It follows that this petition may not be necessary, if recognised procedures exist to redress the problem. There is also argument for leaving it up though; it offers an avenue for the public to register their own opinion on the matter. The numbers will give us a feeling of how strongly the issue of crimes against humanity is felt in UK..
This petition doesnt yet 'speak' with for voice of the silenced masses. We have too many missing voices still.
So, if you know 'outsiders' interested in expressing their opinion on whether the ICC might discuss potential human rights violations in the UK, with particular reference to gender-based matters, please let them know this avenue exists.
Your opinion does matter. You already know mine.
Would you like me to write this letter I'm planning, or are we not too bothered about it ;)