The Wilson Doctrine, which each Prime Minister re-affirms on entering office, guarantees that constituents' communication with their elected representatives (MPs, MEPs, Mayors, Welsh/Scottish/Northern Ireland members) will not be snooped on by the intelligence services or the Police.

Why is this idea important?

Being able to talk to your MP without being snooped on by the Police or MI5/GCHQ?  When you think about it, it's a very important right, too important to be renewed 'traditionally'. Let's put it into law.

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