Some users think that if they sign up they get a guaranteed email from their MP; others think it is the final question on the questionnaire - is there something we can do about the wording of the advert/s on the WTT site to make this clearer?
The problem with both of those is that the user can still assume that they are telling their MP that they want to hear from them specifically about the problem they are using WTT for. We need to find a way to make it sound generic.
"Meanwhile... sign up for occasional newsletters from your MP"
is probably the clearest wording, but it doesn't get across the dialogue aspect inherent in HFYMP, and sounds a bit dull.
HFYMP's tag line (< title >) is:
Sign up to hear from your MP about local issues, and to discuss them with other constituents
Maybe we should just use that?
Update HFYMP wording, fixes #32.