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Old 08-01-2008, 02:00 PM   #1
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LXer: Act Now on ACTA


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One of the things that has amazed me recently is the power of the letter - or, more specifically, the power of the letter when sent to an MP or MEP. Naively, I would have expected a deafening silence from these exalted beings in receipt of my ever so 'umble communications, but by and large they are astonishingly quick to respond, often with personal replies. From this I draw an important lesson: that it is always worth writing to your Mps/MEPs about things that matter to you.

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