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    Election Notice

    From 6 November to 12 December 2019, while the House is dissolved in the lead up to the General Election, All-Party Parliamentary Groups must not be active.

    Groups will resume their work and reconstitute from 13 December onwards.

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    APPCOG election notice

    The All-Party Parliamentary Carbon Monoxide Group (APPCOG) is dissolved alongside Parliament during the election's campaign period (Purdah). As such our website and Twitter account will be inactive until we reconstitute in January.

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    Policy win: Ofgem improves vulnerability strategy

    The Office for Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem) have responded to a recent Policy Connect consultation submission and made several improvements to its Consumer Vulnerability Strategy that will advance carbon monoxide (CO) safety.

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    Creative School Children and their families celebrated at CO Safety competition in Parliament

    On the 11th of July, 10 school children, their families and teachers, gas industry representatives and MPs gathered together in Parliament for the Carbon Monoxide (CO) Safety Competition prize giving. The event celebrated the winners, ages 5 to 11, for their wonderfully creative and imaginative work on CO safety and raising awareness about CO more generally. 

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    APPCOG hosts discussion on vulnerable people

    On 27th of June 2019, the All-Party Parliamentary Carbon Monoxide Group (APPCOG) hosted a Parliamentary briefing on the Office of Gas and Electricity Market's (Ofgem's) future strategy to support vulnerable consumers in the energy market chaired by APPCOG Co-Chair Barry Sheerman MP and attended by members of the carbon monoxide (CO) community, fuel poverty groups, and the representatives of the energy industry.

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    APPCOG meets with public health Minister

    On the 20 May, Policy Connect and Chris Bryant MP met the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Public Health and Primary Care, Seema Kennedy MP, to discuss carbon monoxide's (CO's) impact on the brain and the APPCOG's recommendations.

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The All-Party Parliamentary Carbon Monoxide Group (APPCOG) is the leading forum for Parliamentarians to discover, discuss and promote ways of tackling carbon monoxide poisoning in the UK.