Majorie Golding petition to ban glass bottles will go to Commons

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A MUM who has campaigned tirelessly to ban glass bottles after her son’s face was slashed is set to take on the House of Commons after reaching the milestone of 100,000 supporters.

Marjorie Golding almost lost her son Blake when he was attacked with broken glass while working as a doorman at a city club on Christmas Day 2004.

She promptly launched the POP website, complete with shocking images of Blake’s injuries and an online petition to urge the Government to ban drinking glasses and bottles from late night clubs in busy areas all over the country.


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