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That this House recognises the invaluable work carried out by the charity Reunite to assist those who have suffered from child abduction; is deeply concerned that Reunite faces collapse on account of its grant from the Government being nearly halved as from the start of the 1995-96 financial year; and urges the Government to review its funding of Reunite as a matter of urgency with a view to restoring it to its previous level so that Reunite can continue to assist children, parents, honourable Members, Government departments and others involved in cases of child abduction.
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