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Last week over 6000 people joined the campaign to stop the MS lottery.
The 6000 included lots of celebrities - Chris Hoy, Scott Mills, Sally Gunnell, the Maccabees, Alex Deakin, Russell Tovey and Beccy Huxtable to name a few - and also a number of politicians.
We went to Westminster to launch the campaign and the research behind it. Take a look at what happened:
This year, I’ve decided to make a campaigning themed New Year’s resolution. Research shows that sharing your resolutions helps make them a success, so I’m sharing mine with you.
In October over 600 Campaigns Community members completed our annual survey to tell us what they think.
This helps us to understand what people like about the community, how we can improve it and how we can better support you to get loud about MS.
MS Society staff and volunteers have just attended the Liberal Democrat, Labour and Conservative party conferences. Liz Brown volunteered at Labour Conference - you can watch her video diary and read her conference notes below.
I was a little apprehensive about attending the conference, as I've never done anything like it before - but I like meeting new people.
Today, Blog Action Day 2012 brings together bloggers from different countries, interests and languages to write about one important topic: ‘the power of we’.
So we’ve been thinking about the importance of collaborative working to the MS Society.
We are now in Week 2 of a new Assembly year, and the long summer recess seems long ago.
Our politicians are battling with issues as diverse as the future of GCSEs, planning reform and the continued sluggish Welsh economy, whilst towering over all of this is the draft Welsh budget that was published on Tuesday. The Welsh Government has a shrinking pot of money and no way of raising taxes.
MS Society staff and volunteers are travelling to Brighton, Manchester and Birmingham for the Liberal Democrat, Labour and Conservative party conferences.
Do you want to get loud about the issues that matter to you by starting a campaign to improve the lives of people affected by MS in your area?
Then our new local campaigning toolkit is for you! Whether you've got lots of time to spare or a hectic schedule, anyone can campaign to change the lives of people affected by MS. From writing a letter to organising a public meeting, there are plenty of ways to get involved.
Since January, almost 1,500 MS campaigners have emailed their MPs on issues ranging from cuts to MS Nurses to the future funding of social care.