• Close Clydach Vale Puppy Farm
    This is important for the animals and birds. They are kept for breeding for financial gain, the owner has no licence and the dogs and puppies are not microchipped. About 10 Jack Russell Terriers live outside in small filthy pens with 'slops' to eat and are rarely let out to run around. There are 3 small indoor pens in a tin hut each with a whelping box. There is no bedding or blankets, no toys, just sawdust. The puppies have little human contact and are not socialised, some are sold at 6 weeks old. Rabbits and guinea pigs live in small hutches on inches of their own waste and no run or grass. Doves are kept in a hutch as are wild magpies that have been caught. None of the animals can display their natural behaviour birds should fly, rabbits should run, puppies should be loved and well taken care of, they should not be taken away from their mums so young. They look frightened and bewildered when they are carried away. It is heart breaking watching them being taken away so young
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    Created by jamie BARTLEY
  • Compulsory Drugs Testing for MPs and Lords
    Equality under the law - If Fred Bloggs on a council estate was caught in possession of a class A drug he would be arrested and banged up for a few years. Why should MPs be exempt? Professionalism - If a professional gets done for drugs they are removed from their place of work. Michael Gove passed legislation to remove teachers from the profession if they are have been on drugs. Why should MPs be exempt? Judgement - MPs vote on and pass the laws that govern us, any one of them could be PM. How can we trust their judgement if it is clouded by the use of drugs, particularly in the use of nuclear weapons?
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    Created by Peter Bray
  • Please Declare a Climate Emergency
    We have less than 11 years to take urgent action to limit global warming to 1.5°C or we risk catastrophic and irreversible runaway climate change; this was the stark warning from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report Global Warming of 1.5°C. Humans have already caused approximately 1.0°C of warming, the devastating impacts of which have been seen around the world in the form of reduction of sea-ice in the Arctic, loss of coral reefs and extreme weather events. Warming greater than 1.5°C will result in grave consequences for our local and global environment. Rising sea levels and uninhabitable areas will displace millions of people worldwide. Shifting weather patterns, heightened risks of extreme weather events such as floods and droughts and the demise of insect species will result in global famine, water shortages and soil infertility. But it’s not too late. The IPCC report says that limiting Global Warming to 1.5°C may still be possible - but it will require ambitious action from national and sub-national authorities, civil society, the private sector and local communities.
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    Created by Laura Palin
  • Rationalise Electric Vehicle Charging Payments
    Range anxiety is a very real concern to motorists tempted to make the switch away from dirty fossil fuel powered vehicles. At the moment there is a huge variety of ways to access public charging points but most of them require separate apps or membership or separate cards. I want to be able to access any charging pod and use my existing credit or debit card to make the payment, exactly as I would if I visited a petrol station. If the government wish to meet their obligations under the climate change agreements they have signed, this would be a simple piece of legislation to encourage the changeover to electric vehicles.
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    Created by John Glazer
  • Stop the Stewartfield dual carriageway
    This is bad for the people of Easr Kilbride. It will cause huge damage to the environment and the increase in traffic will harm the health of the children in the area.
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  • Talk to who?
    Mental health is one of the front campaigns that our government are highlighting recently advising ‘its good to talk’. That’s great but to who. Our NHS mental health sector has no money to deliver enough quality and qualified people to talk to. The waiting lists are horrendous. People are suffering, families don’t understand, friends are few and far between. Yes, it’s good to talk, talking can resolve many a problem, but if there is nobody we can rely on and the mental health services can not provide this support then WHO ARE WE SUPPOSED TO TALK TO? no good talking to a wall. People suffering do not want to pick up the phone and talk to a stranger, it’s hard enough picking up the phone when it’s someone we know. Provide a service where people can be seen within days/weeks not months/years
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  • Install a safety Zebra Crossing on harbour road Seaton
    Hello, My name is Jay Cross, and I am a resident in Seaton. It has become very apparent that on harbour road directly outside the premier inn, many of the guests there and locals attempt to cross the road to access the road leading to the seafront opposite. The nearest zebra crossing is not until Darty’s Tattoo Studio, which for some elderly and young families with pushchairs etc this can be problematic as it is a bit of a walk. (To some of us able bodied younger individuals, this is no problem, but as Seaton is a older town, this is a problem). I was wondering if there was anything we could to to put in an application to get a zebra crossing installed directly opposite the premier inn bridge to the other side of the road? This is the direct link to the sea front for those guests that use the premier inn to access it, and for those locals in this end of the town. Many times I have seen people waiting long periods of time, near misses and so on on this part of the road. Unfortunately, people will cross where people will cross, and this being a hotspot will continue to cause problems. I would hate to see a fatality due to the road lay out here. Likewise, cars drive very fast along harbour road, and perhaps a zebra crossing traffic management system would help to ease this issue and make our town safer for everyone. Thank you for your time in reading this email, I look forward to hearing from you in the near future. All the best, Jay Cross Seaton Resident
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  • Save Trecadwgan Farm for the Community
    Trecadwgan is a historic place, dating back to the 15th century with links to a Welsh Prince named Cadwgan. It is in an ideal place for a community run farm based on the principles of Food Sovreignty, Agroecology and Biodynamic Agriculture. The is an opportunity to create something wonderful for generations to come if the county council are prepared to work with us and cancel the auction.
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    Created by Rupert Dunn
  • Change legal definition of Vegan for products.
    To make clear that to vegans that cares about animal welfare, whether products have been tested on animals.
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  • Ask Chelsea FC to reimburse the Arab man who's cafe the fans destroyed.
    Football clubs need to take some responsibility for the action of their fans.
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    Created by Jean Stoughton Picture
  • Callum’s memory
    My son hung himself on the 18/05/19, society has stigmas about seeking help or medication and there is lack of education in schools on mental health
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    Created by Michelle Speck Picture