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Mr Brown, now can you tell me honestly that you and your fellow mps have tried everything in their power to help those who are less unfortunate in the older community?

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10 July 2007 Mr Gordon Brown 10 Downing Street London SW1A 2AA Dear Mr Brown, I am aware that you are a busy man and I appreciate that you have taken time out of your schedule to read my letter. My letter is regarding elderly people in today's rising economy, I believe that my fellow pensioners and I are treated as less important individuals in our society. Is our country not a democracy? Shouldn't we be treated the same as other responsible adults? Elderly people are not treated well in today's society and no one but we can resolve this. ...read more.

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Mary told me, "I had woken up when I heard a noise downstairs; it was only 5am so I crept down the stairs unarmed in nothing but my nightclothes. That was when I discovered two men in my small house. One restrained me back while the other took my life savings. I had put the money away for my grandchildren who are only just starting school. I was left with nothing but the clothes I was wearing. I had seen the men earlier in the week, I hadn't thought anything of it they said they were from the children's hospice; I let them in and gave them some change from my purse. ...read more.

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Mr Brown, now can you tell me honestly that you and your fellow mps have tried everything in their power to help those who are less unfortunate in the older community? My friends and I will be in contact with you and as of now are currently having a petition signed to raise awareness of the older societies struggling efforts to keep themselves sheltered and fed. All that we ask is for a bit more awareness and financial help. If we weren't so tied up with less important matters maybe we would see what is staring us right in the face. Yours truly, Miss Elizabeth Phillips By Rebecca Russell ? Page 2 December 19, 2007 ...read more.

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