LOAN CHARGE VICTIMS MASS LOBBY DAY - 24TH OCTOBER 2018
On Wednesday 24th October, LCAG ( campaigners are descending on Westminster to take part in a mass lobby, to protest at Westminster and to meet MPs to get the message across that the 2019 Loan Charge is wrong, unfair and will have disastrous consequences.
They are also offering help to anyone that feels that they are unable to cope. Text 'LCAG HELP' t 81025 and a member of their team will call you back or go to their website at the link to follow;
How do I get involved?
In order to help us coordinate the effort, please send an email to email@example.com to let us know that you will be attending. We will provide you with an information pack to help you engage with your MP prior to the event and keep you informed of new developments as the day approaches.
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