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Elizabeth McDonagh is the Chair of the National Pure Water Association npwa.org.uk . It is the UK’s longest-running anti-fluoridation movement. It has had an educational and campaigning role since its foundation in 1960 by lawyer and Labour politician, the late Lord Douglas of Barloch.
In this talk, Elizabeth provides the inspiring story of how the organisation successfully campaigned to halt fluoridation in Southampton.