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That this House supports International Women's Day on 8 March 2012; celebrates the political, social and economic advancement of women while recognising the urgent need for further movement; applauds the work of millions of people across the world in raising the issues facing women; commends the PCS campaign `speaking out, not cut out', encouraging women and men to raise their voices against attacks on jobs, pensions and pay; highlights the impact of service and benefit cuts that will take women's equality in the UK back by generations; and encourages hon. Members to raise their voices and speak out in Parliament for International Women's Day.
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