• Scrap Trident in light of Coronavirus
    The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is resulting in a huge loss of life around the world with a shrinking of the world economy. The International Monetary Fund predicts that the UK will be one of the top six worst-hit economies. However, the UK Government plans to spend billions on replacing a nuclear weapons programme that it could not possibly consider using without catastrophic consequences for all it's citizens and the world.
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    Created by Myles Lobjoie
  • Gambling promotions from YouTuber's
    Important because the viewer will not see the full advantage of the YouTuber has compared to the average person which will only get the 100% promotion on one occasion. The YouTuber will constantly promote, by way of posting a link in the forum to join the casino through there link..the viewer will noticeably see the YouTuber winning a lot of money during the stream from the YouTuber, however the YouTuber will always have a advantage with all the 100% match deposit & bonuses. Important because of all the vulnerability of potential customers thinking they can do the same as the YouTuber.
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    Created by Michael Thompson
  • Better Pay and Conditions for Care Workers
    We undervalue the importance of this sector and with the cutbacks over the last ten years their conditions have become worse and worse. With the demographic that we are all getting older and living much longer this sector is under massive stress. By increasing their wages and improving their conditions, this will attract more caring people.
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    Created by Ross Rennie
  • Permanent Free Bus Pass for Door to Door Care Workers
    I have seen the valuable work Door to Door Care Workers do at first hand, caring for my bed bound Mum during the Coronavirus Pandemic. Their dedication and hard work, going from one house to the other to provide much needed care services by bus as none of them can afford a car on their meagre wages.
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    Created by Martha Lutterodt
  • Freeze bedroom tax
    It's important because it's a ridiculous tax on the poor and those on benefits especially the spare bedrooms you can just fit a bed in .
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    Created by Denise Brennan
  • Full benefits despite savings
    People are suffering not being able to claim benefits for having over £16,000 or being penalised for having less than this with their benefit claims if over the £6,000. It's not fair. People have been saving for houses, children, amongst other things. Please raise the limits so we don't have to use our savings to live on that we may need in later life.
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    Created by Christopher Wilkinson
  • Universal credit advance repayments
    This is important to me as I do not want to see me or my family struggle anymore, nor anyone else. This is affecting us massively and I can assure you this is probably affecting a lot of other households.
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    Created by jade doogue
  • Helping out families of deceased front line workers
    These families will suffer because their loved one stood on the frontline of the pandemic to protect the whole country. They should have their financial worries taken care of, by us, not bear this burden alone. They have made a huge sacrifice for all of us. We should ensure that they do not have to make further sacrifices.
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    Created by Johanna Parkinson
    Due to the loss of a parent who was a key worker during the Covid 19 outbreak many of their children will face additional struggles as they grow up. Attaining their education height will be one of these challenges. These key workers died trying to protect the entire country and their sacrifice has to be rewarded. I call on the United Kingdom government to establish a scheme that will ensure that the state takes up the financial responsibility of educating the children of these key workers up till university level.
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    Created by Dele Akinrin
  • Free advertising for Domestic Abuse charities on Facebook
    Because Covid-19 isn't the only virus that can kill in these days, so is apathy and ignorance. Women, and men, will be in isolation without the safety of a 'home'. As we hear the increase in calls for support for domestic violence/abuse has risen 120%, we can be sure the 'real' number of cases will be far higher. If I was where I was 18 months ago, I would not be writing this. At a time charities are struggling, these large companies should not be profiteering from their determination to save lives. I have lost teeth, i have many scars, I will not loose my voice to fight for every humans right to live without fear of their partner or family. Please sign, the monetary value on safety has to stop!
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    Created by Caitlin Marchant
  • Don't Leave Disabled People Behind
    The Government has chosen to ‘focus on new claimants’ by providing an extra £20 a week for people claiming Universal Credit. By doing this, they are discriminating against millions of disabled people on other out of work disability benefits. Disabled people are experiencing additional costs and risks as a result of COVID-19, but are without the extra support they need to manage these. As a result, people are having to choose between heating their home, or paying for a taxi to go and collect their medication because public transport is too unsafe. They are having to put themselves at risk by going to their local shop because they can't afford the minimum spend needed to get a free food delivery. Disabled people have been expected to survive on inadequate benefit levels for years. It is unacceptable that now, in a time of national crisis they are being left behind. The Government have, by increasing the rate for some, admitted that people need more financial support. They must now provide a better safety net for everyone. MP's and over 100 disability organisations have already called on the Government to provide parity between the support given to new benefit claimants, and the millions of people who were already on disability benefits. Will you sign the petition to ensure people aren't pushed into debt? Will you sign to ensure people's safety? Don't leave disabled people behind.
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    Created by Ella Abraham Picture
  • Ensure those on energy meters get free power supplies
    Those who are on gas and electric meters are often the most vulnerable in society, including the elderly and disadvantaged families with children. They should not live in fear that they might run out of a power supply at this challenging time. This not only puts people at a physical health risk, but can also heighten the mental health risks of isolation.
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    Created by Deborah Dawkin