From Caroline Jones, Campaign Against Arms Trade <[email protected]>
Subject Labour consultation extended: last chance to call for arms to renewables
Date July 17, 2020 8:20 AM
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Tell Labour to put arms to renewables in its Green Recovery proposals ([link removed]

Dear friend,

THANK YOU so much to everyone who was already able to feed in to the Labour Party policy consultation to push for a move from arms to renewables.

THE CONSULTATION HAS BEEN EXTENDED UNTIL MONDAY 20TH JULY, SO YOU HAVE JUST A FEW DAYS LEFT TO ADD YOUR THOUGHTS ([link removed] .

Help to move arms to renewables up the Partys policy agenda by logging in as a guest (or a member if you are one) and making a submission ([link removed] .

ALREADY MADE A SUBMISSION? LEAVE A COMMENT ([link removed] UNDER THE SUBMISSIONS YOU AGREE WITH TO GIVE THEM A BOOST AND SHOW THE ISSUE HAS SUPPORT. Just search arms in the search box at the top right hand of the consultation webpage to find submissions. 

YOU CAN USE OUR GUIDE SUMMARISING THE ISSUES ([link removed] .

If Labour’s vision is for the UK to rebuild its economy and move investment into jobs that create a safer world for people and planet, it must include a move away from the arms trade.

Tell Labour to take this chance to move from arms to renewables. ([link removed]

Feed into the consultation ([link removed]
Or feed in your thoughts by emailing [email protected]

And PLEASE LET US KNOW BY EMAIL IF YOU ARE ABLE TO FEED IN SO WE CAN MONITOR OUR IMPACT. 

With thanks as always for your continued support.

Keep safe

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Caroline
CAMPAIGN AGAINST ARMS TRADE
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