Saturday, 30 June 2012

E Mail to Your MP To Request They Ask Theresa May a Question in Parliament About the #Saverichard Petition

 Up until now Home Secretary Theresa May hasn't said anything publicly about my son's extradition. Even as Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales's petition has exploded to over 180,000 signatures -- including mine.
On Monday 9th July, that could change -- she'll have to face questions from MPs in the House of Commons.

Can you email your MP now? They have until Tuesday 3rd July to put their question to Theresa May so there's not much time left.

Click here to find out who your MP is.
Then send them an email like the one below (feel free to edit)
Thank you for your support,

Email to send to your MP: 
Dear (MP)

I recently signed the petition started by Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales calling on the Home Secretary to immediately halt the extradition of student Richard O'Dwyer:

Theresa May is yet to respond to the petition which is why I am asking you to urgently submit the following question in time for oral questions on Monday 9 July. 

Theresa May: When will you stop the extradition of Richard O'Dwyer?


  1. Just had good response from office of my MP that will see what they can do but that the question I posed did not fit required format, so have re-written it but thought your followers might like/need to know same. Here's link to what's acceptable or not etc.

  2. Thanks I'll have a look & pass on