Tag Archives: Petitions

The challenge of introducing well respected petitions


At the end of June, I introduced a petition which is still growing very slowly each day but thankfully it does grow each day. I thought it would be interesting to compare it against the petitions that are much more … Continue reading

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The Parliament Petition team has made a very strange decision


The following item is todays piece – since I wrote it an email has come from Caroline Lucas – although it is at the end of the document, it is actually the latest item on this theme. Now back to … Continue reading

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Matt, Kit and Priti want to severely restrict our rights to protest


Late last night following some protests that took place in London Nottingham and elsewhere during the day, Priti Patel raised her comments very clearly in the Sun Newspaper. In doing so was adding to her personal resistance for people who … Continue reading

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An urgent public inquiry into Government contract decisions


At the beginning of October, a person called Christopher Humphris set out a very short, clear and uncomplicated petition. Within 2 weeks (the 16th October) his petition had gained 10,000 signatures which is a very significant number that requires a … Continue reading

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A debate to ban the sale of Fireworks for the public


On occasions, the timing of Parliamentary debates and written responses by the Government seem to be rather weird. Clearly the availability of debates regarding petitions only restarted a couple of weeks ago and so there are a significant number of … Continue reading

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A major petition that requires a positive Government response


On the 15th October Marcus Rashford set out this petition onto the Government e-petition system. That was nearly a week before Parliament held their debate and a vote on the provision of free meals for children on low incomes through … Continue reading

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Why is the Government and Parliament ignoring so many people?


It is understandable that the Government and Parliament is a very busy place right now with all of the challenges that have been caused by COVID-19 and some of the Political problems that have arisen externally or been introduced by … Continue reading

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