To: John Bercow - Speaker of the House of Commons

John Bercow. Stop MPs behaving like Children during Prime Minister's Questions.

John Bercow. Stop MPs behaving like Children during Prime Minister's Questions.

Every week Westminster hosts Prime Minister's Questions. This is an opportunity for MPs to voice their constituents concerns directly to the Prime Minister.

The issues discussed are important to many people in the nation, and yet it is used as a shameful display that is reminiscent of children in a football crowd.

As the Speaker of the House, John Bercow has the power to enforce a code of behaviour on MPS. I ask for everyone to voice their concern at the behaviour of MPS during Prime Minister's Questions and ask John Bercow to enforce a code of behaviour that is more fitting for the Mother of Parliaments, and less like the antics of naughty school children.

Why is this important?

Every time MPs persist in this disgusting behaviour they cheapen our democracy. They trivialise the important issues that affect many ordinary people in the UK.

I believe it is an important reason why politics and politicians are held in such low esteem by the general public.

Our democracy deserves better than this.

How it will be delivered

In person to the House of Commons

United Kingdom

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Reasons for signing

  • Because it's ridiculous!

Updates

2017-09-21 22:46:07 +0100

25 signatures reached

2017-09-17 15:13:23 +0100

10 signatures reached