My daughter was burnt on 20 November 2004. When looking into the law for the safety of childrens nightwear I found that only nighties and dressing gowns were covered and had to be made safe. I also found that it was law that furniture had to be made non flammable before being sold. Childrens clothes did not have this. I would like to see a change in the law to include all of childrens clothes to be made non flammable for the safety of our children. I would like to get as many parents, grandparents, aunties, uncles and any one else involved with children to sign my petition to send to parliament to try and get this changed.
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Neil Signo, United States9 years ago Comments: Sounds good, non-toxic dye coloring and materials that do not irritate the wearer. Including standard sizes, up to age 20. Lets avoid corset binding, even shoe binding.
Catherine Lea, United Kingdom9 years ago Country: UK
josie gray, United Kingdom9 years ago Country: UK
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