Parliamentary recess - Here’s what it means for our campaigns
Despite the various crises engulfing the Prime Minister right now, his government is pressing ahead with massive changes to the way our country works. From elections, to protesting, to the power of the courts, our Senior Campaigns and Policy Officer Maheen Behrana has set out what we can expect in the New Year.
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Much of the legislation in the pipeline looks set to take power away from the people and concentrate it in the Government’s hands.
But these bills won’t necessarily pass unamended - and we have lots of opportunities to tackle their most worrying aspects. Just this week, an important Parliamentary committee of MPs called for the government to pause the Elections Bill and rethink it.
Through work with parliamentarians, research and campaigning - and of course with your support - we will pile pressure on the Government and make sure it knows that it can’t go too far.
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We’ll keep you updated with the progress of these bills next year, and want to thank you again for being part of a movement that is sending the strongest possible signal to Boris Johnson, that his authoritarianism has no place in modern Britain.
CEO - Best for Britain
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