CALL TO ACTION: Loan Charge Victims Mass Lobby Day - 24 October 2018 CALL TO ACTION: Loan Charge Victims Mass Lobby Day - 24 October 2018
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    Default CALL TO ACTION: Loan Charge Victims Mass Lobby Day - 24 October 2018

    The troops are mobilising!

    On Wednesday 24th October, the Loan Charge Action Group, campaigners and friends 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.

    We want all those affected to have a voice and join us on the day.

    Why should I come along?

    The Victims Lobby Day is your chance to show our MPs the human cost of this punitive legislation. By coming together as a group, we are making it clear to those policy makers that we will not tolerate this damaging charge and that change must happen. It is an opportunity for us to put our side of the story across directly and to show the devastation that the Loan Charge will potentially have on ordinary, hard-working families. We would strongly encourage anyone impacted by the Loan Charge to join the protest.

    How do I get involved?

    In order to help us coordinate the effort, please send an email to masslobbyingdaynonmember@hmrcloancharge.info 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.

    What time does it start and where do we meet?

    The plan is to congregate outside the Houses of Parliament at 10:45am on Wednesday 24th October.

    We realise that some will only be able to attend part of the day, the key thing is to attend some of it, especially, if possible, the protest at 11am, but any time is worthwhile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LCAG View Post
    The troops are mobilising!

    On Wednesday 24th October, the Loan Charge Action Group, campaigners and friends 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.

    We want all those affected to have a voice and join us on the day.

    Why should I come along?

    The Victims Lobby Day is your chance to show our MPs the human cost of this punitive legislation. By coming together as a group, we are making it clear to those policy makers that we will not tolerate this damaging charge and that change must happen. It is an opportunity for us to put our side of the story across directly and to show the devastation that the Loan Charge will potentially have on ordinary, hard-working families. We would strongly encourage anyone impacted by the Loan Charge to join the protest.

    How do I get involved?

    In order to help us coordinate the effort, please send an email to masslobbyingdaynonmember@hmrcloancharge.info 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.

    What time does it start and where do we meet?

    The plan is to congregate outside the Houses of Parliament at 10:45am on Wednesday 24th October.

    We realise that some will only be able to attend part of the day, the key thing is to attend some of it, especially, if possible, the protest at 11am, but any time is worthwhile.

    Loan Charge Action Group
    Bump this up. Obviously not everyone can make it to London but we need as many as possible. If this law is not challenged and defeated then HRMC will be emboldened to push the boundaries of tax collection even further to please their masters. It needs to be stopped to force HMRC and Government to be wiser and fairer in their actions.

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