Successful Campaigns

Successful Campaigns
  • Helping the homeless
    I have got as many people to sign it as i need.
    112 Signatures
    Created by sian 12 Picture
  • Councils in Derbyshire- declare a Climate Emergency!
    Thank you for signing the petition Councils in Derbyshire- declare a Climate Emergency!, On Wednesdays Derby City Council passed the Climate Emergency motion unamended and with no abstentions. We won in Derby, at least. Thank you all for helping make this happen. Have a look at the report in the Derby Telegraph, which begins with: Dozens of protesters who packed into the public gallery for the first meeting of a new Derby City Council administration saw unanimous agreement to create a working party to tackle climate change. See
    2,308 Signatures
    Created by Peter Robinson Picture
  • Pay the real Living Wage to Mitie Cleaners NOW
    We won! On Friday the 11th of October after more than 80,000 of us piled in we managed to get these cleaners the real Living Wage!
    82,994 Signatures
    Created by RMT Union Picture
  • West Yorkshire Combined Authority buy FirstBus and Arriva
    The West Yorkshire Combined Authority have agreed to proceed with investigating the options available to them in the sale of FirstBus. They made reference to the petition in their decision meeting and accepted the initial petition signatures. Future decisions will be required by the Combined Authority on this so further public action may be needed once the options open to them become clearer.
    824 Signatures
    Created by Andrew Dunlop
  • Hull Paragon Station - keep the station accessible for disabled people! keep the gate open!
    TransPennine Express have reopened the gate!
    53,320 Signatures
    Created by Tracy Dearing
  • Let Trump Baby Fly
    06/07/18 We won! The Mayor's office conceded that there are no rules prohibiting inflatables in Parliament Square Gardens, and that an inflatable effigy of a political figure does in fact constitute legitimate protest!
    10,599 Signatures
    Created by Leo Murray
  • 20mph zone for Cromer Road School
    03/10/19 We did it!! Finally!! The 20mph limit was approved at the Council Meeting of the 3rd October Thank you to the 700 local residents who signed the petition and supported the campaign, to the school, the staff, parents & carers & the local shops & of course to the local Labour Party members for their support. We don’t know the timescales for implementation, as the new rules about public questions are really restrictive, but it will go out for statutory consultation initially. The scheme includes an “unsuitable for heavy goods vehicles” sign at the start of Cromer Road, and a review & reset of the current Vehicle Activated Sign (which is pretty pointless where it is currently - set to go off when someone exceeds 30mph, sited within a short distance of the start of the road). CCTV to enforce the school zig zags and the one way system have not yet been approved, but council officers have said they will come back with a proposal at a later meeting. WELL DONE EVERYONE!!! This isn’t the end of the road though. We'll need to keep following up with them to make sure they stick to their promises, which I fully intend to! Thank you! Philippa Whitecross
    393 Signatures
    Created by philippa whitecross
  • Back Seni’s Law
    UPDATE 06/07/18 - We won! MPs approve 'Seni's law' to restrict use of force against mental health patients! MPs have voted in favour of a new law to restrict the use of force against patients in mental health units, despite fears the bill might be blocked. The changes would force NHS trusts to increase transparency about the restraint of patients, including making police officers wear body cameras when dealing with vulnerable people The Commons burst into applause when the private member's bill, introduced by Labour's Steve Reed, passed its third reading. The reforms are known as "Seni's law" in memory of Olaseni Lewis, who died in September 2010 after being restrained by 11 police officers at Bethlem Royal Hospital in south-east London. Read more here:
    64,755 Signatures
    Created by Steve Reed MP Picture
  • Scrap the public sector pay cap
    21/03/18 Downing Street said officials who decide pay across the public sector had been told they no longer had to limit recommendations to 1% rises. A No 10 source said: “The independent pay review bodies will make their recommendations in the normal way. We have said as a Government that the arbitrary 1% pay cap is no longer in place.”
    273,049 Signatures
  • Switch to paper cotton buds
    18/12/16 - We Won Due to this campaign Aldi, Asda, Boots, Lidl, Morrisons, Sainsburys, Superdrug, Tesco and Wilkinsons have all promised to switch to paper sticks! What a way to end the year. I'm so grateful to all the 38 Degrees members who got behind City to Sea's campaign and put pressure on our retailers to Switch the Stick. Your signatures, shares and social media action made every bit of difference ... the seas, rivers and coastlines will be a lot cleaner in the coming years thanks to you! Natalie Fee City to Sea -
    157,410 Signatures
    Created by Natalie Fee Picture