From the 13th to the 16th December, we want to flood social media and politicians with messages about why Pubs Matter, as we head into a festive season that is very different to normal. 

 

Please tweet the Prime Minister if you’re in England, or the First Minister in Northern Ireland, Scotland or Wales. 

 

Once you’ve selected which country you're in and entered your e-mail address, you’ll be taken to a new page where you can view and edit your draft tweet before sending it. 

 

 
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Why are collecting your data: Your personal data is being collected in order to enable us to contact you in regards to the Pubs Matter campaign

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