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DEFCOM OPEN FOR SUBMISSIONS BY EMAIL, FAX & LETTER

#1
I have just spoken to the Secretary of the Defence Committee (0950 hours 3 July, 2007)
and
We are happy to receive individual representations by email, in writing and by fax - it is only the web forum that is closed
... so the campaign goes on -

The questions are:
1. What are your views of the way medical care for the Armed Forces is delivered?

2. What is your experience of medical care for Service personnel at home and abroad?

3. What do you think of the care provided for Service personnel injured on operations?
SEND IN YOU LETTERS, FAXES AND EMAILS


Fax 020 7219 6952

E-Mail
defcom@parliament.uk (subject: DefCom Inquiry into Medical Care for the Armed Forces)

write to:
Defence Committee
(Re: Medical Care for the Armed Forces)
House of Commons
London SW1A OAA

There is a free fax facility here
 
#4
HERE

Medical Care for the Armed Forces
The Medical Care for the Armed Forces eConsultation is now closed, but we expect to open it again in the Autumn. Meanwhile, if you would like to send in written evidence to the inquiry, please send it to our e-mail or postal address. Information can be received at contacts.
The transcripts of the two oral evidence sessions held so far in this inquiry, and some of the written evidence received, are available at transcripts / memoranda.
Until the e-consultation is restarted in Autumn, submissions can be made as per posting 1 above.
 
#5
rockape34 said:
I have just spoken to the Secretary of the Defence Committee (0950 hours 3 July, 2007)
and
We are happy to receive individual representations by email, in writing and by fax - it is only the web forum that is closed
... so the campaign goes on -

The questions are:
1. What are your views of the way medical care for the Armed Forces is delivered?

2. What is your experience of medical care for Service personnel at home and abroad?

3. What do you think of the care provided for Service personnel injured on operations?
SEND IN YOU LETTERS, FAXES AND EMAILS


Fax 020 7219 6952

E-Mail
defcom@parliament.uk (subject: DefCom Inquiry into Medical Care for the Armed Forces)

write to:
Defence Committee
(Re: Medical Care for the Armed Forces)
House of Commons
London SW1A OAA

There is a free fax facility here
 
#6
rockape34 said:

Please note free fax facility at bottom of missive

... the campaign goes on -

The questions are:

1. What are your views of the way medical care for the Armed Forces is delivered?

2. What is your experience of medical care for Service personnel at home and abroad?

3. What do you think of the care provided for Service personnel injured on operations?
SEND IN YOU LETTERS, FAXES AND EMAILS


Fax 020 7219 6952

E-Mail
defcom@parliament.uk (subject: DefCom Inquiry into Medical Care for the Armed Forces)

write to:
Defence Committee
(Re: Medical Care for the Armed Forces)
House of Commons
London SW1A OAA

There is a free fax facility here
 
#9
rockape34 said:
rockape34 said:

Please note free fax facility at bottom of missive

... the campaign goes on -

The questions are:

1. What are your views of the way medical care for the Armed Forces is delivered?

2. What is your experience of medical care for Service personnel at home and abroad?

3. What do you think of the care provided for Service personnel injured on operations?
SEND IN YOU LETTERS, FAXES AND EMAILS


Fax 020 7219 6952

E-Mail
defcom@parliament.uk (subject: DefCom Inquiry into Medical Care for the Armed Forces)

write to:
Defence Committee
(Re: Medical Care for the Armed Forces)
House of Commons
London SW1A OAA

There is a free fax facility here
 
#12

Please note free fax facility at bottom of missive

... the campaign goes on -

The questions are:

1. What are your views of the way medical care for the Armed Forces is delivered?

2. What is your experience of medical care for Service personnel at home and abroad?

3. What do you think of the care provided for Service personnel injured on operations?
SEND IN YOU LETTERS, FAXES AND EMAILS


Fax 020 7219 6952

E-Mail
defcom@parliament.uk (subject: DefCom Inquiry into Medical Care for the Armed Forces)

write to:
Defence Committee
(Re: Medical Care for the Armed Forces)
House of Commons
London SW1A OAA

There is a free fax facility here
 

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