The challenge to secure enough vaccines for the world’s poorest and most vulnerable people.
A Bill to make provision about the administration to persons under the age of 18 of botulinum toxin and of other substances for cosmetic purposes; and for connected purposes.
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The second reading paper may be updated as the Bill goes through Parliament; alternatively additional papers will be added to this page to reflect the Bill’s progress.
New Bill to restrict under 18s’ access to Botox and fillers echoes Nuffield Council concerns, Nuffield Bioethics, 5 February 2020
Non-surgical Cosmetic Procedures: Regulation, House of Commons Written Question, 3 February 2020
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A debate will be held in Westminster Hall on Tuesday 24 November 2020 at 9.30am on recognising and preserving the value of charity-funded medical research in the 2020 Spending Review. The subject for the debate has been nominated by the Backbench Business Committee and the debate will be opened by Dr James Davies MP and Chris Green MP.