After weeks of campaigning, with thousands of us across the country taking action, the Minister for the Exchequer has responded to our letter on plastic pollution.
Just over a year ago, a new wave of violence in Rakhine State forced over 700,000 Rohingya Muslims to flee their homes. With More United's support, I’ve visited the Rohingya refugee camps to listen to people’s stories and provide medical aid. Once I return, I will be campaigning for justice and safety for the Rohingya people.
7,000 people shared their views on plastic pollution with MPs through More United's survey. Now, armed with this evidence, four MPs from four parties have set aside their differences to campaign alongside one another on this critical issue.
More United supporters shared their views on plastic pollution. MPs are now using these findings as evidence in a Parliamentary inquiry into creating sustainable seas.