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We regularly provide evidence and offer informed opinions to government and key decision makers about actions they should take to be more proactive in preventing breast cancer. We regularly input into public consultations and provide feedback on draft legislation/ regulations published by the UK Government, the European Commission, public health bodies and other regulators.
Our recent consultation submissions, letters and joint initiatives can be found below.
Joint letter to UK Ministers on PFAS Chemicals, February 2020
Submission to the European Commission consultation on Endocrine Disruptors, January 2020
Submission to the Department of Health’s Prevention Green Paper, October 2019
Letter to Environment Secretary Theresa Villers MP on the Government’s Brexit preparations, August 2019
Letter to Public Health Minister Jo Churchill MP on UK cancer prevention plans, August 2019
Letter to Agriculture Minister George Eustice MP on non-renewal of the toxic pesticide chlorpyrifos, August 2019
Submission to the European Commission’s Fitness Check on Endocrine Disruptors, July 2019
Joint letter to the European Commission on the publication of the EU’s fitness check on chemicals legislation, June 2019
Submission to the European Chemicals Agency consultation on microplastics, May 2019
Submission to the European Commission’s consultation on the Evaluation of Food Contact Materials, May 2019
Letter to Environment Minister Therese Coffey on the Government’s No-Deal Brexit Preparations, April 2019
Submission to the Environmental Audit Committee inquiry on Toxic Chemicals in Everyday life, March 2019
Joint letter to Members of the EU REACH Committee, February 2019
Letter to NHS Chief Executive Simon Stevens on the publication of the NHS Long-Term Plan, January 2019
To view our past submissions please follow this link.
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