• Stuck in Australia - bring us home
    Hundreds of British citizens are stranded in Australia. Other countries have organized repatriation flights to bring them home, such as Peru. Mr Raab had suggested it is up to private enterprise and airlines to organise repatriation flights but all airlines are cancelling their flights. Only route left is Qatar which is costing £7000 per person. For the vast majority, this would have been well beyond their reach. And why is the government leaving it to each individual to find a solution? Furthermore many tourists are scattered throughout the country and the country is on lockdown with inter-state travel being closed down so we can’t easily get to key airports. Mr Raab needs to organise for British nationals to come home!
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    Created by Emma Redman
  • No restrictions on travel passes for the elderly
    Supermarkets have shopping hours for the elderly from 8-9 in the morning but travel passes don’t work until 9am meaning many can not access the shops. Many can not afford this - I met one elderly woman yesterday who told me this exact problem meaning she has to go to the supermarket when it had already been stripped but also when it was much busier and therefore with a higher likelihood of infection. This stress needs removing as these are not normal times.
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    Created by David Shorten
  • Cancel HS2 and divert money to public services and societies struggling financially
    Society is facing a huge threat and all funds should be used to fight this threat and support people who may be struggling financially.
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    Created by John Blewett
  • Bus service alterations
    In order to prevent runaway climate change carbon emissions need to fall drastically as soon as possible. Public transport needs to be joined up to encourage people to leave their cars at home. Matlock Interchange stop (outside Matlock rail station) provides easy access for people who get off trains and need to get onto buses. Current plans to cut services from this point give people only 3 minutes to get from the train to another bus stop for the bus to Chatsworth. It is nearly impossible to get to this in time as it involves crossing two busy roads. If the bus is missed people will have to wait for an hour for the next bus.
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    Created by Christine Grocott
  • The Battle of Winnington Bridge
    the 1909 single-track bridge is woefully inadequate and ceased to be fit for purpose several years ago if not decades ago, also the addition of 2500 more houses close to the crossing with no infrastructure is a travesty in itself without any facilities ie shops medical centre school etc on the entire estate they are all bound to leave the site for these services
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    Created by Steve Mills Picture
  • Public Transport Not Road Building in the West of England
    The Joint Local Transport Plan for the West of England contains plans for 10 new roads and 5 big road-widening schemes. These plans will damage the countryside, increase traffic, pollution and carbon emissions, when WECA and all four authorities have declared climate emergencies. The Transport Plan also contains big plans for public transport, but the money to fund those plans has not been secured. See: https://thebristolcable.org/2020/01/plans-for-new-road-threaten-bristols-countryside-and-undo-action-on-the-climate-crisis/
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    Created by Steve Melia Picture
  • 1 way roads Barry town
    For ease of traffic and avoid accidents and damage to residents cars
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    Created by David Watts
  • Keep Northern Public
    After years of providing a terrible rail service Northern was ranked the UK’s worse performing railway in Britain for passenger satisfaction. Despite this shameful performance, in the last decade alone, over £178 MILLION was paid in dividends to Northern’s private shareholders. Thankfully, Northern will be taken into public ownership from 1 March 2020. Once in public ownership, instead of passengers being fleeced for private profit, the cash will be able to be invested in providing a reliable and affordable railway, with accessible services facilitated by properly staffed stations and guards on trains. We now need as many people as possible to send a clear message to Government to KEEP NORTHERN PUBLIC and not return it to private ownership. Please sign this petition and share as widely as possible.
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    Created by RMT Union Picture
  • Alcohol free trains
    Trains should be a safe community space for all ages. The antisocial behaviour and language associated with even moderate alcohol consumption is scary for children and their families and it is increasingly prevalent. More and more children are witnessing bad role modelling by adults on trains due to alcohol. In other social spaces it's possible to move away but not on a train, due to the enclosed space and ticket system. When the problems escalate, journeys are delayed awaiting interventions. Surely everyone can manage a train journey without an alcoholic drink but managing a train journey with kids when it's populated with people drinking is hard work and for many others just unpleasant. Put on separate drinking carriages if need be.
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    Created by Amelia Hunter
  • Better Pay and conditions for Drivers (HGV, C+E)
    As there is a current driver shortage within the UK, it is important that Drivers pay and conditions were improved, having a structured pay system like other industries, and better conditions for parking would improve the recruitment in the transport industries. We want to have better facilities for drivers, there are not enough truck stops in the country, those that there are overcharge and the facilities are inadequate
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    Created by Mieczyslaw Kedzierski Picture
  • Parking on Penryn Campus
    On multiple occasions students at Penryn campus have had their cars targeted by vandals. Most recently 11 cars tyres have been flattened. By providing suitable infrastructure for student parking, not only would the uni keep us and our property safer; it would also please the residents of our community as we would not be causing an undue burden on the roads.
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    Created by Dexter Jones Picture
    This is the site of repeated accidents, the most recent on Thursday 23 Jan. The residents of Hall Green and those who use the A34 Stratford Road in Birmingham have been campaigning for many years for attention to this dangerous junction and to speeding and hazardous driving along this stretch of dual carriageway. We are scared that unless something is done urgently, the next accident will be fatal. There have already been two fatal collisions here. Improvements should include traffic lights as a priority and safety measures to prevent speeding and dangerous driving. This should include all options including the possibility of installing average speed cameras along the length of the A34 from South & City College up to the Robin Hood Roundabout.
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    Created by Lou Robson