We’ve just published this (video, 5:18:39). In the video description box we’ve provided links to contributions from Philip Davies and Peter Gibson (C, Darlington). Peter is the only male MP on the Women & Equality Committee, and was elected for the first time at the last general election. There’s also a link to our PDF which details all the speakers and the times at which they started speaking.
The Bill’s guidance notes has Parental Alienation as a form of coercive control. Philip Davies proposed an amendment to this effect, but the issue being in the guidance notes is the next best thing, kudos to Philip. When the Bill passes into law, individuals could (for the first time) have former partners charged with the offence. We hope many parents denied access to their children by vindictive ex-partners will take the opportunity to do so.
Our last general election manifesto is here.
If everyone who read this gave us £5.00 – or even better, £5.00 or more, monthly – we could change the world. £5.00 monthly would entitle you to Bronze party membership, details here. Benefits include a dedicated and signed book by Mike Buchanan. Click below to make a difference. Thanks.
Regular followers of this website are aware that neither Elizabeth Hobson, party leader, nor Mike Buchanan, party chairman, draw any income from the party’s income streams. They both work very long hours on behalf of men and boys (and the women who love them) so they’re unable to engage in paid employment.
We appeal to those who appreciate our work for financial support to help us meet our living expenses. We’ve set up Patreon pages for this purpose. Elizabeth’s page is here, Mike’s page is here. Thank you for your support.