• Bio gas not fracking gas
    Although the scientific community have understood the dangers we face in climate change this is only just beginning to filter into the general public. MPs seem to be very loath to understand the issues. People have been saying fracking is safe rather than understanding that it is another fossil fuel and will contribute to global warming. Its short term safety is irrelevant. Why not spend our time and energy cleverly to produce the gas for our carbon neutral future. Invest in the small because we understand the big picture. Who are the lobbyists that persuade our MPs to allow our landscape to be ransacked for something that will only encourage more extreme climate events? Biomass gas could be an income stream for our farmers and Councils while giving us a carbon neutral gas. Invest now in our long term future - not in a fossil fuel.
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    Created by Marianne Martin
  • Dredging of all rivers and waterways to prevent flooding
    It's absolutly vital that all waterways are drained correctly and if the outfall being ditches or rivers are not clear and dredged fields flood and overwhelm the rivers causing them to breach their banks and flood defenses causing havoc and damage to property's, animal livelihood in flash floods and extra costs reinstating burst flood banks which could all be avoided if dredging of rivers and ditches were carried out yearly, it's such a simple process which could save massive costs in repairs and insurance claims.
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    Created by John Mcintosh
  • Understanding the benefits of getting disabled people into work
    During Channel 4’s leaders’ debate, a member of the audience asked what the Conservatives plan to do to get more disabled people into work. David Cameron replied that the culture of employers needs to change. I could not agree more. I am a visually impaired qualified business administrator who has also studied business studies seeking a new job in the administrative or marketing profession. I have been asked questions during interviews that would never be asked of a non-disabled candidate – such as how I use the telephone – despite evidence of my competencies and ability to do the job. According to the Labour Force Survey, disabled people remain significantly less likely to be in employment than non-disabled people. It is not enough to comply with disability discrimination legislation or to offer “guaranteed interviews” to disabled applicants. Employers fear that disabled employees will be a burden and so reject these candidates – on grounds such as lack of experience in an area of work not essential for the job – even when they perform well at interview. This is important to me as I am a disabled young individual who is desperate to find work, but to barriers which employers put I place, cannot get a job. This is very frustrating for me, as I want to give something back to the community as wellraising awareness that disabled people can work and are just as qualified as able bodied people
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    Created by isobel calladine
  • Uber: Pay your tax
    Uber has an estimated value of 33 billion in four years trading. In setting up in the uk it has appointed a friend of David Cameron as its head . At the same time it has registered its uk tax office in Amsterdam. According to an investigative tv programme (which I will not name incase its shut down) four existing London hackney cab drivers paid £23,500 in tax last year. Uber with its many drivers in London and other major Uk cities paid in total £2000 less. The Uk tax revenues will yet again be diminished even more as this corporation expands further. Where will these lost revenues for the NHS education and defence be replaced from. Who are the beneficiaries of this lost UK tax revenue.
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    Created by chris loughlin
  • I the undersigned wish to see the GP’s Surgery at Luddendenfoot maintained
    Whilst it’s great to live in such a beautiful part of the region, rural areas get a rough deal when it comes to services. I want to see the Doctors Surgery in Luddenden maintained to ensure those who depend on these services can continue to live in our area.
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    Created by Owen Gilroy
  • Enviromental Justice Tax/Cost !.
    If there are not enough replies the government will think no one cares and we will be the losers.
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    Created by Gordon Sim
  • Online Election Voting
    Many folk now live their lives around the internet and it would certainly involve more of the younger end of society in our democracy, who after all have a voice on the future of our country. An online voting system would surely produce a more accurate reflection of all the population.
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    Created by Bryan Thomas
  • APOLOGIES
    Because as Prime Minister he shouldn`t be allowed to get away with it !!
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    Created by Peter George
  • Taxes for Life not Death
    To refuse us this right is to force us to compromise our own beliefs. The elected government should not have the right to force individuals to contribute towards actions that will inevitably lead to the deaths of others, especially when a proportion of those deaths, however small you may personally believe them to be, are likely to include innocents
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    Created by Peter Hynes
  • Our Prime Minister should apologise!
    People in the UK should be in no doubt that all of our elected representatives, in Parliament, can be trusted not to sympathise with Terrorism. If Our Prime Minister does not believe this he should say why, or apologise for making the comments attributed to him.
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    Created by Ian Rickard
  • BANKS RULE US.
    We are far to dependant on the banks. If you were unable to get a bank account life would be ormost impossible Consider paying bills . receiving your salary . getting a rental property. The effects are far reaching . The banks charge what ever they want and increase charges when ever they want . You have to have a min monthly earning either £500 or £1000 or they will not give you an account. Looks like the banks run the UK not the Gov.
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    Created by Michael youngman
  • Keep the Homeless safe and warm
    Its important to look after our less fortunate people in society .
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    Created by Andi Fox