• Stop blood sports on Ilkley moor
    Our land is being abused by blood sport hunters, and in doing so much of our wildlife is being killed to facilitate this such as the trapping of small mammals which in turn are prey for larger mammals and the beautiful Red kite which is strangely largely absent from Ilkley moor!
    86 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Michael Bray
  • Protect Assistance Dogs
    All dogs should be on lead at all times on public paths/pavements. These dogs are our lifeline and if they are injured severly enough that they cannot work, it is so traumatic for dogs and their owners also we can wait up to 2yrs for another dog to be found and trained to suit our needs All that time without our lifelines. So please sign and kelp us keep our dogs safe
    203 of 300 Signatures
    Created by Irene Fyfe
  • Stop This Road To Nowhere
    We are local people, determined to prevent the environmentally disastrous white-elephant that is the “Bexhill-Hastings Link Road” from devastating one of Hastings’ and Bexhill’s most amazing natural treasures.We demand an affordable, sustainable transport system for our area, that improves the quality of all our lives without costing the earth.
    55 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Jon Basher
  • Oppose Badger Cull in Wiltshire
    The case against badgers, that they are the main transmitter of TB to cows, is as yet unproven, and until the scientists can agree and have definite proof of their guilt, culling badgers is a crime against nature. Badgers are an important link in the food chain of the woodland and countryside scene, and like all animals, should be treasured and preserved, not criminalised and destroyed. It is hoped that a vaccine to protect cows will be available within a few years. I would like the government to put money into this instead of culling innocent animals and threatening a link in our natural environment, the long term results of which could herald another as yet unknown environmental disaster.
    2,929 of 3,000 Signatures
    Created by Patricia Ann Aves