• Medals for our NHS workers
    We need to fully recognise that as much as our Armed Forces go to war to fight, so our Doctors, Nurses and all the support Staff in our Hospitals and throughout the NHS are fighting a war, often putting themselves at risk and many are sacrificing their lives to save us.
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    Created by Michael Clare
  • UK IMMIGRANT KEY WORKERS TO GET PERMANENT RESIDENCE
    Migrant workers have played a clear and definitive role in keeping our NHS and public services going during this crisis, and have been doing so since before the crisis began. Without these people, our public services may not have survived. Therefore, they should be granted UK passports for their devoted service to our great nation.
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    Created by Aarõn Loreto Picture
  • Name a hospital after Tom Moore
    Tom Moore has not only raised an amazing amount of money, he has also raised the nations spirit and he is a sign of hope and inspiration. What he has done deserves a lasting tribute and I feel that naming a Hospital after this amazing gentleman would be fitting and the least we can do to say thankyou!
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    Created by Chantelle C
  • 4th Plinth Statue for Captain Tom Moore
    A national monument for a national treasure! A WW2 veteran approaching his 100th birthday, Captain Tom Moore has captured the hearts of the nation and is a source of national pride and hope. He has been a beacon of light in the darkest of times, an inspiration to us all and a real life hero. At a time it is needed the most, Captain Tom (& his walking frame) is raising tens of millions of pounds for the NHS charities and raising morale throughout the UK and the rest of the globe. Can one person really make a difference? Yes they can! Captain Tom Moore has shown us that. A statue of Captain Tom & his stroller, would remind us all, commemorate the amazing work of the NHS and serve as a fitting thank you and birthday gift to Tom from the people of Great Britain (and hopefully a Knighthood from the Queen). This statue would celebrate the positive actions of the one and the many, during the time of this pandemic and be a memorial to the lives of those lost. Once the temporary exhibition time in Trafalgar Square has expired, it is hoped that this statue would then go on to be exhibited across the UK at different locations, on tour.
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    Created by Jane Sanderson
  • Corona medals for NHS front-line staff!
    When all this is over, issue a special new Corona medal to all our heroic NHS front-line staff, who are demonstrating every bit as much bravery in fighting this battle as military personnel do in war, who would be honoured with a campaign medal. Let's give our NHS heroes lasting badges of honour too!
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    Created by Lea Willis
  • Captain Tom for Sports personality of the year 2020
    Because he alone has done more for sporting activity than any other sports personality in 2020
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    Created by Andy Selway
  • Promote Captain Tom to Major Tom
    This is Ground Control to... Captain Tom Moore's sponsored walk has inspired people all over the world in a time of crisis, and raised millions of pounds for a great cause. If ever a 99-year-old deserved a promotion, it must be him. Brevet (honorary) promotions have a long and distinguished history in the British Army. Promoting him to Major Tom would also honour David Bowie, one of the greatest ever singer-songwriters ever. Check ignition, and may God's love be with you.
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    Created by Matthew Richards Picture
  • Give Mike Hind a knighthood
    It is important because Mike is putting together food parcels for people that can't get out during the Coronavirus outbreak. He is taking meals to local hospitals and other places where they are needed and he is doing all this because he want to help and not because he wants something in return
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    Created by Jo Rogerson Picture
  • Captain Tom Moore 100 laps to be awarded BBC's "Sporting Event Of The Year"
    No need to mention what has happened this year, but this sporting event has captured the country like no other. Captain Tom Moore, was aiming to walk a hundred lengths of the back garden (25m in length) before he reached his 100th birthday on the 30th April - and today - he smashed it, finishing two weeks early. So, during these difficult times and with the sporting calendar being "paused" - wouldn't it be great to remember this incredible effort by a determined and inspirational man and his truly amazing achievement? At the time of writing, Captain Moore has now raised more than £15million for NHS charities from over 700,000 donations, and he can raise more - if you haven't donated, do it here: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/tomswalkforthenhs By the way, I have no connection to Captain Moore or his family - in fact, it was a work colleague that jokingly suggested this should happen - so I thought I'd do something about it, to try and make it actually happen.
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    Created by Ritch Ames
  • Two minutes silence for those who lost their lives to the Corona Virus
    To not forget the sacrifices that have been made during this global pandemic
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    Created by Deborah Wyatt Picture
  • A knighthood for Tom Moore
    Tom Moore is 99 years old and has raised nearly £30 million for the NHS by getting people to sponsor him for walking around his garden. This is important because Tom Moore has shown true selflessness and has the support of the country behind him.
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    Created by Ben Blowes Picture
  • Promote Captain Tom Moore to Major
    In recognition of his outstanding efforts in supporting the NHS front line staff during this current Coronavirus pandemic.
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    Created by Colin Wales Picture