Liberal Democrats

Write to Theresa May

Want to write to Theresa May but aren't sure what to say? We've got a few pointers for you:

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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:

And if you need a hand, here's a template you can use:

Dear Theresa,

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.

Thank you,


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