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PETITION FOR WOMEN'S RIGHTS IN LEBANON

PETITION FOR WOMEN'S RIGHTS IN LEBANON PRESENTED BY THE THIRD VOICE FOR LEBANON (LEBANESE SOCIAL AND POLITICAL POLICY AND THINK-TANK GROUP) La3emvoix@groups.facebook.com LAWS AND PRACTICES: Lebanon adheres to the United Nations Charter that states that all men are free and equal and have equal rights with no discrimination between men and women. Despite its adherence to the Charter of the United Nations and the signing of international treaties, there is still much discrimination against women b

Created: 2011-11-05

Time period All countries United Kingdom
All time 3637 345
2021 0 329

Bring back 60s music to BBC local radio

No music before 1965 on local BBC Local  radio, oh how i despair.A recent playlist on Radio Manchester featured 53 songs from the 2000s 10 from 1990,22 from 1980, 8 from 1970 & 1 from 1967.We are blessed in the North West with Radio Manchester ,the hard work put in by the production teams is only surpassed by it's presenters like Becky Want Phil Trow & Mike Sweeney to name a few.Support for the local community & businesses is always at the forfront of its presentations but what is th

Created: 2020-08-16

Time period All countries United Kingdom
All time 305 290
2021 0 290

Victoria - Asset of Community Value

The Victoria has served the local residents of western Oldfield Park for over 120 years, providing the focal point, meeting place and social space where neighbourhood relations were formed and renewed. Until its recent closure the Vic also provided a range of in-house activities including pool, snooker, darts and skittles – each well-supported by teams organised into leagues. It also hosted a wide range of outside clubs and organisations. Until it changed hands in 2016 the Vic had been viable as

Created: 2020-04-26

Time period All countries United Kingdom
All time 286 283
2021 0 283

Locals against Aldi on Mon Bank

At the end of June residents of Mon Bank were greeted with diggers and workers from Aldi assessing the grounds at the front of our estate (looking towards Belle Vue Park). Upon contacting Aldi we've been told that a public consultation will be taking place, however we would like to prevent this proposed supermarket from progressing any further NOW! To date local residents have not been officially informed of any plans, there is a tiny piece of paper which Aldi put on a post near the area confirm

Created: 2020-08-08

Time period All countries United Kingdom
All time 277 276
2021 0 276

NHS frontline staff to be provided with FFP3 PPE masks during work - ESNEFT .

At Ipswich and Colchester Hospitals, the current advice regarding PPE mirrors PHE's misguided advice that surgical masks, gloves and an apron are adequate protection against Covid-19.  Staff members at ESNEFT have fallen ill, and even died following contracting Covid. Many believe they caught it from work.  Staff have concerns around the increased transmissibility of the new strains of the virus, the lack of ventilation on wards, the rapid increase in covid admissions, and the fact they feel inh

Created: 2021-01-15

Time period All countries United Kingdom
All time 269 268
2021 5 268

Share the burden of commuter parking across Marshalswick South and Clarence Wards fairly

It is accepted that a parking scheme needs to be implemented in Marshalswick South due to concerns around issues of safety and traffic flow and the review of the existing Ladder Roads CPZ to address the unfair way in which the streets in Marshalswick South bear the brunt of the commuter parking problem is welcomed. However, under the revised proposals that were published in August 2020 almost the entire burden of commuter parking will continue to be borne by Marshalswick South whilst streets of

Created: 2020-09-13

Time period All countries United Kingdom
All time 219 219
2021 0 219

New Look Lymedale coronavirus staff protection

On Monday, the 23rd of March 2020 Prime Minister Boris Johnson addressed the nation on coronavirus. He said: " From this evening I must give the British people a very simple instruction - you must stay at home. Because the critical thing we must do is stop the disease spreading between households. That is why people will only be allowed to leave their home for the following very limited purposes: shopping for basic necessities, as infrequently as possible one form of exercise a day - for example

Created: 2020-03-25

Time period All countries United Kingdom
All time 216 211
2021 0 211

Interest in a Crisis Café in Market Harborough

We are reaching out to the people of the Harborough District to see if there is any interest in a Crisis Cafe in the town for mental health support, counselling, to get information or just somewhere to go to talk and hang out with a coffee. 

Created: 2021-01-02

Time period All countries United Kingdom
All time 198 196
2021 0 196

Divine wellness Manchester

Hi We would like people to support us with our vision in creatingDivine Wellness Manchester  At the moment this building is an abandoned building, it's a beautiful building and myself and my nephew would like to bring this building alive. Our vision is to create a family friendly social space where people can come and enjoy our fresh organic home-made vegan foods, it would be a place where everybody is welcome to learn about health and how to cook healthy meals for themselves because everything

Created: 2020-06-30

Time period All countries United Kingdom
All time 203 196
2021 0 196

Stop Dove Barn Development

Kings Lynn & West Norfolk Borough Council has received a licence application to use a three acre field known as Dove Barn Meadow on the A134, Northwold, Norfolk, as an outdoor venue for what will mainly be music events. The application is for permission to hold these events including alcohol sales from 11am to midnight, Monday to Sunday throughout the year, for up to 4,999 people.Northwold and Whittington Parish Council has lodged objections to the application on the four permitted grounds.

Created: 2020-10-30

Time period All countries United Kingdom
All time 196 191
2021 0 191