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Mid Ulster

Mid Ulster is a constituency in Cookstown, Northern Ireland. The seat has been held by Francie Molloy (Sinn Féin) since March 2013.

Current MP

Name: Francie Molloy

First elected: 2013-03-07

Party: Sinn Féin

Francie Molloy is the Sinn Féin MP for Mid Ulster, and has been an MP continuously since 7 March 2013.

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The people of Mid Ulster have contributed a total of 4,917 signatures to 332 currently open petitions. That's a lot below average.

Top petitions in Mid Ulster

Open petitions with the most signatures
  1. Cancel GCSEs and A Levels in 2021
    Opened on Wednesday 19th August 2020
    451 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  2. End child food poverty – no child should be going hungry
    Opened on Wednesday 14th October 2020
    416 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  3. Prevent any restrictions on those who refuse a Covid-19 vaccination
    Opened on Tuesday 4th August 2020
    310 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  4. Ensure Student Nurses are paid whilst on placement
    Opened on Thursday 22nd October 2020
    300 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  5. Prevent gyms closing due to a spike in Covid 19 cases
    Opened on Wednesday 12th August 2020
    296 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  6. Lower university tuition fees for students until online teaching ends
    Opened on Monday 5th October 2020
    202 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  7. Reclose schools and colleges due to increase in COVID-19 cases
    Opened on Tuesday 22nd September 2020
    195 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  8. Require universities to partially refund tuition fees for 20/21 due to Covid-19
    Opened on Wednesday 29th July 2020
    146 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  9. Repeal the Coronavirus Act 2020
    Opened on Thursday 28th May 2020
    121 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  10. Keep schools closed until Covid 19 is no longer a threat
    Opened on Friday 5th June 2020
    110 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  11. Require Coroners to record when a death resulted from using a prescription drug
    Opened on Tuesday 28th July 2020
    102 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  12. Ban the exploitative import of young puppies for sale in the UK.
    Opened on Saturday 27th June 2020
    78 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  13. Teach Britain's colonial past as part of the UK's compulsory curriculum
    Opened on Wednesday 10th June 2020
    77 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  14. Broker a ceasefire for all sides in Yemen to carry out humanitarian aid
    Opened on Thursday 16th July 2020
    66 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  15. Award all Nursing Staff in the NHS a pay rise of 10% backdated to 1 April 2020
    Opened on Friday 29th May 2020
    65 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  16. Protect Retail Workers from Abuse, Threats and Violence.
    Opened on Friday 24th July 2020
    62 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  17. Let Us Dance - Support nightclubs, dance music events and festivals
    Opened on Thursday 30th July 2020
    60 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  18. Publish false positive and negative Covid-19 test data for Pillar 2
    Opened on Thursday 1st October 2020
    59 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  19. Enshrine the Military Covenant in UK Law
    Opened on Friday 31st July 2020
    59 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  20. Reform the Gender Recognition Act.
    Opened on Friday 24th July 2020
    55 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

Open petitions of local interest
  1. Require Coroners to record when a death resulted from using a prescription drug
    Opened on Tuesday 28th July 2020
    102 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  2. Ensure Student Nurses are paid whilst on placement
    Opened on Thursday 22nd October 2020
    300 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  3. Cancel GCSEs and A Levels in 2021
    Opened on Wednesday 19th August 2020
    451 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  4. Publish false positive and negative Covid-19 test data for Pillar 2
    Opened on Thursday 1st October 2020
    59 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  5. Prevent any restrictions on those who refuse a Covid-19 vaccination
    Opened on Tuesday 4th August 2020
    310 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  6. Lower university tuition fees for students until online teaching ends
    Opened on Monday 5th October 2020
    202 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  7. Extend the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme for the travel industry
    Opened on Tuesday 8th September 2020
    15 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  8. Keep schools closed until Covid 19 is no longer a threat
    Opened on Friday 5th June 2020
    110 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  9. Repeal the Coronavirus Act 2020
    Opened on Thursday 28th May 2020
    121 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  10. Support provision of lipreading and hearing aid friendly face masks
    Opened on Thursday 16th July 2020
    25 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  11. Establish a peoples scientific and medical panel
    Opened on Friday 4th September 2020
    36 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  12. Allow the British public to vote on the legalisation of cannabis
    Opened on Friday 10th July 2020
    40 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  13. Extend the suspension of the Universal Credit Minimum Income Floor
    Opened on Thursday 22nd October 2020
    20 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  14. Do not pass the Covert Human Intelligence Sources Criminal Conduct Bill
    Opened on Tuesday 13th October 2020
    29 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  15. Enshrine the Military Covenant in UK Law
    Opened on Friday 31st July 2020
    59 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  16. Protect Retail Workers from Abuse, Threats and Violence.
    Opened on Friday 24th July 2020
    62 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  17. Ban the exploitative import of young puppies for sale in the UK.
    Opened on Saturday 27th June 2020
    78 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  18. Reverse measures allowing women to access at home abortion.
    Opened on Friday 22nd May 2020
    12 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  19. End lockdown to prevent further economic damage to the UK’s economy.
    Opened on Friday 15th May 2020
    34 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

  20. The government to allow the opening of nightclubs.
    Opened on Tuesday 21st July 2020
    18 signatures so far in Mid Ulster

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