@parliament.uk, alir@parliament.uk, alleng@parliament.uk, amessd@parliament.uk, andersond@parliament.uk, andrews@parliament.uk, arbuthnotj@parliament.uk, austini@parliament.uk, baconr@parliament.uk, bagshawel@parliament.uk, baileya@parliament.uk, bainw@parliament.uk, bakern@parliament.uk, bakers@parliament.uk, baldryt@parliament.ukballse@parliament.uk, banksg@parliament.uk, barclays@parliament.uk, barkerg@parliament.uk, barronj@parliament.uk, barwellg@parliament.uk, barclayh@parliament.uk, bebbg@parliament.uk, beckettm@parliament.uk, begga@parliament.uk, beitha@parliament.uk, bells@parliament.uk, bellinghamh@parliament.uk, bennh@parliament.uk, bentonj@parliament.uk, benyonr@parliament.uk, bercowj@parliament.uk, beresfordp@parliament.uk, bergerl@parliament.uk, berryj@parliament.uk, bettsc@parliament.uk, binghama@parliament.uk, binleyb@parliament.uk, birtwhistleg@parliament.uk, blackmanb@parliament.uk, blackman-woodsr@parliament.uk, blackwoodn@parliament.uk, blearsh@parliament.uk, blenkinsopt@parliament.uk, blomfieldp@parliament.uk, blunkettd@parliament.uk, bluntc@parliament.uk, bolesn@parliament.uk, bonep@parliament.uk, bottomleyp@parliament.uk, bradleyk@parliament.uk, bradshawb@parliament.uk, bradyg@parliament.uk, blaket@parliament.uk, braya@parliament.uk, brazierj@parliament.uk, brennank@parliament.uk, bridgena@parliament.uk, brines@parliament.uk, brockenshirej@parliament.uk, brookea@parliament.uk, brownn@parliament.uk, brownr@parliament.uk, browng@parliament.uk, brownl@parliament.uk, brownej@parliament.uk, brucem@parliament.uk, brucef@parliament.uk, bryantc@parliament.uk, buckk@parliament.uk, bucklandr@parliament.uk, burdenr@parliament.uk, burleya@parliament.uk, burnhama@parliament.uk, burnss@parliament.uk, burnsc@parliament.uk, burrowsd@parliament.uk, burstowp@parliament.uk, 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  • Hannah Baldwin  On June 27, 2011 at 1:24 pm

    Please remove my e-mail address form this website as I am not an MP.
    Thank you.
    “baldwinh@parliament.uk”

  • Robert Henderson  On June 27, 2011 at 2:32 pm

    Hannah Baldwin – I have removed you from the list. My apologies for any inconvenience.

    • H Baldwin  On October 25, 2012 at 10:52 am

      Thank you Robert – but you need to remove me from the second list too.

      • H Baldwin  On November 1, 2012 at 10:01 am

        Robert, You have still not removed my name from the second list towards the bottom of this page after I requested you to do so over a week ago. I am still recieving e-mails intended for MPs. Could you please remove my name from all lists as a matter of urgency?

      • Robert Henderson  On November 1, 2012 at 10:44 am

        Sorry again. I have removed it now.

    • michael mccann  On November 6, 2012 at 8:57 am

      As requested previously please also remove my name as I am not an MP either I am an engineer mccannm@parliament.uk thank you

      • Robert Henderson  On November 6, 2012 at 12:10 pm

        Sorry. I forgot it was on both lsist. It is off now,. Regards RH

        Wantyour politics with the cant taken out?Then try my blogs: http://www.livinginamadhouse.wordpress.com/ http://www.englandcalling.wordpress.com/ http://www.ukcmri.wordpress.com/ Twitter RH156 and Facebook

  • Jimmy Deuchars  On August 10, 2011 at 9:29 am

    Press release. Immediate

    Don’t blame parents!!! Blame the government for the inhuman treatment of children in the care system, The University of Crime. Children need their families.

    The government are trying to pass the buck for the criminal riots onto parents. What a cheek and insult to the millions of parents. It is well known that children removed from their family by social services and brought up in the care system are non achievers, disrespectful, unmanageable, and have no respect for anyone. They are the mainstream of the gangs that roam our streets looking for that family feeling they were robbed of when they were cruelly separated from their family.

    The government do not even try to keep children with their families. Snatch, groom them and adopt to the first people who fancy adopting a child. Grandparents have been campaigning for years to be taken seriously in caring for their grandchildren rather than the care system but the government turn a blind eye to them and tell them you have no rights. We don’t need to talk to you. Grandparents have won the Charter for Grandchildren from the Scottish government and if made mandatory for professionals in the care system would ensure millions of children would be placed with their grandparents if that is in their best interest rather than social services.

    The British family is being destroyed by government policies which are based only on cost at present but this passes the problem and even more cost onto future authorities when the children are adults and committing crimes on society.

    Ends

    Jimmy Deuchars
    Grandparents Apart UK
    22 Alness crescent
    Glasgow G52 1PJ
    0141 882 5658

    http://www.grandparentsapart.co.uk

  • Jimmy Deuchars  On August 17, 2011 at 5:35 pm

    What is the reason there are absent fathers? Ans:-The one sided justice laws that recognise only one parent. Woman’s Aid is famous for alienating fathers & grandparents even when they have done no wrong. The hardcore of gangs are the product of the inhuman treatment that children undergo in the care system. They cannot form normal relation ships because they don’t know how. You cannot destroy a child’s life then expect them to grow up to be noble law abiding citizens when it suits.

    http://www.cypnow.co.uk/Education/article/1084793/riots-blamed-absent-fathers-poor-school-discipline/?DCMP=EMC-CONInCare

    Riots blamed on absent fathers and poor school discipline
    By Janaki Mahadevan Monday, 15 August 2011

    Prime Minister David Cameron has blamed the “moral collapse” that saw parts of the country hit by looting and rioting on children without fathers and schools without discipline.

    The government will review all policies in light of the riots. Image: Crown Copyright
    Cameron said ministers will review every government policy to consider whether they are likely to deliver effective societal changes in response to the riots that escalated across England last week.
    He described the violent scenes that spread across the country as the result of a “slow-motion moral collapse” and said “children without fathers, schools without discipline and reward without effort” is to blame.
    “Over the next few weeks, I and ministers from across the coalition government will review every aspect of our work to mend our broken society,” he said.

    Among the areas listed in his speech were policies on schools, welfare, families, parenting, addiction and communities, as well as what Cameron described as the “misrepresenting of human rights that has undermined personal responsibility”.
    On parenting, Cameron reiterated the government’s commitment to turn around the lives of the 120,000 most troubled families in the country, but said the current programme tackling this problem must be expanded and accelerated.
    “I don’t doubt that many of the rioters out last week have no father at home,” he said. “Perhaps they come from one of the neighbourhoods where it is normal for young men to grow up without a male role model, looking to the street for their father figures. So if we want to have any hope of mending our broken society, family and parenting is where we’ve got to start.”
    On the coalition’s schools policy Cameron asked whether enough was being done to ensure academies and free schools are opened in the poorest areas.
    He also cited Woodside High in Tottenham and Mossbourne in Hackney as examples of schools that “foster pride through strict uniforms and behaviour policies”.
    Cameron said that on top of the Welfare Reform Bill currently going through parliament he wanted to see tougher conditions for those who are out of work and receiving benefits and help to get more young people into work.
    The Prime Minster added that he would put a renewed effort into making the National Citizen Service pilot programme a national scheme available to all 16-year-olds.
    But in a speech at his former school in Chalk Farm, leader of the Labour Party Ed Miliband criticised Cameron for “reaching for shallow and superficial answers”.
    He said: “After every major disturbance, from Brixton to Oldham, we have had a commission to look at the causes. We must have one this time; not a review of government policy, conducted by civil servants in Whitehall. We need an answer which comes from the people themselves.
    “The people leading this inquiry must include young people, those with experience of being in gangs, people across the community.”

  • Jimmy Deuchars  On September 16, 2011 at 5:00 pm

    Psychologists warn of growing use of psychotropic drugs on children
    By Lauren Higgs Thursday, 15 September 2011
    I am truly amazed at the government saying we could fund more adults to be available to work directly with children. We have an army of willing grandparents wanting to help children but the government is definitely turning a blind eye to that fact and rather than use grandparents they talk about drugging our children into submission and also changing the way mental illness is diagnosed. The “Best interests of the Child” saying came from Nazi Germany are we now in danger of adopting their methods as well?

    Why ? What are they afraid of in making grandparents relevant in children’s lives? We have agreed with the government that we don’t need automatic legal rights as that would not work but on the governments suggestion we agreed on a Charter for Grandchildren and helped in its creation. The idea was the children should have the right to have grandparents in their lives if there was no reason otherwise. And government organisations should look more closely at the role grandparents can play in their grandchildren’s lives it has not been as effective as it should be because of lack of legislation.

    Now after recognising the needs for a charter and going to all the bother of creating it social services now maintain what is contained in it is already enshrined in law.

    If that particular legislation had been heeded there would be no need for change, it has been ignored so much and forgotten that there is a cry for it to be revised and focussed on the real best interests in protecting our children. Especially from the governments own organisations.

    One person wielding all the power over who has contact with children is causing children to be used as weapons and blackmail. In some cases one mother had a child to three fathers and charged them £150.00p per week to have contact while still collecting benefits. One granny is paying all the rent and costs for her daughter-in law’s flat just to be able to see the child and the mother is still collecting benefits. It is very common that grandparents are paying in one way or another for contact with their grandchildren.

    We at Grandparents Apart UK would like an explanation as to why grandparents are regarded as sub human species shunned by every government department regarding their grandchildren. Are our children now to be snatched, groomed, force adopted and drugged into submission. This will create even more gangs in the future with non achievers and unmanageable children. Quick fixes are no good we must treat our children with the respect that grandparents can give.

  • Jimmy Deuchars  On November 4, 2011 at 7:14 pm

    Grandparents (Access Rights) Bill 2010-11 England

    Looks like the English are copying us like the 2005 Charter for Grandchildren. It started off as a Grandparents Charter changing it to the Charter for Grandchildren. We don’t mind as long as it does the job.

    Motion for leave to introduce a Bill (Standing Order No. 23)
    4.33 pm

    Andrew Percy (Brigg and Goole) (Con): I beg to move,
    That leave be given to bring in a Bill to give grandparents rights of access to their grandchildren in certain circumstances; and for connected purposes.
    Although this might be entitled the Grandparents (Access Rights) Bill, it could just as easily be renamed the grandchildren’s rights Bill. If the Bill progresses, it will increase the rights of grandchildren to access their grandparents

  • Jimmy Deuchars. Grandparents Apart UK.  On December 15, 2011 at 12:33 pm

    Newsletter, Demo of all Demos.

    What a day. I must consider this demo to be the most informative demo we have ever had. Tourists were agog and locals lapped us up. Media attention was magic.

    New Fathers for Justice, Family Needs Fathers, Grandparents Apart UK. We had a ball. Lots of Santa’s gathered at the Scottish Parliament with only one thing on their mind is their children who they sadly are refused contact with for no real reason. All because of the unjust one sided family laws of this land. We ran out of leaflets as people were asking for them all the way.

    The demo was very peaceful and we can’t thank the Parly Polis enough who went out of their way to make sure we got a strict but fair march.

    We walked up the royal mile and stopped against the wall opposite the City Chambers so as to not interfere with the soldiers who were marching past.

    One old guy looking the worst for wear dressed in a shabby black coat hair down his back came up to us and said he was from the council and would we move on as he didn’t think it was appropriate for us to be there. Some of our members are soldiers and we couldn’t be more proud of them like they were our own sons. We kept a low profile and applauded them like the heroes they all are.

    Onwards to the courts for a show then down Princes Street making friends all the way. Margaret and I left them as we could not stand the bitter cold any longer.

    Government departments to legally accept dads and grandparents by accepting:-

    1. Shared Parenting to be the norm in the UK.
    2. The Charter for Grandchildren to be made mandatory.
    3. Stop Woman’s aAid and Social services alienating innocent Dad’s and
    Grandparents.

    New Fathers for Justice, Family Needs Fathers, Grandparents Apart UK.
    Ends.

    I cannot blame you for being despondent about the way grandparents are treated by the government but think about it a few years ago the governments did not even consider grandparents as human beings capable of thinking for themselves or even raising their voice about wanting to see their loved ones. Now they know we are there!! We must gather our resolve to fight for our rights as grandparents and to demand the respect that we deserve.

    The Tory’s con for votes before the election that they were giving sweeping new rights for grandparents was rubbish which we blew out of the water as a scam.

    Then David Norgrove’s ramblings about dads and grandparents being beaten once again.
    People need to know and expose what we are up against.

    1, Shared parenting to be the norm in the UK.

    When a parents fall out for whatever reason, why then should the mother have an automatic right to say whether the dad sees the kids or not. The kids are seldom considered here only the desires of the mother appear to be important. Not every one parent is an expert and can and do make mistakes in bringing up children So two caring parents will be better for the children.

    2, The Charter for Grandchildren to be made legal.

    The Charter for Grandchildren was created by a Scottish Government in response to evidence of the need for it. Grandparents were being ignored and alienated by professionals like social services and Woman’s Aid and children are being taken into care when it would have been better for them to stay with their grandparents or a family member.

    It is well known children from the care system are more likely to grow up bitter and resentful about being removed from their family and become unmanageable and join gangs. They are often non achievers incapable of getting or keeping a job. (Like Eastenders Billy Mitchell and partner and their granddaughter who are perfectly well portrayed as a dysfunctional family that has been through the care system)

    The Charter for Grandchildren was designed for professionals to look more closely at the role grandparents could play in a child’s life but as advisory the spirit of it is not being entered into it and needs to be made mandatory.

    3, Stop Woman’s Aid and Social services alienating innocent Dad’s and
    Grandparents.

    Erin Pizzey:- Founder of Woman’s Aid. Who is disgusted by the way Woman’s Aid are working
    “That to separate children from a much loved parent without any serious evidence is akin to abuse of that child,”

    Woman’s Aid is funded by the government and their speciality is to protect women from domestic abuse. It was founded for battered women which we all agree to but it appears they have taken it upon themselves to alienate even innocent dads and grandparents from a child’s life. Women callers are apparently advised to say they have been assaulted by their husband for better effect.
    A child has no choice in this and it is not in a child’s best interest to be separated from dads and grandparents at a whim.

    Grandmothers! There is an element among women who specialise in stopping you seeing your grandchildren even if you have done no wrong. Can you believe another woman would do that? This needs to be known because grandparents and the children are innocent victims of certain women whom the government allow to manipulate the law for their selfish means.

    Jimmy Deuchars
    Grandparents Apart UK
    22 Alness crescent
    Glasgow G52 1PJ
    0141 882 5658

    http://www.grandparentsapart.co.uk

    http://jdeuchars.blogspot.com/2011/12/very-peaceful-demo-yesterday-1st.html Go to for pictures.

  • Garry Cullenj  On May 14, 2012 at 11:12 am

    can you let me know how up-to-date the list of MPs email addresses is?

  • michael mccann  On October 26, 2012 at 6:59 am

    Please note I am not an MP but a maintenance engineer at Parliament, please remove !!!!

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