Friday, 25 May 2012

140,000 Missing Children~~Or Mostly Just The One?

25 May ~~ Big Tweet For Missing Children

Stephen Fry Explains

A staggering 140,000 children go missing in the UK every year. On International Missing Children’s Day (Friday 25 May), I will once again join the charity Missing People in harnessing the power of Twitter to help find missing children via The Big Tweet for Missing Children. You can take part too, by retweeting the appeals for missing children that the charity will tweet every 30 minutes, for 24 hours. On this day, the charity will also be launching 116 000 – the new hotline number to call or text for support if you or someone you love goes missing - thanks to the support of ICAP. So please add #116000 to all your tweets and help to spread the word about this important new number. You never know when someone you love might need it.”

So, if 140,000 children go missing every day, why should all the emphasis be mostly on just one? Isn't the United Kingdom supposed to be a democracy?

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