Britain could be on the verge of war. The crisis in Syria is at boiling point, and our government is deciding whether to launch an attack. But right now, it’s rumoured Theresa May wants to make a decision without giving parliament a vote - meaning us, the public, will be shut out too.
At 3.30pm this afternoon, top government ministers are having an emergency meeting where they’ll decide what to do - and whether our MPs will get a vote. If we want all of our MPs to have a say on this, we have to bring our voices into the room, and we have to do it fast.
A stream of messages from us - the public - could be enough to convince the Cabinet to give our MPs a vote on whether we should go to war. Twitter is the quickest way to get our message heard: it’s a direct line to the ministers.
Decisions this big need to be decided by all of the MPs elected to represent us - not by a group of just 22 people. So, will you tweet the Cabinet to ask for a vote now?
TWEET A CABINET MINISTER - https://38dgs.org.uk/CabinetTweetSpeakout
If you don’t use Twitter, you can write a short message which the 38 Degrees staff team can Tweet to the cabinet on your behalf:
WRITE A MESSAGE - https://38dgs.org.uk/CabinetSurveySpeakout