Dear Prime MinisterI couldn't finish it. Damn!
I notice that after many months of having no means to email your office you have now added the facility at https://email.number10.gov.uk. However, it is of some concern that whilst adding the facility you have also decided to limit how much someone can actually say to you in an email. Specifically you have limited the amount to 1000 characters only.
This is not exactly a lot is it? In fact it only amounts to about a few short paragraphs at best. Given that you are the leader of the country, and the country is meant to be a democracy, if someone wishes to communicate with you in detail should they not be allowed to do so without arbitrary limits set on how much they are allowed to say?
I appreciate that there may be times when the contact being made with yourself may not be the appropriate channel to use. However, given that you say you want to "listen", how can it be right that you limit how much we can say to you? This email is now too long to be accepted by
Wednesday, May 06, 2009
You can email Gordon, but only on his terms
Gordon has finally given you the ability to email him but there is a slight problem.
Posted by dizzy at 5/06/2009 08:59:00 am