APPG on Miscarriages of Justice
APPEAL acts as the Secretariat of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Miscarriages of Justice.
Find out more about the APPG:
Contact your MP to ask them to get involved with the APPG:
To carry on doing its important work, it is vital for MPs of all parties to get involved with the APPG. You can help the APPG thrive by writing to your MP to ask them to attend events and consider becoming a member of the group using the template below.
If you are not sure who your MP is, you can easily find this out by typing in your postcode on the Find your MP tool here: https://www.parliament.uk/mps-lords-and-offices/mps/ If you’d rather send an email than post a letter, you should be able to find out your MP’s email address using the same link.
[Insert MP name]
House of Commons
London, SW1A 0AA
Dear [Insert MP Name],
I am one of your constituents and I am writing to urge you to get involved in the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Miscarriages of Justice.
Miscarriages of justice have truly devastating consequences for those who are subject to them and their loved ones. It is in the interests of innocent defendants, victims of crime and the public at large to ensure everything possible is done to prevent wrongful convictions and ensure injustices are swiftly put right. However, our justice system is currently failing too many innocent people and this needs to change.
[Completely optional: Explain here why this is such an important to issue to you personally.]
There is a strong tradition of Parliamentarians using their platform to raise awareness of miscarriages of justice and call for reforms that help prevent wrongful convictions and improve access to justice for those who have been convicted of crimes they did not commit.
I hope that as my MP you will be part of a revival of this tradition by reaching out to the APPG (email@example.com) and getting involved with its work, including through attending meetings.
For more information on the APPG please visit their website: https://appgmiscarriagesofjustice.wordpress.com/.