Just to remind those of you who are travelling a long way on the 14th October, to get a hotel booked asap if you need to do so.
For those of you who haven't quite decided whether you are coming along, I can only say that I am abandoning my poor hubby on his 60th birthday to be there...........so NO EXCUSES because numbers speak volumes!
Until I launched my campaign I was never interested in politics, while Jeremy's bid to be labour leader has had me on the edge of my seat!
Regardless of your politics, thanks to John McDonnell's association with Jeremy Corbyn, this is guaranteed to increase media interest and highlight the refractive eye surgery scandal.
Trust me, John knows exactly what's going on, and whatever position he is offered on the Shadow Cabinet, his seat on the frontbench can only be a good thing for my campaign, and a very bad thing for the high street providers - and all those who collude with them.
WITHOUT YOUR ACTIVE SUPPORT MY ENDEAVOURS TO PUBLICISE THIS DEVASTATING SCANDAL ARE A WASTE OF TIME!
So please, join me on 14 October when we take 'My Beautiful Eyes' Campaign directly to Parliament - 4.00 to 6.00pm in Committee Room 10.
And it's urgent that you email your MP and invite them ASAP - because their diaries fill up months in advance!!
Not forgetting John McDonnell's strong support for me, and his involvement with My Beautiful Eyes campaign!
"Mr Brown’s intervention comes as it emerged that Mr Corbyn, who has become the surprise front runner in the leadership contest, is poised to name his fellow radical MP, John McDonnell, as shadow chancellor...
[Mr McDonnell] warned that the rich and large corporations should be taxed more, not less, while austerity that hurts the poor must end. “We can tackle the deficit by halting the tax cuts to the very rich and to corporations, by making sure they pay their taxes...”"
"ONE of Scotland’s most successful businessmen yesterday failed in an attempt to prevent a private investigator from making allegations about his business dealings and his friendship with a notorious drugs dealer.
David Moulsdale, the founder of the Optical Express chain of opticians, claimed Dr Allan George had made defamatory remarks about him to others working in the opticians trade.
But yesterday, he failed to persuade the Court of Session in Edinburgh to grant him an interim interdict against Dr George.
With a fortune estimated at 100 million, Mr Moulsdale is one of the richest and most powerful businessmen in Scotland. He was the youngest ever winner of the Scottish Business Achievement Award in 1998 and the following year he topped a poll of the country’s most eligible bachelors.
He is also highly regarded in government circles and his entrepreneurial skills have earned the praise of Gordon Brown, the Chancellor.
But yesterday, the court heard how he had been the subject of extensive media reports in recent years which had referred to an alleged friendship with a "notorious drugs baron" and had claimed he was "no stranger to financial bother".
The drugs baron was Tony McGovern, 35, a Glasgow gangster who ran the drugs trade in the Maryhill and Springburn areas of the city. His friendship with Mr Moulsdale, the son of a Leith taxi driver, emerged after McGovern was shot and killed in September 2000.
The "financial bother" mentioned in court referred to his company’s failure to settle some of its debts on time. Mr Moulsdale, who lives in Dullater, near Cumbernauld, had been accused of building up his fortune at the expense of companies which were kept waiting for payment and Optical Express was the subject of a number of adverse court judgments."