Petition update

Correcting Errors

D K Thomas
Salisbury, ENG, United Kingdom

Jun 14, 2018 — What should we do when we make a mistake?
- Should we say sorry and leave it at that?
- Should we say sorry and proactively try to change?
- Or should we say nothing and ignore the mistake?
What would you do......?

The only true way for any individual to develop, is to acknowledge our errors and change our course of action.
In other words, ‘turn around’ or ‘turn over a new leaf’.

This simple truth applies to governments too.
All governments are run by people, and all people make mistakes.
When a government makes an error, the fall out is greater and more:
Individuals,
Families,
Communities and
Countries are affected.
Thankfully the remedy is still the same.

1. Admit the error,
2. Stop doing the action(s) that caused the error,
3. Correct the damage of the error(s) to the best of your ability.

A government’s ability to correct any error, is far greater than that of the individual. This fact can give us hope!

Let us petition our goverment to not only correct errors caused from miscarriages of justice, but also those of the error of incompassion. Then our future UK Immigration Policy will be set on a better course, and guided by a greater moral standard, to the benefit of all.


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