We went to Number 10 to convince the Prime Minister to get involved and Free the Weatherfield One.
And while Mrs May remained tightlipped, the public pledged their support.
The Webb family, from Oldham, joined in our protest to get Coronation Street character Sally Metcalfe freed from jail.
Dad Jonathan said: “We support the Daily Star’s campaign to Save our Sally.
“Theresa May should get involved and free Sally. Justice must be done!”
Sally, played by Sally Dynevor, 55, was sentenced to four years in jail after she was conned by Duncan Radfield.
She has backed our campaign and written a letter from behind bars to thank the Star.
Sally wrote: “I thank each and every one of you who believe in me. I will not be silenced. I will not go quietly into the night.”
The letter was actually penned by show writer Damon Rochefort, who has also thrown his weight behind our crusade.
In 1998, then PM Tony Blair got involved after Deirdre Rachid, played by Anne Kirkbride, was wrongly jailed in Corrie.
He handed the case to Home Secretary Jack Straw to look into.
When we went to the office of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, we were told he was too busy watching EastEnders.