• Please don't take me away from my Home
    My family and I are running out of time and we don't know where to ask for help. My case has been on going for three years now and I am scared of their unchanging views because it means for me to be separated from my family again. My dad has been working here in the UK for almost fourteen years where ten years he was apart from us. My mom, sister, brother and I came here in 2015 to be together with my dad. Then, we had to renew our visas last 2016. We did our biometrics together but for some reason mine was a late submission and that's where it all started to crumble. We were put in a situation where we don't have anything to show for and we have been in two firms, one of which is still representing me but I am starting to lose faith. Multiple Administrative and Judicial reviews have been sought out but their decision was maintained.This battle has drained us financially and emotionally and we are running out of options. I hope we had better knowledge of what we should have done and trusted the right people, maybe it wouldn't have come to this. We are seeking any kind of help. I don't want to leave United Kingdom as it is my dream to be here ever since I was a child. This is where we belong. If I were to be given another chance, I will work harder and earn the right to prove myself. My home is where my family are and I don't want to be taken away from my home.
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    Created by Philline Dennieze Julle McLyon Picture
  • Support and Protect Asylum Seekers Adequately
    Those of us that are UK citizens are very lucky in that we don't have to leave our homes, countries, friends and neighbours just to be able to live in safety. Some people need to leave their homes. Instead of always supporting these people, the Home Office can detain them, despite no criminal offence being committed. Asylum seekers also only get very small payments from the government, and as they are often not allowed to work, it can be very hard to live off these payments. Also, LGBTQ+ people should not have to 'prove' that their sexual orientation to be granted asylum as this cannot really be done, and people may very well have hid their sexual orientation to keep themselves safe in their home countries due to fears of discrimination, violence or death from either their governments or wider society. Asylum seekers are some of the most vulnerable people in the UK. They should be offered protected which the Home Office currently appears to be failing to provide in many cases.
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    Created by Jo Capp
  • Urgent! Please stop Yvies full time carer and friend from being deported.
    Risks to Yvie - Yvie has a severe head injury with epileptic seizures and muscle spasms, her lack of speech means she cannot communicate her distress verbally, she uses her eyes to blink and shows emotion to communicate. This causes her immense stress which in turn causes the seizures. Her attachment to Pewie has enabled Yvie to have a quality of life as she trusts and is understood totally by Pewie, no other carer has this understanding of Yvie's needs. Over the time Pewie has been Yvies carer they have built up a strong bond and Yvie regards her as family. Yvie has been distraught on learning Pewie is being deported, she sobs uncontrollably and has been having unsettled nights, this is impacting badly on Yvie's health, and we are all concerned about how vulnerable Yvie's health is becoming with this added stress, as there is a potential for it to end Yvie's life, medical evidence supports these concerns, particularly as Yvie and the family will not be able to know how Pewie is once she returns due to the lack of communications Pewie will be able to have. Risks to Pewie - Her separation anxiety from Yvie and the family as she has lived with us for so long. Under article 8 this breaches her and Yvie's human rights.To have to return to Zimbabwe as a single woman after having the freedom and safety of living in the uk. The home office has published warning to travelers to Zimbabwe of widespread disruption and violent protests on the streets with no access to banks, media and communications. High risk of rape and disease such as cholera and typhoid. Pewie is also part of a tribe that opposes the current regime.
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  • Urgent! Please stop Yvies full time carer and friend from being deported!
    Risks to Yvie - Yvie has a severe head injury with epileptic seizures and muscle spasms, her lack of speech means she cannot communicate her distress verbally, she uses her eyes to blink and shows emotion to communicate. This causes her immense stress which in turn causes the seizures. Her attachment to Pewie has enabled Yvie to have a quality of life as she trusts and is understood totally by Pewie, no other carer has this understanding of Yvie's needs. Over the time Pewie has been Yvies carer they have built up a strong bond and Yvie regards her as family. Yvie has been distraught on learning Pewie is being deported, she sobs uncontrollably and has been having unsettled nights, this is impacting badly on Yvie's health, and we are all concerned about how vulnerable Yvie's health is becoming with this added stress, as there is a potential for it to end Yvie's life, medical evidence supports these concerns, particularly as Yvie and the family will not be able to know how Pewie is once she returns due to the lack of communications Pewie will be able to have. Risks to Pewie - Her separation anxiety from Yvie and the family as she has lived with us for so long. Under article 8 this breaches her and Yvie's human rights.To have to return to Zimbabwe as a single woman after having the freedom and safety of living in the uk. The home office has published warning to travelers to Zimbabwe of widespread disruption and violent protests on the streets with no access to banks, media and communications. High risk of rape and disease such as cholera and typhoid. Pewie is also part of a tribe that opposes the current regime.
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  • Home Office refuses to let great-grandparents remain in UK
    Dear Sajid Javid Please could you explain the rational in forcing elderly great-grandparents, Mozaffar Saberi (83)and Rezvan Habibimarand (73) to return to Iran? They live in their Edinburgh flat, bought in 1978, have raised 4 children in the UK, have 11 grandchildren and a great grandchild all living close by. Not only do they rely on daily support from their tight-knit family, but they also enable their daughter to work as an NHS nurse by caring for her severely autistic son. This decision lacks basic humanity; it erodes the values of a tolerant and civilised country making a mockery of the “British Values” teachers must talk about as part of Prevent training. How do their British grandchildren feel about British values when their grand-parents, in their final years, are torn from their family in this in-humane and futile manner? It is heart breaking and it is not in our name, we urge you to reconsider and allow Mozaffar and Rezvan to live out their lives with their family in the UK. Here’s a link to the full article in The Guardian 18 January 2019. https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2019/jan/18/home-office-refuses-to-let-great-grandparents-remain-in-uk CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other
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    Created by Elizabeth Lewis
  • Allow Mozaffar Saberi and Rezvan Habibimarand to stay in the UK
    They are elderly, and have the right to live out their life surrounded by their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, in the own home. Not be deported to a country where they know no-one and have no home.
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    Created by Jennifer Lopez
  • bsl sign language for deaf people should be taught in all schools and made compulsory
    Deaf children feel excluded because no one understand them only those close to them and other deaf people,,and they go to different schools where their surrounded by mostly deaf people and children that are not deaf dont understand them at all,shops and many places they are not understood by other people,this can cause depression in deaf children because they feel different,but if everyone knows bsl sign language it would make a differance
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    Created by ELIZABETH UKOTE
  • Pull pension funds from fossil fuels
    If it is wrong to wreck the climate, then it is wrong to profit from that wreckage. We believe that governments that serve the public good should cut their ties to the fossil fuel industry. MPs must show leadership on climate change by responsible investment and transition to a clean economy. Find out more here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f5T-YhjpNnE#action=share
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    Created by Sarah Greenfield Clark
  • Grant Asia Bibi asylum in the UK
    She is a persecuted Christian who has done no wrong in the eyes of the sane and just world.
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  • 'These Walls Must Fall' Motion Bristol
    "Over 30,000 people are locked up in prison-like conditions every year, with no time limit on how long they can be held. This is not for having committed a crime. It is purely because they do not (yet) have the correct immigration papers. The majority of people detained are eventually released, but many never really recover from the trauma. It’s a terrible waste of money (£125 million a year), and a waste of lives. Immigration detention is a wholly unnecessary, unjustifiable practice, one of the most harmful aspects of the UK’s “hostile environment” for migrants and a shameful civil rights abuse that cannot be ignored." Quoted from the 'These Walls Must Fall' Campaign Website (http://detention.org.uk/)
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    Created by David Ion
  • Myvisamyrights
    This is important because this is affecting the family ties and causing emotional breakdown of the couples separated because of the inaction of the Home Office. Also, the children are unable to receive the love and affection of their parents which is depriving them of their right to live in the company of their parents.
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  • Save Cole Thomson
    Cole Thomson is only 6 years old and has uncontrolled focal epilepsy of which he has now become drug resistant. He has tried 16 different types of medication and had his first brain surgery when he was only 2 years old. To date nothing has been able to stop his seizures. Unfortunately there has been a steady decline in his health since May this year. Coles speech, vision, movement and memory are all continuing to deplete and he has also developed Todd Paralysis, which is extremely distressing for his 9 year old brother Dylan when he takes an attack as well as his parents, grandparents, other family members and especially 6 year old Cole himself. Currently the next step in Scotland is invasive testing, which for Cole would potentially be in the first quarter of 2019. He has a 1 in 100 chance of not surviving the operation, to see if he is a suitable candidate for further exploratory brain surgery. We are looking for your help to enable a step in between which could negate the need for surgery by allowing him legal access to cannabis based medicine. After speaking to Coles mum we became increasingly concerned at the amount of unlicensed, untested products being offered to her on the black market to apparently “help Cole”. Coles parents are unwilling to take the risk with any of these products. This does not take away from the fact that they’ve been offered unlicensed products by numerous different sellers and shows that currently there is a market feeding off of the fears of vulnerable families, who are desperately looking for answers to improve their children’s quality of life or indeed save it. We are looking to support the family by putting a campaign forward to you The Scottish Government to enable Cole to gain legal access to prescription cannabis based medicine. This would be the step before invasive surgery which would give him the opportunity to try a more natural drug which has a very high success rate for children like Cole all over the world. Please support our campaign to Save Cole Thomson by allowing him to get prescription cannabis based medicine.
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