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Account created 26-01-2010 10:42:16
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TweetDeck : As we've been banging on about it all week you probably know that there'll be a debate in Parliament next week on standing at football - spend 5 mins making sure your MP is up-to-speed on the arguments. Here's how:

TweetDeck : If you're looking for ways to avoid that next work email, how about spending five minutes lobbying your MP to back our standing campaign:

TweetDeck : Interesting point about the protests to allow women in to Iranian Football stadiums, which weve been seeing at the World Cup. Even though theres a ban on political banners, FIFA approved them because it was a social appeal as opposed to a political slogan.

TweetDeck : MPs set to debate standing on Monday - don't forget to contact yours and let them know your support for the campaign!…

TweetDeck : Don't forget to let your MP know your support for standing ahead of Monday's Parliamentary debate. Keep it polite and let them know your experiences. MP contacts:…

TweetDeck : “Why does the quality of the football make a difference?”

Pete Daykin of The FSF on Stand Up For Choice and the standing debate, which is going to UK Parliament next week >>

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TweetDeck : Mines sent. Make sure all of you in favour of safe standing complete what should hopefully be the last step...…

TweetDeck : Matthew Cook EFL Sky Bet League One It's a proposal for limited standing areas in grounds where clubs and fans agree they are wanted. Seated areas would still exist and outnumber standing spaces comfortably. There's no reason both spaces can't be provided.

TweetDeck : Last night was another couple of steps forward on the long road ahead. The positive publicity around events like last night's demonstrates that love is stronger than hate.
Thanks Simon Hughes for your kind words…

iPhone : charles coker Who's that, out of interest? Their "solution" is an interesting one - ignore what fans & clubs want and instead instigate a crackdown which no-one wants and will only increase tension at football. Maybe stewards could charge into Parliament when MPs stand and drag a few out!