Next step in FBA Campaign


1. Background
2. Write to your MP
3. Sample Letter
1. Background
Following tremendous pressure from members of the public, the Parliament’s Backbench Business Committee have now scheduled a full debate on extradition with a vote to take place in the main chamber of the House of Commons where all MPs can attend. The debate will take place on Monday 5 December 2011.
Although disappointingly the motion does not specifically mention Babar Ahmad’s case by name, it does present a unique opportunity for MPs to attend the debate and vote in favour of changing the law such that it will prevent the extradition of Babar and others facing extradition.
The Free Babar Ahmad (FBA) Campaign commends supporters who have worked tirelessly in recent months, not only in encouraging others to sign the petition but in also lobbying their MPs and the Backbench Business Committee to list the matter for a full debate. Had it not been for your action, this may all have ended last Thursday 24 November in Westminster Hall.
2. Write to your MP

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