Submitted on Thursday 8th October 2020
Rejected on Thursday 15th October 2020
Current status: Rejected
Rejection code: duplicate (see below for details)
Put into law historical monuments belong to the country not the local council.
To put onto law any changes to our historical monuments, buildings, streets, and British heritage are controlled by national government not local councils, our history belongs to all the British people, not just the people in control of a local area.
The vast majority of people in Britain are proud of our great history, to see it slowly being changed on the whim of minority groups because it offends them is causing racial tensions that have never been there before, if they are offended by anything British they do not like the country they have decided to call home, its not British values and history that has to change, its the minority groups that have to change and accept British history and values, we like Britain and don't want it changed
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