• End pay freeze for working class heroes
    Their standards of living have been sacrificed to the ideology of austerity The whole world has witnessed their preparedness to sacrifice themselves for others- with no thought for their own safety As a society we should be ashamed of how they have been treated and made an example of. But this hasn't lessened their commitment to serve, to sacrifice and to run towards danger. Lifting the pay freeze is the least we can do.
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    Created by Paula Stott
  • Stop penalising Special needs schools
    we want the best for all of our children no matter what their needs or capabilities
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    Created by Julie Isles
  • No free copies of The Mail, The Express and The Sun.
    These are biased and racist and should not be allowed to be seen free of charge.
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    Created by Tony Lashley
  • Save our lollipop man for Sutton Manor Primary
    Our school is on a very busy road with links to the motorway and link road near by. Traffic seem to use this road a lot as a short to these routes. I feel our children will be in danger and many fatalities will occur? If we lose him .
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    Created by Brenda Anders
  • Save our lollipop lady freda merton bank road
    Shes been a part of most the adults lives whos kids now attend this school, merton bank road is always a busy road with traffic coming from every direction especially at school times, losing freda is to much of a risk to all the children + parents who attend the school!! St helens council will have blood on there hands
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    Created by Lisa Westhead
  • Make Bonham Road Resident only Parking
    Having parents park their car on any bit of space/ pavement they find is dangerous, accidents are occuring it's making it even more difficult to cross the road to get to the school. Children and adults that walk to school are almost getting knocked down by the people pulling up on to the pavements. It makes the road much too busy and puts people at risk.
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    Created by Louise Orriss
  • Publish the report on the foreign funding of extreme Islamist groups now.
    After Manchester and London Bridge, Theresa May says the UK is too tolerant of extremists. Yet this report may never be published due to its "sensitive" contents, meaning it is thought to focus on Saudi Arabia, which the UK recently approved £3.5bn worth of arms export licences to. After so many deaths there is no excuse for this blatant hypocrisy. Before taking away more of our civil liberties she must publish this report Cameron commissioned. If it results in the UK doing no further business with Saudi Arabia and UK politicians being humiliated for past trade that is better than fuelling more terrorism. See http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/home-office-terrorist-funding-report-saudia-arabia-focus-not-publish-conservatives-government-a7766381.html And http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/manchester-attack-salman-abedi-salafi-jihadism-wahhabism-isis-al-qaeda-islam-muslim-suicide-bombing-a7754301.html
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    It is no secret that Saudi Arabia in particular provides funding to hundreds of mosques in the UK, espousing a very hardline Wahhabist interpretation of Islam. It is often in these institutions that British extremism takes root. An investigation into the foreign funding and support of jihadi groups that was authorised by David Cameron may never be published, the Home Office has admitted. The inquiry into revenue streams for extremist groups operating in the UK was commissioned by the former prime minister and is thought to focus on Saudi Arabia, which has repeatedly been highlighted by European leaders as a funding source for Islamist jihadis. The investigation was launched as part of a deal with the Liberal Democrats in exchange for the party supporting the extension of British airstrikes against Islamic State into Syria in December 2015. Tom Brake, the Lib Dem foreign affairs spokesman, has written to the prime minister asking her to confirm that the investigation will not be shelved. The Observer reported in January last year that the Home Office’s extremism analysis unit had been directed by Downing Street to investigate overseas funding of extremist groups in the UK, with findings to be shown to Theresa May, then home secretary, and David Cameron. However, 18 months later, the Home Office confirmed the report had not yet been completed and said it would not necessarily be published, calling the contents “very sensitive”.
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    Created by Steve Trimmer
  • Create a law to Make all packaging recyclable
    Because our environment is being overloaded with waste.
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    Created by Adam Thomas
  • Ensure future US compliance with the Paris Agreement through future trade deals
    Trump's decision to withdraw the US from the Paris Agreement could have devastating consequences for all of us. This short sighted move designed to protect the American economy by removing regulation related to emissions cannot be allowed to work. It is all of us who will pay the price, and we cannot allow US polluters to profit from this.
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    Created by Pete Massey
    We have had a post office in the village of Kedington over 50yrs. It is essential to keep the post office in the village as it caters to the elderly, the disabled, people without transport that would not be able to get to the nearest town 5 miles away. Our post office is run exceptionally well and this must not be allowed to happen.
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    Created by Brenda Phillips
  • Fishing matches
    Because nothing is been done at the pond for the children any more like it used to.
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    Created by Dawn Black