I'm very pleased to announce the first MVM Diversity Project meeting will be held online on Monday, 23rd November from 6pm. People of all ethnicities are welcome to join the conversation about how Make Votes Matter can improve the diversity of our campaign.
Saturday, 12th December marks one year since the last General Election, where 7 out of every 10 votes were wasted. At Make Votes Matter, we want to increase the pressure on MPs to change the voting system. That's why we're asking all our supporters to send a Christmas card to their MP calling for equal votes.
On the 12th December, electoral reform campaigners from across the UK will
The incoming UK-Japan trade agreement poses new threats to our privacy rights by creating a “gateway” for your data to be transferred with low protections to other countries.
Under new clauses, when your data is transferred to Japan it can be “laundered” and sent to countries with far weaker or voluntary data protection standards like the US, putting your personal data in the hands of unaccountable foreign corporations.
Our campaign to get the House of Lords to pass the NHS protection amendment to the Trade Bill has now reached a critical stage. And here’s the simple truth, if we are going to win in the Lords, we will need your help to put in a strong effort in the next two weeks.
Our letter to the leaders of the four main groups in the Lords will be at the heart of our efforts in the next two weeks. And we need you to add
LONDON (Reuters) - British finance minister Rishi Sunak warned of the damage higher interest rates could do to the country’s debt mountain as he promised on Monday to “balance the books” following his surge in emergency spending to counter the coronavirus crisis.