I know of five cases where judges and local authorities have used judicial procedures in an attempt to prevent people from talking to their MPs.
He has revealed that Fred Goodwin gets superinjunction to stop him being called a banker.
There is widespread support for the right to complain to MPs, but action has so far been blocked by the Speaker on the advice of the house officers (the men in wigs who sit in front of him).
The most basic freedom of speech is that of the right to talk to an MP about your “grievances”. Parliament should act to protect this.