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Letters to lobby against Devonwall - AVAILABLE HERE
The threat of a “Devonwall” constituency has galvanised hundreds of people to protest and campaign against the UK Government’s Boundary Review. In order to help people make representations against Devonwall, Mebyon Kernow has produced a range of letters that individuals can print off, sign and send to the Government, MPs and the Boundary Commission.

The letters call for an amendment to the Parliamentary Voting System and Constituencies Act to Keep Cornwall Whole.

The letters (for the Prime Minister Therese May, Minister for the Constitution Chris Skidmore, the Boundary Commission and Cornwall’s six MPs) can be downloaded from below.

Hard copies will also be available at MK’s Conference in Truro on 19 November, when we will be collecting them together and sending them in bulk to the addresses.

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By Dick Cole. Published on 6th November 2016.

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