32,000 people have signed the petition against disconnection. Stephen Fry, Alan Davies, Graham Linehan and ORG patron Neil Gaiman supported massive efforts to get people to sign
But a petition is not enough. It's changed the public debate, brought the media onside and got people active. But now we need targeted action to persuade the people making the decision to change this legislation: our MPs.
Visits from voters like you will change the minds of MPs. It works, because it shows people really care about their rights.
It's very simple. Tell us who your MP is and who you are. (If you don't know, you can find them on here)
When you visit them, let us know what they say, and we will record their opinions on our website and wiki.
Thank you for taking action today!
you for any help you can give. A quick response will cut our workload
as we will quickly get a list of MPs who still need lobbying. You can find more actions here.
if you want background information, then read our briefing to the House of Lords Second Reading.
Updates include the radical changes to the Bill suggested by Lord Lucas, a statement of the Joint Committee on Human Rights questioning the compatibility of the Bill with HR Act and the Government's alleged repositioning on disconnection.