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March 24, 2009 1:00 PM

Susan Kramer, MP for Richmond Park and North Kingston yesterday met with local children who had travelled to Westminster to protest against climate change.

Children from across London rallied outside the Houses of Parliament in a protest organised by campaign group We CAN, before lobbying their MPs for action on climate change and against Heathrow expansion.

Susan Kramer MP commented:

"This is why we're out there campaigning to stop the third runway, and for real action to tackle climate change."

"It was brilliant to see youngsters get the chance to come into Parliament and meet with their MPs, and to understand that they have the right to speak up for what they believe in."

"It is high time the Government started thinking about future generations, and the world we will be leaving our children and grandchildren."