On 22 February, I sent an e-mail to Mr. Nick Clegg, then former leader of the Liberal Democrats, discussing the need for change in nationality law for children born out of wedlock to British fathers. On 7 April, I was surprised to receive a response from Clegg's office, on his behalf.
The law forbids me from posting his response in its entirety, but I can say that it simply acknowledged our situation. Understandably, Mr. Clegg did not have any specific details to go by, so he could not give a direct opinion on the subject of nationality discrimination. But I was pleased to have any response at all on the matter.
Naturally, since Mr. Clegg is now Deputy Prime Minister, I am hopeful this is the start of something positive.