Want to write to Theresa May but aren't sure what to say? We've got a few pointers for you:
- Try not to be too angry. We know, what has been happening for the last two years is exhausting and enraging - but if you want to persuade someone, shouting at them isn't the best way to do it.
- Tell your story. How will Brexit affect you and your family? Why does it worry you? Make your letter about how Brexit affects real people - not abstracts and politics.
- Keep it short. The less you write, the better chance someone will read it all - so don't go on too long. Keep your email as short as you can.
Good luck - you can contact Theresa May here: https://email.number10.gov.uk/
And if you need a hand, here's a template you can use:
I'm really worried that you've delayed the meaningful vote again. Kicking the can down the road only makes a no-deal more likely.
A no-deal Brexit would be really bad for my family because [YOUR REASON HERE]
Please, do the right thing and ask for an extension to Article 50 so we can hold a people's vote, before it's too late.