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Successful Campaigns

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Successful Campaigns
  • Stop NLC Changing School Transport
    18/01/18 - We Won! The consultation period ended and the campaigns across North Lanarkshire were successful! Parents are welcoming North Lanarkshire Council’s U-turn on cutting eligibility for free school transport – with one campaigner saying: “Common sense has prevailed”. The council abandoned the unpopular proposals in the wake of the public’s “emphatic rejection”. Read more here: https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/local-news/parents-delighted-council-perform-u-11859692
    880 Signatures
    Created by Neil Gray MP
  • Reverse the decision to exclude animal sentience from the EU withdrawal bill
    12/12/17 - We Won! Great news! Michael Gove, the Environment Minister has drafted a new law to specifically recognise animal sentience. The result of our campaign is fantastic news, this will keep standards of animal welfare, at the high levels we have come to expect, from a nation with a reputation for compassion and care. I am grateful to the Government for listening to us, and I think we should all be very proud of this achievement. - Dave Babb - Petition Starter Sky news say: "Mr Gove has been forced to act after social media campaigns by 38 Degrees, Compassion in World Farming and other groups targeted Conservative MPs, calling on them to reverse their vote against recognising animal sentience." The bill proposes ministers "must have regard to the welfare needs of animals as sentient beings in formulating and implementing Government policy". Unveiling his plans after visiting Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, Mr Gove claimed: "As we leave the EU we will deliver a Green Brexit, not only maintaining but enhancing animal welfare standards...Animals are sentient beings who feel pain and suffering, so we are writing that principle into law and ensuring that we protect their welfare." Thank you so much to everyone who signed and shared the petition! Read more here: https://news.sky.com/story/government-draft-tougher-animal-cruelty-laws-after-sentience-row-11167159
    363,824 Signatures
    Created by Dave Babb Picture
  • Save our local Disabled Children's Respite Centres
    22/12/17 - We Won! On Friday 22nd December, Carmarthenshire councillors voted to save disabled children’s respite centres. The centres were classified as an essential service and taken off the budget consultation. The centres will remain open for the next 3 years!
    460 Signatures
    Created by Leanne Owen
  • Save York Station Ticket Office and Staffing Levels.
    01/01/18 We Won! I wanted to share the good news with you that Virgin have listened to customers concerns and that their plans to revamp the station will include retaining a traditional ticket office. I think this shows the effectiveness of "people power". The local paper published an article about the petition after it was launched in July and another article about the successful outcome on Monday, 1st January. http://www.yorkpress.co.uk/news/15798711.Campaigners_welcome_ticket_office_U_turn/
    2,762 Signatures
    Created by Susan Leadley
  • PANJABI on BBC Website
    UPDATE: 3/7/17 - We Won!! I would like to thank all and everyone who took part in this campaign. I really appreciate your keen support. The good news: BBC deserve a big round of applause as it has confirmed that the Panjabi (Gurmukhi) will be added to its website in October/November. We all will feel so proud when the Panjabi will be read by millions of Panjabi cross the globe, on BBC's website. We will keep in touch with everyone and each one of you via Panjabi press, radio and TV channels to discuss on going issues with Panjabi, here in UK and on its motherland. Please, please send your supportive views, suggestions and comments to: panjabionbbc@outlook.com. Every email will be appreciated and personally answered. Heartfelt Thank You to all, Kindest regards Shinder Mahal For and on behalf of Panjabi Vikas Manch
    7,641 Signatures
    Created by Shinder Mahal Picture
  • No industrial fish farm in the Sound of Jura
    We won and the fish farm is not going ahead.
    2,822 Signatures
    Created by Philip Price
  • STOP COMPANIES FROM SELLING PRODUCTS THAT BELITTLE MENTAL HEALTH
    This campaign and petition was picked up by Huffington Post - http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/mental-health-slogan-tees-campaign_uk_59941182e4b00914164150f6 - which caused Pink Boutique, and other online outlets, to stop selling these products that belittle mental health issues. Congratulations Phil Hill!
    210 Signatures
    Created by Phil Hill
  • Stop Borth beach Metal Tree Sculpture - Stopiwch y Cerflun Coeden Metel ar draeth Borth
    14/12/17 Today Ceredigion County Council voted to reject the planning application following the public pressure and many letters and emails of objection from the local community. Thank you all for your support - our voices were heard.
    1,033 Signatures
    Created by Catrin O'Neill
  • Stop the deportation of whistleblower Kweku Adoboli
    07/12/17 Great news - The court has agreed to stop the case, and it’s now in the Home Office’s hands again, while they investigate claims that they have mis-handled the case. This means that Kweku is safe in the UK for the foreseeable future. Thank you so much to everyone who signed and shared the petition, it had a real effect. Here’s more on the story: https://uk.reuters.com/article/uk-britain-trader/fighting-deportation-from-uk-convicted-ex-trader-adoboli-wins-reprieve-idUKKBN1E12EA
    58,181 Signatures
    Created by Scott Rogers Picture
  • Keep Our SUBS* Public! [* Stroud's Subscription Rooms]
    13/12/17 Well over a month since the launch of our campaign to keep Stroud Subscription Rooms in public hands, KOSP is delighted that Stroud District Council (SDC) has recently voted to opt for leasing the Sub Rooms rather than for a sale to the private sector. As far as it goes, this is a considerable victory. IT IS GREAT NEWS! STROUD HAS SUCCESSFULLY STOOD UP FOR THE SUBS! Thank you all so much for your support; as the excellent editorial in today’s Stroud News & Journal says, it was the people of Stroud – yourselves! – rising up with a united voice that turned things around, and in true Stroudie tradition! The people of Stroud can now focus on creating a progressive solution anchored in the diversity, skills and needs of our community. From our extensive campaigning it is clear that Stroud believes that through working together and collaboratively, we can meet the challenge of scarcity and austerity, making the Subs into a vibrant hub for arts and culture in the widest sense, for all the community.
    1,475 Signatures
    Created by Richard House