Not to Relax or Repeal Fox Hunting Ban The Prime Minister David Cameron has ‘sympathy’ with calls to scrap a law banning farmers from using more than two dogs to flush out foxes, Downing Street said. It would mark a first step towards the coalition fulfilling its pledge to stage a [...]
Close Date: Monday 7 April 2014,
Free vote on Royal Mail Privatisation An opportunity for members to debate and voice the opinions of the public with regard to the proposed privatisation of Royal Mail [...]
Close Date: Monday 16 December 2013,
Prime Minister referral to Standards committee In this day and age it is undemocratic if not open to allegations of impropriety for the PM to decide whether any member of the cabinet or MP regardless of party affiliation is alleged to have broken the ministerial code is referred instead I propose [...]
Close Date: Tuesday 18 June 2013,
No increase in the United Kingdom's EU contribution Before the Government agrees to pay the annual EU contribution , or agrees a reduction in the UK rebate. This must be approved by a free vote in the House of Commons. [...]
Close Date: Tuesday 30 April 2013,
Binge drinkers should pay for police and NHS time Binge drinkers should pay for police and NHS time they incur, rather than the government trying to punish the majority of responsible drinkers with ever increasing duty on alcohol.
Close Date: Saturday 8 December 2012,
Avoid Double-dip Recession & Ease Taxpayer Burden In order to help avoid the forecasted double-dip recession in 2012 and ease the current burden on the British taxpayer, we request the government to immediately stop any further overseas aid, cut the "green" programme and wind turbine subsidies, and [...]
Close Date: Thursday 29 November 2012,
UK to have a referenum on membership of the EU This government should hold a full referendum following a free vote (unwhipped) in the House of Commons by MPs on the continued membership of the UK of the EU.
Close Date: Friday 26 October 2012,
The Peoples Parliament The below citizens of the UK petition the UK government to hold a debate within the UK House of Commons to reduce the number of Members of Parliament and The House of Lords to 100 in each chamber with a free vote for all MP's to be conducted after [...]
Close Date: Wednesday 25 January 2012,
No 'Knee Jerk' epettions should be considered. There is a great danger in these times of increased stress that the ease with which epetitions can be created and signed can lead to Parliament having to spend valuable time on well intentioned but ill-considered issues.
Close Date: Friday 17 August 2012,
Block government bank holdings sale without commons free vote. The government should not be allowed to sell these bank shares off without full commons oversight, and to sell at a loss (taking inflation into account) must have all party support.
Close Date: Wednesday 15 August 2012,
A Free Vote on the Hunting Act Please hold a free vote on future the Hunting Act and if appropriate bring forward a Bill in Government time to repeal it. [...]
Close Date: Sunday 12 August 2012,
Free Vote on EU Membership The below citizens of the UK petition the UK government to hold a debate within the UK house of commons on the status of the UK's membership of the EU, with a free vote for all MP's to be conducted after the end of said debate. [...]
Close Date: Sunday 5 August 2012,
House of Commons to have Free Vote on Imposition of Junior Doctors Contract The government have chosen to impose a contract on Junior Doctors without evidence that such a contract would improve weekend care without deterioration of weekday care. Imposition is rejected by the Royal Colleges and Hospital Chief Execs. It must [...]
Close Date: Wednesday 17 August 2016,
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