Category Archives: say no to nuisance calls

Protecting children, delivery charges, nuisance calls and better comms support for deaf people – Lib Dem MPs’ private members bills

Stephen Tall told us all about the private members’ bills brought in by Tory MPs in their “alternative Queen’s Speech” – everything from burka banning to reintroducing the death penalty to naming the August Bank Holiday after Margaret Thatcher. I thought … Continue reading

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Liam McArthur tells Holyrood: Governments must work to protect people from nuisance calls

Quite often, MSPs at Holyrood debate things in a mature fashion. We don’t often see it because it happens after hours or doesn’t get the coverage because it’s too civilised. One of these moments happened on Tuesday night when MSPs … Continue reading

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Lib Dems take No to Nuisance Calls campaign to Holyrood

I’ve written recently about Liberal Democrat MP Mike Crockart’s campaign to free us from the pain in the backside that is nuisance calls, emails and texts. These contacts aren’t just a nuisance – they can be dangerous with vulnerable people … Continue reading

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Mike Crockart MP: Say no to nuisance calls

You know the feeling. You’ve just come in from work, you’re rushing around trying to feed the cat, empty the bin, deal with your post, make the dinner and listen to the evening news. The phone rings. You have no … Continue reading

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