Ability to Vote Against Petitions

There are a number of e-petitions currently active that UK residents should have a right to oppose, as well as vote in favour of.

Using the current system, a topic becomes escalated to commons after 100,000 signatures. It is easily possible that the rest of the UK may disagree with the subject, but have no ability to pronounce this disagreement other than creating an opposing petition - a laborious and cumbersome method of showing negation which most people are unlikely to do.

This petition moves that the government allows users of this website to add their signature directly opposing the contents of a petition, as well as in support.

This e-petition has been rejected with the following reason given:

There is already an e-petition about this issue.

You can't sign this petition because it wasn't accepted for publication. But you can still give your opinion on it here at!

Do you support or oppose this petition?

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Created By

Fraser Mullen

Created On

Wednesday 2 May 2012

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