How to get the politicians interested in your sort of debt

Take these actions to support the campaign for improved legislation for people in debt. Here we explain how.

During the past few days we have been on the virtual campaign trail in support of Funts – financial untouchables – lobbying prospective parliamentary candidates for their support of improved legislation for a fairer treatment of people that fall into debt.  We have created an opportunity to get personal debt issues back on the political map.

This is how you can make a difference and spread the word.

Our recent survey shows that a  scandalously small number of parliamentary candidates are interested in changing the law to help people in personal debt (14%).

And there is a huge variation between the parties too with (this surprised us) the LibDems being by far the least responsive of all the major parties (7%: Labour – 20% and Conservative – 15%).

Of the 358 parliamentary candidates that did answer, more than nine out of ten were in favour of law changes that would help people with debt problems. Read the full findings of the politicians survey about debt.

If you support our efforts to get the real debt noticed by Britons politicians please read on.

Spread the word:

1. Recommend this to your friends on Facebook.

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2. Hit this Twitter button to spread the word.

I agree with the funts

Want to contact your local candidate? Great, there are lots of ways to identify who are your prospective candidates. We recommend you use the excellent services publically available  such as Tweetminster, the BBC UK election, YourNextMP.

Go the whole hog and email them? Excellent, we can help you.

3. Email your candidate

As a start here´s some text which you are welcome to copy and paste into your email.

Be warned though, your prospective candidates are very busy people just right now, but remember they need your vote and that´s one thing we can all be clear about.

Questions? Leave them below in the comments.

Thanks for your support.

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  1. I was sold ” part due to niavety, part to desperation”, a mortgage that became an albatross. The spiralling interest, which was not explained to me, caused me an increasing debt problem. Robbing Peter to pay Paul became a frustrating and depressing state of affairs. Because I actually work meant that there was very little sympathy. In one case I was advised that if I was unemployed I would be better off ??? What type of country are we in???. Thanks to Clear debt I can now see an end to this nightmare. It is time that the government took hold on the way people get or give out credit that can cripple individuals and assist those agencies that are helping keep law abiding people that way by assisting them deal with the creditors that show no signs of compassion or remorse

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