• Lidl/Aldi for Stornoway
    Because there is very little choice between Coop and Tesco on an ever expanding Island. With tourism being high in the summer months shopping for locals can be a nightmare another couple of shops would help reduce the chaos.
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  • Save Peter Purves from being axed as a presenter of Crufts
    Peter Purves has been the much loved voice of Crufts for 40 years but now he's being unceremoniously dumped by Sunset+Vine the company who make the programme for Channel 4 for what appears to be purely ageist reasons.
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  • 15-17 Ltd Pay your Staff the outstanding wages and pension money they are owed
    The actions of 15-17Ltd has caused extreme hardship and distress to the staff and ex employees of this company. They are not responding to any communication from ex-employees or their agents. They owe staff thousands of pounds in unpaid wages and pension money they have kept. They have failed to issue P45s so ex-employees have been unable to claim. Benefits or apply for tax rebates
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  • Stop Viagogo taking over Stubhub
    Stubhub is currently Viagogo’s only competitor in the UK for ticket reselling. If Viagogo takes over Stubhub, Viagogo will have no competition when it comes to reselling tickets online. That means fans will only have one place to shop if they miss out on a sold out event. This should be stopped. Viagogo makes huge profits by capitalising on high demand on sold out events, and was recently investigated by the CMA for misleading customers. If they’re the only company in the UK reselling tickets, more and more fans will have no choice but use Viagogo. The Competition Markets Authority can stop this takeover happening. If they intervene in this deal, it could mean that fans have a customers and fans have better choice when trying to get tickets to their favourite concerts and events.
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    Created by Emily Carroll
  • Hotels in the UK: Comply with the Modern Slavery Act
    Slavery did not end with abolition in the 19th century. Instead, it changed its forms and continues to harm people in every country in the world. Including here in the UK. Currently, the UK Modern Slavery Act requires companies with a turnover of £36 million to release annual statements of their anti-slavery efforts. And hotels and the hospitality industry often don't do enough to stop the exploitation of workers, and in the worst cases, modern slavery. But some of these hotel companies are not producing these statements - even though they have to by law. This means that right now we don't know if they are failing to address the specific risks of modern slavery in their direct operations and supply chains, because they are not releasing an annual report. These hotel chains must reflect on the specific risks facing the sector: they must do the bare minimum and take slavery seriously. *These groups have not complied as of 22 November 2019
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  • Making Wordpress and Social Media Accountable to UK Parliament
    This petition is very important for the Internet age because these Firms engage in a dictatorial fashion to deny their users the opportunity to voice their legitimate concerns to the United Kingdom authorities for legal redress to be implemented in terms of compensation and damages awarded to the users when they suffer at the hands of these companies through the process of interacting with the particular Social Media concerned.
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    Created by Shantanu Panigrahi Picture
  • Ban firework sales to the public
    How many children, adults and animals every year are injured by fireworks. How much does it cost our already overstretched NHS? Many animals are hurt and terrified of the noise. No matter how safe people are, accidents happen! Follow Sainsburys and stop selling them to the public.
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  • Petition to Protect Blog Owners from Negative SEO Attacks
    The Problem: Negative SEO is the practice of using Google’s penalty system to attack your search competitors. It’s an unethical practice that’s against Google’s webmaster guidelines, but thousands of attacks take place every day, putting the search rankings of innocent bloggers at risk. Negative SEO is only possible thanks to Google’s penalty system. Competitors can use the penalties to ‘attack’ their opposition by manipulating the backlinks going to their opposition’s domain in order to land them a penalty. This is a terrible practice that needs to stop, and the responsibility falls onto Google to stop it. The Solution: Google needs to better protect ethical website owners and bloggers from negative SEO by changing their algorithm. Web owners shouldn’t be penalized for black hat SEO carried out by their competitors. If Google can’t sufficiently distinguish intentional black hat link building from fake negative SEO attacks, they should cease handing out SEO penalties for them immediately. Website owners will then be able to rest easy knowing that their ranking potential on the SERPs can’t be sabotaged by their competitors. Website owners can find out more about how to better rank for their target keywords on https://smashdigital.com/onpage.
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  • New Asda Employee Contract
    Asda are trying to sack good people whom have given a lot for the company over the years. If they don't sign the new contact they will be sacked. The new contract consists of no paid breaks and will be expected to work hours that staff can't do due to family etc.
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    Created by Gary Ballard
  • Get BBC to make their new BBC Sounds App compatible with older devices
    BBC Should be accessible to all fee paying licence payers
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  • BRING BACK IPLAYER
    The new BBC Sounds app is appalling: clunky, badly designed, poorly laid out and missing several important features that made iPlayer a pleasure to use. We didn’t ask for it and we don’t want it! Reinstate BBC iPlayer for radio now!
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    Created by Thomas Raven
  • Ban short selling shares.
    This practice creates an environment where it benefits a few wealthy people if a company goes bust that leaves many worse off.
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