Some young people still prefer paper!

19th November 2013

Visiting Celtic Cousins

15th November 2013

Visiting Celtic Cousins

By the time you read this, I’ll be away in Edinburgh, with some exciting meetings lined up. I’m visiting Holyrood to see members of the Scottish Parliament to discuss how we can raise the profile of our campaign there, and I’m hoping to also come away with a few more supporting organisations..

I enjoyed my visit to Belfast last week where Disability Action and, Age NI came on-board as supporters, which was tremendous. I was really impressed with the idea of a Pensioners’ Parliament of which Age NI is a member – I think it’s an idea which should be rolled out across the UK.

Guest blog: The Money Charity

12th November 2013

Guest blog: The Money Charity

 When we launched the campaign in July, I had no idea of the full range of people and groups who are impacted by the issue of online only billing and the lack of choice in this area.  In the last few months I have really been spurred on every time I talk to a new supporter and I’m moved by the strength of feeling and their determination to bring about change in this matter. 

Over the next few weeks I will be inviting our partners to share with us why they have decided to support the campaign.

My trip to Belfast

8th November 2013

My trip to Belfast

Though the Keep Me Posted campaign is UK wide, I admit it may have seemed a little London focused up to now, with debates in the House of Lords, and motions tabled in Westminster.

Well that’s all about to change as this month I’m going to be spreading the word in the other UK nations, with visits to Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales all planned in the coming weeks. I’ll be meeting some key politicians in Stormont, Holyrood and Cardiff Bay, as well as potential supporters who, like us, believe in championing consumer rights.   

Lively House of Lords debate and some super signings

31st October 2013

All aboard!!

25th October 2013

We've got an Early Day Motion!

17th October 2013

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