Today, hundreds of campaigners like you are meeting in Westminster for a rally against the Trade Union Bill. Later this afternoon, they will head over to Parliament to meet their MPs to ask them to vote to stop the Bill.
Our Members of Parliament get to vote again next week – it’s more important than ever that we let them know why we think they should use their vote to stop the Bill.
We understand not everyone can get to London on a Monday – so don’t worry if you can’t make it to Parliament today. We’ve set up a page to make it easy for you to contact your MP from home.
Will you get in touch with your MP now?
The Bill undermines the right to strike and makes it harder for unions and working people to win a fairer deal at work. It undermines freedom of speech, with new restrictions on protests and new red tape that makes it harder for unions to run political campaigns.
You can use our online tools to email, call or tweet your MP. Join us now and send them a clear message that you want them to vote to stop the Trade Union Bill.
Please do get in touch with your MP – even if you’ve emailed them before, and even if you’re certain they’ll never support us. Don’t give them the chance to say that no one contacted them about the Bill.
Head of Campaigns and Comms, unionstogether