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Come Clean 'How to Lobby' briefing published

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The Come Clean How to Lobby briefing is now available to download.

The briefing contains essential information regarding the Come Clean lobby of parliament on Wednesday 18 April. It includes information about the day, including the schedule and venue directions; advice on how to contact your MP, what to bring with you, and how to prepare for the day.

A further briefing about the issues we will be lobbying MPs on, including arguments, rebutals and Q&As will be made available nearer the time.

For further information please contact campaigns@nus.org.uk

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