Make Poverty History - Tony Blair chairs G8 summit July 6, 2005
Over the past few months more than a quarter of a million people have sent a message to Tony Blair and asked him to make poverty history.
It's an achievable aim that has risen up the political and news agendas like never before - thanks to the actions of people like you.
But we are rapidly approaching the critical moment of this campaign - and it really is time to turn up the heat.
After last week's election result we now know for sure that it will be Mr. Blair who sits at that all-important G8 summit table in Scotland on July 6th. Last month, he said he would work "night and day" on this issue until the summit. Now he has the chance to prove it, and the responsibility to deliver.
30,000 children will continue to die needlessly every day unless he succeeds.
So please, if you are in the UK click here [outside the UK click here] and urge Tony Blair to make this his number one post-election priority.
Even if you have emailed him before, now is the time to do so again.
The countdown has begun to the biggest day ever in the fight to end poverty and we need to make sure that our message is getting through loud and clear.