Emailing your MP might be more your style
Protestors climbed a crane close to Parliament and unfurled a banner demanding a referendum on the EU constitution treaty. Kudos to the climbers. MPs will vote on the treaty this week. A less physically demanding protest would be to email your MP. It's also an effective one, as the Democracy Movement explains. (Image and story: The Sun)
Democracy suggests that it is too close to the vote in Parliament to question your MP about his stance and obtain a response.
"Simply state that if your MP votes against your right to have a say on the EU Constitution / Lisbon Treaty that you were promised at the last general election, then they will definitely not have your vote when they come up for re-election.
"Many anti-referendum MPs simply cannot afford to ignore the potential loss of votes because they are
clinging to their seats in Parliament by a relatively small majority."
Please, email your MP.
Thanks to John Wallace and Dave Barnby for forwarding this information.