• Listen to our children
    Children who have gender dysphoria have already fought enough battles without having basic human rights also removed. The self harm and suicide rate is already shockingly high due to bullying and long waits to be seen at Tavistock and I fear it will now increase as children will be forced to go through a puberty that feels alien to them. We want the decision of hormone blockers to be decided by the child, gender clinic, endocrine clinic and the parent/carer, not by a judge that does not know the child and who has limited knowledge of transgender issues.
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    Created by Laura Sinclair
  • Do not let the Home Office deport rough sleepers in Brighton and Hove
    At the start of December, the UK government introduced cruel new rules which mean that people born outside of the UK who experience homelessness could lose their right to live in the UK and face being deported. Many people who moved to the UK have worked and raised families here, but when they fall on hard times their immigration status can mean they have “no recourse to public funds” and are unable to access help with housing or any financial support. In the middle of a pandemic which has left many people out of work and struggling to keep a roof over their head, we should be helping find people safe warm homes, not putting them on deportation flights. For this policy to work, it needs local councils to let the Home Office know details of people experiencing homelessness. Several councils across the UK have committed to not sharing sensitive personal data of rough sleepers with the Home Office to prevent cruel deportations, and make sure people aren’t afraid to turn to councils for help if they need it. Sign the petition now to make sure Brighton and Hove Council makes the same promise.
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  • Serious about climate change then stop expanding airports.
    Every time an airport expands it increase its carbon footprint and increases the flights that come in and out of this country. We already have some of the busiest airports in Europe for the size of the country. How can Boris Johnson be serious about leading the reduction of climate changing emissions if he does not call a halt to all airport development now? All regional airports have been encouraged to submit expansion plans under the green paper Aviation towards 2050. Local authorities must be given the power under localism to object to local airport expansions and achieve a tangible route to stop further global emissions and start to reduce our devastating impact on our planet. Small steps towards zero emissions because no airline can categorically argue that airplanes will be able to transport at the scale they do now without burning more fossil fuels in the next 30 years. Their claims about electric flights are to be welcomed but let’s encourage action on that by stopping airport expansions now until electric transport is the norm not the exception. We will choke on promises which continue to deliver pollution.
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    Created by Donna Robertson
  • Censure Will & Kate for Breaking Covid Travel Rules
    This is absolutely the worst time imaginable for anyone to be embarking on a tour of schools and hospitals. If anyone in their entourage is, or becomes, infected during the tour, then this whole parade could turn into a super spreader event. People could quite possibly die as a result of their stupidity.
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  • Save our local pharmacies
    For months, pharmacy teams across the UK have been working without respite on the NHS frontline, playing a vital role in the nation’s response to the coronavirus pandemic and helping reduce the pressure on GPs and A&Es. But the government hasn't done enough to give community pharmacies the money they need to meet the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic. A third of family-owned pharmacies in England are now in deficit and some have closed for good. Many more family-owned pharmacies in England could soon be forced to shut their doors unless the government acts. The first step is to let pharmacies keep the money they were given for the crippling extra costs of staying open during the pandemic. This money was spent by pharmacies to provide vital healthcare and the government must keep its promise to cover these extra costs. Community pharmacies are a local lifeline. They provide vital health and social care in communities across the country, including the most deprived neighbourhoods. Please support our local pharmacies – so they can continue to keep people well and save lives!
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    Created by National Pharmacy Association
  • Give all amazon workers a Christmas bonus
    Amazon workers have worked under dangerous conditions through the Covid pandemic to fulfil all our orders. While the workers get minimum wages they have increased the Amazon owner's wealth by $79 billion in less than one year and Jeff Bezos is now worth nearly $200 billion. Surely his workers need to be properly rewarded and so we are calling on Jeff Bezos to give his workers the recognition they deserve and pay them a Christmas bonus of £5,000. This may sound generous but it is just loose change compared to the wealth they have made for Jeff himself.
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    Created by Juan Baeza
  • Identify Police excessive force larger details
    Occasionally there are officers that use excessive force using batons , tasers on people faces or heads , punching them even kicking people of all ages over the body. We need to be able to identify from a safe distance who these officers are without the need to approach them, and be arrested or caught up in an incident trying to take their details.
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  • Start a criminal investigation into Sir Phillip Green’s role in 300 million Arcadia pension hole.
    He did with BHS pensions and he is at it again!! A parliamentary investigation into the BHS pension collapse concluded the Green family had systematically plundered BHS pension fund. BUT he walked away scott free! Now the hundreds of thousands of Arcadia Group employees face the same fate of losing their pension because of a 300 million pound hole. This after, the Greens taking a £1.2 Billion dividend from the company. The largest dividend in history taken from any company ever!!!! He and his Arcadia board have a history of disgraceful, bordering on illegal practices. Whilst this Notorious tax dodger has been sunning himself on his £100m superyacht in Monico, British tax payers have been paying for his staff!! Having already availed himself of the taxer Payer funded Furlough scheme they added insult to injury when, the board declared “ We recently implemented a policy for those employees who are working their notice on furlough to receive their furlough pay instead of their full pay.” Sir Phillip Green clearly thinks he is above the law, and he certainly has been treated like he is. I guess it helps to have great friends in high places; David Cameron-who appointed him Jobs Czar and changed the law so we as taxpayers now automatically contribute to a company pension, Tony Blair who made him a Knight. Lets remind him he’s not above the law. Let’s remind him that the law is there for the rich to follow, not just for average people
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  • Create a Committee for what to do in the event of receiving a signal from non - Earth origin.
    We need to agree on what to do, if this happens, and with thousands of Radio telescopes operating around the world, it is very much possible, even likely you could say, we will receive a broadcast from non - Earth origin, and in this scenario, we need to be aware of what to do, so the government can coordinate a response, whether it be local or worldwide.
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  • Barbed wire fencing
    Recently walked along the disused railway track in West Meon following the Valley Trail (https://www.hants.gov.uk/thingstodo/countryside/finder/meonvalleytrail) and my friendly dog chased a squirrel off one side of the path. He ran through an unnecessary barbed wire fence ripping flesh off both front legs and requiring immediate veterinary care. These fences do not stop animals getting through to private spaces (so ineffective if small grazing live stock are being protected) but instead will cause injury and in some cases a slow and painful death as infection spreads over coming weeks if not treated.
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    Created by Edward Boxall
  • Armed Forces Veterans Automatic Right To UK Citizenship
    Recent cases of potential forcible removals of Fijian ex-UK Armed Forces Personnel, and their families, highlight a morally questionable policy, practise and process, that is discriminatory and has an unequal logic and an affront to previous service.   Introduction of this legislation, applied equally to all ex-Armed Forces Veterans, would close this gap and recognise service and sacrifice to Queen and Country.
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  • Erect a memorial to remember those who died from covid 19
    This virus has been a national and international accidental man made disaster and therefore the people who have died as a result should be remembered.
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    Created by Anthony Gatenby