• Make Flaming Hot Monster Munch Vegan
    Hot Wotsits are vegan so why can't monster munch be vegan? I'm not even vegan but vegans deserve spicy feet shaped crisps.
    5 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Dan Ormston
  • Let Us Keep O'Neills Ilford Open til 2am On Fridays
    This might seem silly to some but to most of us O'Neills Ilford is a little place of freedom away from the normal 9-5 grind of life. We are a wholesome family customers, dj, bar staff and door staff combined and closing the doors early on such an establishment will kill the pub entirely. Some of us are new here, some have been coming 10-20+ years and yet we all come together as a whole. 18 year olds are mixing with 50 year olds singing, dancing and enjoying everything that the pub gives. Please help us get our friendly little pub to stay open like it should. O'Neills is the heart of Ilford and with all the trouble there has been around the local area it's nice to have a place to go where you feel safe but also welcome around strangers.
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    Created by Lauren Featherstone Picture
  • Save British Steel Scunthorpe
    Yet again the forgotten North has suffered at the hands of the, turn the other cheek, Tory government. Even though Scunthorpe British Steel was making a profit, the company has gone into liquidation today. The government have used excuse after excuse to avoid investing £30 million to save the site. Scunthorpe has been linked to steel for 150 years. Since Victorian times, Scunthorpe played a major role in the industrial revolution. In 1964 weekly production of steel trebled to 9000 tonnes. It played a major part in wartime weapons and vehicle production. In 1988 it was fully privatised, facing the prospect of being undercut by cheap steel from countries such as China. Britain's steel has been renowned for its quality and supply in everything from shipbuilding to railway lines. But cheap imports were favoured above quality, causing a detrimental effect on Scunthorpe's productivity. In Scunthorpe, to lose this major site will result in the creation of a ghost town. Poverty will rise and this government won't prevent this decimation. Yet they happily bail out banks, whose loss was created by greedy bonuses. These men and women have already took pay cuts to save the plant, yet this goes unnoticed. They don't deserve this disgraceful repeat of history. I implore this government to Save Our Steel NOW!
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    Created by Wendy Russell Picture
  • Can UBER please pay its UK taxes
    We need all internet companies to start paying UK taxes so we can have a decent public services eg ‘NHS’ . This needs to be debated in Parliament so I need over 100,000 signatures. Please can you signed this . Thank you for your support.
    958 of 1,000 Signatures
    Created by Garret Lynch
  • Put star the tv show on Netflix.
    All star fans want it back.
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    Created by Rebekah Millard
  • Provide us with the super fast broadband that we are paying for.
    Residents are paying full price for broadband and are consistently delivered below average speeds and line faults. We are receiving a sub standard service which is not only effecting our home life but many businesses too.
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    Created by emma winter
  • Stop Plastic packaging at Aldi
    There is now indisputable proof that plastic has and is continuing to damage the environment. Aldi customers want to feel good when they shop for food, and know they are not adding to this global catastrophe. Only 9% of plastic has EVER been recycled. In the last ten years more plastic has been produced than in the last 50 years!
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    Created by Tara Meeks Picture
  • Ban company phoenixing
    Phoenixing is destroying small businesses that can not afford to lose money. The people that close a business and reopen the exact same business are literally laughing all the way to the bank... with zero repercussions. This is an example of a phoenixing company https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/anger-winter-funland-opens-event-15531718
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    Created by Janine Haime Picture
  • Allow tattoos in cabin Crew
    This is a big thing to me as I want to be cabin crew as a child but I got a scar covered with a tattoo on my hand and most airlines don’t allow tattoos at all which I think is unfair as considering it isn’t hurtful.
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    Created by Alfie Turner
  • Free TV for hospital inpatients
    many people are elderly & many people don’t have the luxury of paying nearly £10 per day to pay for tv whilst in hospital. Their days are long & they are often unable to care for themselves & long for a little light entertainment to get them through the day. Watching their favourite soap series may be what they live for. It may be a dying mans last wish to watch his favourite team play a football match. Although Hospedia provide a good service they also charge a phenomenal price to watch the tv. You also pay for tv throughout the night when patients are asleep. I think tv & entertainment should be part of the service as an inpatient, it helps to make people feel better & lifts their spirits. It makes their day a little better.
    196 of 200 Signatures
    Created by Ali Lageard Picture
  • Keep Debenhams in Southport open
    Something needs to be done about the business rates in the town. We can’t lose Debenhams in our town and more shops. The rot in our high street needs fixing
    1 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Aj Ajd Picture
  • Fibre broadband to all Staynor Hall properties
    First of all, some residents are claiming to have been sold properties on the estate with the assurance that Fibrenest or at least fibre connections are available to properties and since new addresses often don't show in broadband speed checkers, this is difficult and often impossible to confirm first-hand until a property has been purchased. There is also an expectation that information given by sales representatives is completely true, which in this case, is not. Secondly, many individuals on the estate rely on reasonable connectivity to work, whether it's remotely from home to a service at work, through online business or in some cases as online content creators using streaming services. With an average speed of 6mbps, this is barely achievable and in most cases, means that standard resolution images can often take an unacceptable time to download. Living on the estate is affecting businesses and in some cases, a slower connection can create security concerns. In my case, I purchased my current property in September 2019 with the assurance from the sales adviser at the time that Fibrenest was available. When we had purchased the property and arranging service providers, we soon found out that the only broadband option was Sky averaging around 7mbps. I regularly work from home using a remote connection to my work-place and the connection frequently drops which is a significant difference from my previous home on around 40-50mbps. This is not to mention multi-tasking is near impossible, such as downloading whilst trying to stream, something which we take for granted until our connection can't handle it. It affects me on a daily basis and is often the talk of the estate (or at least those affected). Something needs to be done and the support from the community on this issue will hopefully bring to light its significance.
    20 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Dan Skelton Picture
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