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That this House welcomes the re-release of the song for autism Open Every Door by Media Eye Music in London and recently played over the airwaves of the BBC and other UK radio stations, which was written by the distinguished Sri Lanka born singer/songwriter Nimal Mendis and sung by the Birmingham-based musician Rozagy, who has Asperger's syndrome; notes that Open Every Door was written about a 12 year old British boy with autism, Charin Corea, who inspired his parents to launch the Autism Awareness Campaign in the United Kingdom; congratulates an ambassador for autism, the South Asian singer Gresha Schuilling who will release Open Every Door for World Autism Awareness Day designated by the United Nations on 2nd April 2008; and calls on the Prime Minister to open every door to every child and adult with autism and Asperger's syndrome in the UK by providing them with better public services in education, health, specialist speech therapy and respite care and providing equality of opportunity, in order for them to play their role in society.
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