Loud statement for charity

PUBLISHED: 10:52 02 February 2006 | UPDATED: 14:35 12 May 2010

MP Oliver Heald and his loud tie

MP Oliver Heald and his loud tie

MP Oliver Heald is wearing a loud tie but it's all in the cause of charity. The North East Herts MP is supporting the Beating Bowel Cancer's annual Loud Tie campaign which will run until Sunday. The campaign urges people not to be tongue-tied about bowe

MP Oliver Heald is wearing a loud tie - but it's all in the cause of charity. The North East Herts MP is supporting the Beating Bowel Cancer's annual Loud Tie campaign which will run until Sunday. The campaign urges people not to be tongue-tied about bowel cancer, to wear loud and wacky ties, to get sponsorship for doing so and sending an SMS message to LOUDTIE at 83338. Mr Heald said he was "delighted" to become involved in the campaign, which was launched at the House of Commons. "The campaign increases awareness of the disease and elevates the key issues surrounding bowel cancer," said Mr Heald.

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