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Lib Dems: Take Action Against Racism

To: Ed Davey - Leader of the Liberal Democrats Image created by Clive Carter, Liberal Democrat memberClive Carter, a high profile local Liberal Democrat and former Liberal Democrat Councillor (2018) created this photoshopped offensive image of the only Black leader in London.  We believe depicting a Black politician in a military uniform is loaded with racist connotations and has no place in politics.  Aligning Black British politicians to military dictatorships is a known racist trope associat

Created: 2020-06-27

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The Government and Police etc are in breach of their oaths and Contract with the people therefore it is Legal Remedy that we have a non optional guaranteed rights.Common Law loss,harm,injury,remedy

I study & advocate for the Common Law and have done for almost 10 years now. I sign many petitions however they rarely have and success for the common good, public interest and most importantly legal remedy. I moderate a Facebook private account on Common Law remedy. Sovereign Men/Women of UK for Common Law Remedy against Private Corporation. The Government and Police etc are in breach of their oaths and Contract with the people therefore it is Legal Remedy that we have a non optional guaran

Created: 2021-02-03

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Letter of Solidarity with Western Sahara

As scholars, researchers, activists and concerned individuals, we, the undersigned, strongly condemn President Donald Trump’s proclamation recognizing Moroccan sovereignty over Western Sahara.  Western Sahara is a case of unresolved decolonization.  Decolonization is not only a legal process, but a political struggle, one which has often been waged through the global public sphere. World public opinion, transnational solidarity and global attention have historically been integral to successful d

Created: 2021-01-07

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Vote of no confidence for the new trustees of the BNTVA

VOTE OF NO CONFIDENCE FOR TRUSTEES The British Nuclear Test Veterans Association (Charity Number 1173575)We, the undersigned members of The British Nuclear Test Veterans Association (BNTVA) have composed this letter to express our dissatisfaction with the following trustees (Mrs C McDade, Mr J McDade, Mr A Jones, Mr W Perriman, Mr D Taunt, Mrs S Grigg and Mr J Lax) We understand the severity of this decision and did not arrive at it hastily. Over the past several years, the BNTVA has functioned

Created: 2020-10-08

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Speed Camera on Yspitty Road

It is not uncommon for drivers to exceed the speed limit on Yspitty Road placing locals and wildlife in danger all we ask is to keep to 30mph but this is not happening, please sign if you would like to support the cause.

Created: 2020-10-31

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Duck signs/crossing

We the residents of haxby and wigginton petition York City Council to put more effective signs in our villages warning traffic about aquatic wildlife crossing the roads, we also petition for a proper Duck crossing to be put on the road in between the two ponds, our villages have had ducks and geese wandering around for many years and there have been several injuries and fatalities due to speeding traffic and inconsiderate drivers. We would like to see these measures put in place to preserve our

Created: 2020-08-14

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Facilitate online education for students residing outside the U.K for the academic year 2020-21 due to the ongoing global pandemic

Given the current circumstances due to Covid-19, and the financial and social disruptions this global pandemic has been causing worldwide, we are asking the University to show some flexibility and be understanding towards its students residing outside of the U.K. It seems unreasonable to have students pay rent, life expenses, and travel expenses in order to attend a one-hour seminar/tutorial maximum 3 times per week. Where lectures are delivered online, thus the majority of the working week will

Created: 2020-08-08

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Protect Arts and Culture Now!

Dear Chancellor and Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport. We, the undersigned arts and cultural professionals and institutions, call on the government to protect the UK’s creative sector. The arts are a critical part of the UK economy, with £21.2bn in direct turnover and £10.8bn in Gross Value Added (GVA), with £8.6bn of this generated by the market segment of the industry and the remaining £2.2bn contributed by the non-market organisations. When indirect and induced effects

Created: 2020-06-10

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NH ARTICLE 31/32 PETITION TO BAN MANDATORY VACCINATION

NH ARTICLE 31/32 PETITION TO BAN MANDATORY VACCINATION   Please Sign at the Bottom of this Page This Petition is Sponsored by New Hampshire Legislator Rep John Hikel ~               ~               ~ Summary We, the undersigned People of New Hampshire, come forth Seeking Redress and also seeking to Address and Instruct Our New Hampshire Legislature regarding the forced use of Vaccines on the People of New Hampshire. There is a sufficient amount of research that disproves the claimed bene

Created: 2013-12-05

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Make St. Ilid’s Meadow, Llanharan a Permanent Postal Round - Not Overtime Only.

St. Ilid’s Meadow in Llanharan has existed for nearly 5 1/2 years. Throughout this time the postal service has been very inconsistent, which has obviously been exacerbated by the Covid-19 Pandemic. Residents regularly go 2 weeks at a time without receiving post, and some are still waiting for post which was due before Christmas. Enquiries have been made with Pontyclun Sorting Office by numerous residents only to be told that the area is an ‘overtime only’ round and that if nobody wants to work t

Created: 2020-12-31

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