• 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
  • Open up empty buildings in Derby and Derbyshire
    To plead to the Council to open its empty buildings to the homeless in winter. I cannot imagine sleeping rough in driving, biting winds, snow, ice and winter rain. It's inhumane. It's also inexcusable when we have so many empty buildings. Ideally it should be year round, but definately over winter.
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    Created by Nicola Wyldbore
  • Open up empty buildings in Lambeth
    To plead to the Council to open its empty buildings to the homeless in winter. I cannot imagine sleeping rough in driving, biting winds, snow, ice and winter rain. It's inhumane. It's also inexcusable when we have so many empty buildings. I'm not asking for permanent shelters; just somewhere warm and dry for our homeless to sleep in winter.
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    Created by Jamie Tulacz
  • Let west berks empty buildings save lives this winter
    People with no home, exposed to the elements this winter will get sick and could die. There are empty buildings serving no purpose. Let's give them a purpose
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    Created by Zana Daniels
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    Created by Gillian Kelly
  • Government Theft of State Pensions
    I firmly believe that the Government have unfairly increasing State Pensionable age and that if when you started work your state pensionable age was that of 60 or 65 then it should be reinstated. What is happening in todays current climate is nothing but theft. If you calculate the future invested value of £2500 per year (yours & your employer's contribution) at a simple 5% interest (that's less than what the govt. pays on the money that it borrows from overseas), after 49 years of working you'd have £892,919.98. If you took out only 3% per year, you'd receive £26,787.60 per year and it would last better than 30 years (that means until you're 95 if you retire at age 65) and that's with no interest paid on that final amount on deposit! If you bought an annuity with the money and it paid 4% per year, you'd have a lifetime income of £1976.40 per month. They call the old age pension an entitlement even though most of us have been paying for it all our working lives, and now, when it's time for us to collect, the government is running out of money, unless it is for international aid. This is money that has been paid to the Goverment and therefore should be used for our pensioners who worked to make this country what it is today. Why did the government borrow from it in the first place? It was supposed to be in a securely locked box, not to be used as part of the Government's general funds.
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    Created by Kevin Matthews
  • Save Earlswood Lakes Snack Van
    They have signed a 5 year licence in March 2015 only to be told 6 months later the pitch is being tendered out after nearly 8 years after they first got it.This place serves the local community gives a personal sevice to the elderley and disabled it is a place for people to make friends and meet old friends have a chat with Rob whilst enjoying some of the best food and prices around a family run business
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    Created by Mandy Cook
  • Swedish working hours for all
    Recent studies in Sweden have shown that a 6 hour working day is optimal in terms of productivity and physical and mental health.
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    Created by Sally Davies
  • Ealing Council become dementia friendly.
    As carer a Social event once a month which includes Chair Yoga is very important for those we care for and the cares. There are not many things we can both take part in. Memory Lane was only from 2 to 5 pm on a Saturday once a month. We were able to talk to other carers have an hour of Chair Yoga followed by some sandwiches . Then we were able to sing along to live music. A pleasant afternoon.
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    Created by Ethel Whelan