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Mandates for 2018

For the 2018 AGM, there will be two proposed mandate topics. These are:

TG believes that marriage before the age of 18 should be made illegal in the UK


And

TG urges HM Government, Local Authorities, and those responsible in law for the maintenance of educational facilities, to ensure that every establishment that contains asbestos must produce an annual report for staff, pupils and their families. The annual report must explain how asbestos can affect health, where asbestos is present, how it is being monitored and maintained.

Full information on both will be included in the Summer 2018 issue of Townswoman, due to be published in April.



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