• Bring Shahnaz and Zahra home
    It’s important as she’s my sister-in-law and as every right to be allowed back to uk where she was born and bread
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    Created by Jojo Hussain Picture
  • Glasgow North stands up to hateful comments in politics
    The Brexit Party’s candidate for Glasgow North, Dionne Cocozza, is reported to have shared Islamophobic comments on her social media account. She has shared a number of posts claiming there is a planned Muslim “takeover”. What our politicians say matters. When powerful people say hateful things, it can have a real impact, spreading fear and division - and turning people off of politics. The kind of comments shared by Dionne Cocozza have no place in our politics - and we need to show her that people in Glasgow North think these comments are wrong. Will you sign the petition and demand a proper apology from Dionne Cocozza? It’s time to stand up against hatred in politics.
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  • Homelessness and Domestic Abuse On Party Manifestos
    Getting the homeless off all degrees and families couch surfers, people in sub-standard living space i.e. hostel accomodation, overcrowded flats and not least domestic abuse along with all other situations of abuse in our society. We must explore every avenue of publicity at our disposal i.e. the INTERNET, SOCIAL MEDIA, FACEBOOK, TWITTER, YOUTUBE, INSTAGRAM i.e. the magic of the internet via the family, friends, work colleagues, fellow club members, sports etc.I would appreciate if after signing you could share it on any social media accounts you have. All trade unions, across all sections of our society, and to pass it up the chain to party headquarters. It is in each party's interest and the of the nation's. We don't know when the manifestos will be published in the next two weeks so this is urgent. You may be ware the parties write their manifestos and is their commitment to pass into law. I am involved because at 10 months old I lost my mother from domestic violence and this still affects me emotionally even today. 80 years on it is still happening in increasing numbers and should not be happening in the 21st Century.
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    Created by John Hadman
  • Stop locking up children in solitary confinement
    We need to understand that the situation that the children find themselves in is outwith their control. We would not allow animals to be locked in solitary confinement like this. We should not allow it to happen to anyone including children.
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    Created by Veggie Queen Picture
  • Expand safe and legal routes for refugees
    A lack of safe and legal routes into the UK for refugees seeking safety is forcing people to travel to the UK using life-threatening methods, including squeezing into the back of refrigerated lorries or riding in vulnerable dinghies across wild seas. People fleeing the threat of torture, rape or death cannot claim asylum in the UK without physically reaching Britain. This means that people are risking their lives to escape danger and try to secure asylum in the UK. Right now the UK offers a few limited programmes that provide safe and legal routes into the UK, but these programmes have been drastically reduced. Instead of reducing these programmes, the government should expand them to make sure anyone fleeing danger can travel safely and legally to the UK if they need to.
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  • Reduce voting age to 16 for Brexit referendum.
    It is important to include 16 and 17 year olds in a second Brexit referendum because it is their future which will be affected by the outcome. The evidence indicates that young adults are very engaged with Brexit and are concerned about the impact on their futures. Allowing young people to vote would be more representative of what British citizens want in the longer term.
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    Created by Teresa Barrow
  • Stop and Think
    Xenofobia that has been promoted as a means to an end, so that those who wish to see the UK leave the European Union hate European citizens has been on the increase and as many other immigrants I have been on the receiving end of it many times since the referendum. My very first job in the UK in 1998 was with the NHS, it still is. I as European immigrants all over the country have been providing health care, services, and working towards the good of all whilst earning a salary that allows us to survive without resorting to ask for any benefits, when applying for a job no immigrant had an advantage they had to have the skills and knowledge to be able to do the job they applied for, so there was no jobs stealing, there is enough jobs for all and we can all, as we did for so many years work happily together. We immigrants as a whole contributed so much to the UK economy trough our taxes, paying rent, buying food, clothes and generally by living in the UK . And are being portrayed as something we are not. The abusive and misleading campaign against our presence in a European country that has always welcomed immigration needs to stop. Please Stop and Think we are all human with the same rights is it ok to abuse others based on their nationality or country of birth? Please sign the petition let's not politics change our society for the worse.
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    Created by Ariete Pinheiro
  • End Physical Violence Against Children
    Physically harming children in any way has no place in 21st century Britain. The Scottish Government are banning violence against children in any forms, but in England it’s still legal to harm a child so long as you don’t leave a trace. Experts have made crystal clear how dangerous and damaging any kind of violent, abusive treatment of children is to their mental health and development. There’s never an excuse, and it’s time the law made that clear. If you think children in England deserve the same protections as children in Scotland, will you add your name to the petition today?
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    Created by Gordon Maloney
  • Raise the retirement pension to be in line with the EU
    The State is not paying the majority of retired British citizens their true and fair return on their contribution and work to the British Economy.
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    Created by John Stone Picture
  • PRISON REFORM
    SO IT WILL GIVE AN OPPORTUNITY FOR MOST PART OF THE INMATES , ALSO IT WOULD GIVE A SELECTED GRADE FOR A JOB TO BETTER THERE LIFE AND MOSTLY NOT COMMIT ANY CRIMES .
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    Created by Callum Kelly-Killick
  • No references for recruitment
    Remove this requirement as it stops a lot of people getting the opportunity to work. As new workers haven't got references, they can't work or their process is delayed until they find someone to say they are good. Let them work for 60 days, then if they are good and a hard worker, they will be permanent, otherwise, just give them notice and recruit others. But don't block our way to finding a job by asking for references.
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    Created by Ema Emanuel
  • Women's Rights in Iran
    A young woman last week committed suicide [set herself on fire] while waiting for her court case rather than face six months in prison . Her crime - attending a football match. This is not allowed in Iran. So too is for women to sing solo or dance on their own. There are many other rules in Iran that disallow women equal rights .
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    Created by Albert John Mancini