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Total number of signatures: 89

Anderson, Donald Anderson, Janet Austin, John Baird, Vera
Barnes, Harry Barrett, John Bayley, Hugh Best, Harold
Borrow, David S Bottomley, Peter Breed, Colin Brooke, Annette
Burden, Richard Cable, Vincent Caton, Martin Clapham, Michael
Colman, Tony Corbyn, Jeremy Cox, Tom Cryer, Ann
Davey, Valerie David, Wayne Davis, Terry Dodds, Nigel
Donaldson, Jeffrey Doughty, Sue Drew, David Duncan, Peter
Etherington, Bill Ewing, Annabelle Farrelly, Paul Flynn, Paul
Follett, Barbara George, Andrew Gidley, Sandra Griffiths, Jane
Griffiths, Win Hamilton, Fabian Hancock, Mike Hermon, Lady
Hesford, Stephen Hurst, Alan Illsley, Eric Jackson, Glenda
Jenkins, Brian Jones, Lynne Jones, Nigel Knight, Jim
Lamb, Norman Lawrence, Jackie Lazarowicz, Mark Lepper, David
Llwyd, Elfyn Lyons, John Marris, Rob Marsden, Gordon
Marsden, Paul Marshall, David McCafferty, Chris McDonnell, John
McNamara, Kevin Meale, Alan Moffatt, Laura Moore, Michael
Murphy, Denis Perham, Linda Pike, Peter L Purnell, James
Randall, John Rendel, David Rosindell, Andrew Russell, Bob
Salmond, Alex Salter, Martin Sarwar, Mohammad Sheridan, Jim
Simpson, Alan Smith, Robert Smyth, Martin Thomas, Simon
Truswell, Paul Tyler, Paul Tynan, Bill Vis, Rudi
Webb, Steve Weir, Mike Williams, Betty Wyatt, Derek
Younger-Ross, Richard

That this House welcomes the release of the deaf charity worker Ian Stillman from prison in India on 7th December; congratulates the Foreign Secretary for his personal intervention on Ian's behalf; pays tribute to Ian's family, the Carey Baptist Church in Reading and other churches, and commends the thousands of people around the world who have campaigned for Ian's freedom; regrets that Ian has not received a pardon; and looks forward to Ian Stillman being given the opportunity to resume his unrivalled work for people in india with disabilities.