Petition Committee meeting

I was on the radio this morning and in the afternoon and on TV news at night.  Also interviewed by the Scottish Daily Mail and should be in tomorrow.   The Petition Committee met and discussed our petition.  All in all, a good day thought the Committee members didn’t seem to be engaged with the issues.

From the BBC News website.

http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-40442178

Radio Scotland, 29/06/17, just before 8.00 a.m.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0074hf7/episodes/player

Newsdrive, Radio Scotland, 5.20 pm approximately

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0074hkd/episodes/player

Petition Committee meeting

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4 Responses to Petition Committee meeting

  1. Rae Paterson says:

    You are becoming a bit of a celebrity Fiona. I wish I could have heard you on the radio. I wonder if it is possible to hear it on line ?
    XXX

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  2. fhfrench says:

    Hi Rae. I have posted the links above. I am not sure if you can access overseas. For BBC TV you need to have a TV licence to access but I am not sure about Radio programmes. Thanks for keeping in touch and keeping tabs on my activities. xx

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  3. Rae Paterson says:

    I just heard you ! You did very well and I think the issue was dealt with sympathetically, which is the main thing.
    The internet is amazing !!!

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  4. fhfrench says:

    Thanks, Rae. Without the internet we would all be suffering in silence, alone, belittled by our doctors, thinking that somehow we were the problem. It is only by the power of the internet that patients can come together and this issue can no longer be hidden by the medical profession.

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