Last chance to give parliament a say on trade deals

Currently the UK parliament has no meaningful say over trade deals - it does not even get a vote on them. Without democracy, trade deals have become a blank cheque to slash standards, entrench privatisation and privilege a corporate agenda.

The Trade Bill going through parliament could change this. It has been amended by the Lords to give parliament a vote and the right to meaningful information on what is on the table in negotiations. Now it goes back to the Commons.

Email your MP to tell them to protect trade democracy in the Trade Bill.