Mast survey

PUBLISHED: 10:39 20 September 2007 | UPDATED: 21:49 29 May 2010

MOBILE phone communications may be good for the economy but according to those hundreds of peer reviewed, published and ignored studies they are not good for people forced to live (or go to school) near phone masts. I would like to encourage people to si

MOBILE phone communications may be good for the economy but according to those hundreds of peer reviewed, published and ignored studies they are not good for people forced to live (or go to school) near phone masts.

I would like to encourage people to sign the online petition: http://petitions.

pm.gov.uk/PhoneMasts/ urging the government to acknowledge the research that indicates that this is the asbestos of the 21st century.

Simon Densley

Morden


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