• Reduce speed on parts of the B197
    Dangerous blind corners and accessing B197 safely
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    Created by kevin Jones
  • Weekly Litter Picking in Wonford
    It is demoralizing to live in such filth.
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    Created by Yvonne Rautenbach
  • Free sanitary pads
    Periods aren't had by choice. It's something we have to struggle with every month and that's even before we've worried about sanitary care. We have the choice taken away from us simply by being women, why should we have to pay for that. Especially when things like condoms are free!
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    Created by Rachel Dyer
  • We demand the government have a public enquiry into WMAS in the Staffordshire Moorlands
    It is important that people sign this petition, as people have already lost their lives, paramedics are put under severe pressure, you might need an ambulance at anytime and if you have to wait hours for one you could die, if you cannot access a defibrillator because they cannot find the number you could die, it’s happened, if you think there is a rapid response vehicle they have been disbanded, Staffordshire had the most volunteers for RRVS until they were wiped out. It’s your life, yours family and friends lives this is really important we deserve better, Mr Marsh CEO is responsible for 5.6 million people 5000 sq miles, if lots of people died in Staffordshire Moorlands it would not affect his targets, he has admitted they will never meet the rural needs, they should they did until he changed the system, it was the best not anymore it’s broken
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    Created by Linda Malyon
  • Save Gravesend/Tilbury Ferry!!!
    Because things that are proven to be beneficial and advantageous to communities should be preserved. We need to stand up for ourselves because those in power do not seem to care
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    Created by Sally Riddle
  • PEACH members say: Make our homes safe and tenancies permanent. Keep our community together.
    Over the last decade, we have participated in hundreds of meetings, investing our time, energy, and money in the fight for our basic rights. We attempted to collaborate with Newham Council by developing our community plan and setting up a co-production Steering Group. We waged a determined battle to rid ourselves of MEARs, the outsourced landlord that charged high rents for living in disrepair. Although we successfully compelled Newham Council to transfer the management back to its own hands, our unsafe living conditions and uncertainty continues. Despite winning investments for our homes following a petition from over 90% of residents, our housing issues persist, as the root causes are often ignored and we are left in the uncertainty and insecurity of temporary tenancies. Our physical and mental health has suffered from the stress of insecure tenancies, living in unsafe homes and the closure of community spaces and high streets. Many among us, including our children, have been left disabled or chronically ill due to these living conditions. Each morning brings the uncertainty of receiving a letter that could uproot us and place us in another temporary property outside the area. We face the threat of eviction if we refuse these offers and want to stay in our homes and community. Given these exceptional circumstances, we are asking Rokhsana Fiaz (Mayor of Newham), Darren Levy (Director of Housing), and Donna Morelli (Assistant Director of Housing) to use their authority and exercise discretion. The urgency of our situation cannot wait any longer for the regeneration. We need them to facilitate the transfer of all our temporary council tenancies to permanent, secure council tenancies. We need your support to get them to listen. Please show your solidarity by signing this petition and spreading the word. We all deserve a safe and permanent home. #PermanentSafeHomesNow #KeepOurCommunityTogether See full demands here: https://bit.ly/PEACH-demands
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    Created by PEACH E16
    Because the Royal Mail is putting price to cover its own inefficiency and making the public pay for it.
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    Created by Brendan Martin
  • Restore a bus service to Stapleton, Bristol
    Despite only being a short distance from Bristol City Centre, and there being a number of bus services that run alongside the parallel Fishponds Road, no buses currently run up Bell Hill leaving residents cut off. This particularly negatively impacts people who do not drive, people with disabilities or ill-health, and visitors to Elm Tree Farm. We should also be encouraging people to travel sustainably - but this can only be done if people have a bus service that they can rely on.
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    Created by Cllr Marley Bennett
  • Vote of No Confidence In Westmorland and Furness Council
    Why is this important? Not unlike other areas of government, democracy has not been aparant in the local area for some time, however, the recent acts of the council with the public purse from the £8.3 million wasted on Voreda House, £3.8 million on credit cards, Pushing up again the council tax by 4.99% and then approving alloownace increases for councillors incoluding substantial increases for Cabinet Members. This petition is here to demonstrate to the council how we the people they are supposed to represent feel about them and their actions. It is not political but we do desire the current councillors to stand down and allow us to elect people that will democratically represent us.
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    Created by Jonathan Davies Picture
  • Add Aplastic Anaemia to the NHS website
    This is a particular problem because aplastic anaemia is frequently confused with "being anaemic" (having an iron deficiency.) Not only is aplastic anaemia absent as a condition on the NHS website, but when you search for it you are presented with pages about iron deficiency and other, less serious, conditions making this confusion worse.  This makes it difficult for people with aplastic anaemia to ask for the support they need from family and friends and leads to difficulty with taking extended time off work for life altering treatment, including bone marrow transplants. It also results in people who are seriously ill struggling to access the UK benefits system.  Many patients go to clinicians for letters that explain the impact of the condition, to take to employers. Having aplastic anaemia on the NHS conditions website would save NHS staff time and improve the mental health of aplastic anaemia patients. The Aplastic Anaemia Trust have leading NHS haematologists on their Research and Clinical Advisory Panel and have offered to draft text for a web page.
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    Created by The Aplastic Anaemia Trust Picture
  • Stop burning precious forests!
    Drax Power Station, in North Yorkshire, received £6 BILLION in free money from our expensive energy bills. Drax receives this money from the government because they consider the wood pellets they burn to be ‘renewable’ and ‘emission-free’. When in fact, they just don’t count the carbon dioxide coming out. The energy plant run by Drax is actually the BIGGEST single emitter of carbon dioxide in all of the UK. Even worse, the source of the wood being burnt was found to be from protected forests, further harming our fight against the climate crisis. Although Drax denied this, latest investigations have shown it’s still going on. Right now, the government is consulting on plans to extend this harmful deal until 2027 and with the media headlines pointing these controversies out - you can bet Drax is worried. A huge petition and public attention demanding that Drax immediately stops taking wood from protected forests could force them to act quickly to avoid bad PR. We know nothing makes a company change their bad behaviour faster than bad publicity. So will you add your name and tell Drax to stop logging protected forests?
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    Local residents are already suffering from increased levels of take-offs and landings at Farnborough Airport, and we strongly OBJECT to the proposed further increases. In the light of worsening environmental & climate change issues since previous airport decisions were made and especially in view of Rushmoor Borough Council’s own declared CLIMATE EMERGENCY, we should be reviewing and reversing earlier decisions and banning all Sunday movements, with Saturday traffic allowed only until 2pm. This will reflect that the airport is in the middle of a residential community and people should be allowed to enjoy the outdoors without heightened environmental concerns and increased air pollution. The current lack of consideration for the local community by the airport operating company was demonstrated when there was aircraft noise during the recent Remembrance Sunday services, including noisy take-offs during the 2 minute silence. If Farnborough Airport were serious about balancing airport traffic with the concerns of the local community, they would be leading their argument with the introduction of quieter aircraft with reduced take-off climbs, following the model used at London City Airport. In summary, there is no justification to further erode the quality of life for those living in the local area, when the Airport will clearly remain a viable operation with environmentally friendly operations.
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    Created by Peter Feeney