General Election 2017 - Pledge for Pubs!
Ahead of the General Election on Thursday 8th June, CAMRA asked election candidates to pledge their support for beer and pubs by committing to:
1. Beer: Celebrate and promote Britain's 1,540 breweries
2. Pubs: Support action to help pubs thrive
3. Consumers: Represent the interests of pub goers, beer and cider drinkers
In total, 773 candidates signed up to our #pledgeforpubs and 130 of them were elected! You can download the list of elected MPs who supported CAMRA's pledges here.
We'd like to say a big thanks to all of the candidates who added their support, and all the CAMRA members who joined in the campaign.
We will now be working closely with elected MPs to make sure your voice is heard in Parliament. For more information on how you can get involved please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Letter to the Editor from Colin Valentine
With the General Election rapidly approaching, all of the party Manifestos have now been published.
The leader of the Liberal Democrats has said he is ‘proud to support’ CAMRA’s campaign to protect beer and pubs.
Following the release of the UKIP Manifesto, please find below comment from the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA), which is urging election candidates to back a number of pledges to support British pubs and beer.
Ahead of the General Election, CAMRA is calling on Scottish candidates to #pledgeforpubs by committing to protect and promote the 4,600 pubs and 130 breweries across Scotland - representing the interests of the consumers who enjoy them.