General Election 2017
Put bowel cancer on the political agenda this election
The general election is rapidly approaching. This is our opportunity to ensure that bowel cancer is a priority for the next government.
As a disease that’s preventable, treatable and curable, our parliamentary candidates need to know it’s not acceptable that bowel cancer is the UK’s second biggest cancer killer.
Can you help put pressure on candidates to publicly commit to taking action on bowel cancer?
Write to your local newspaper
Writing to your local newspaper is a great way to let your parliamentary candidates know why bowel cancer must be on the political agenda. It’s also a really good way to put public pressure on candidates to act and to hold them to account publically. Taking action is really quick and easy. Just hit the button below and you'll be taken to a template letter.
On the door
Our blog runs through the five key questions to ask your parliamentary candidates on the door this election.
We only get this chance once every four or five years, so let’s make it count.