Petition to Theresa May MP, Conservative party
Theresa May to resign as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
As a country Theresa May promised us that we would not have another general election.When the polls were looking good for Theresa May she called a snap general election in which the result has put a Brexit negotiations in jeopardy. Theresa May was the defence minister and had knowledge of one of the London attackers going to Syria and yet did nothing leading to a fatal terriost attack on British soil. Theresa May was also a MP who wanted the UK to stay within the EU but yet has now got control of negotiations and this informs the british people that the deal might not be what we voted for on the 18th of June 2016. By Theresa May making the decision to call a snap general election she has proven to be untrustworthy and also has shown that she cares about her own personal success rather than help make the UK a prosperous nation again. To make this worse she has even decided going into coalition with the DUP and this is what Theresa May will do for power. With all of this happening I think Theresa May should resign and let someone who wanted Brexit to be in charge of negotiations to let the UK get the best deal possible.
Petition to Beaconsfield Conservative Association
Deselect Dominic Grieve MP
The EU referendum was a decisive democratic decision taken by our country. Dominic Grieve MP has failed to respect this decision, despite representing a leave constituency. In the recent EU (Withdrawal) Bill Commons votes, Dominic Grieve MP has tried to tie the Prime Minister's hands with a "meaningful vote" amendment, which is nothing more than an attempt to stop Brexit. Dominic Grieve MP has repeatedly stated that the UK should remain in the Customs Union and the Single Market, despite the fact that country has voted to leave the EU. Dominic Grieve MP does not represent his constituents and does not adhere to the manifesto on which he stood. He seeks to further her own beliefs and has attempted to derail the Brexit process and negotiations. In signing this petition, we urge the local conservative association to deselect Dominic Grieve MP.
Petition to Prime Minister Theresa May MP, David Davis MP (Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union), Karen Bradley MP (Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport), Jeremy Corbyn MP (Leader of the Labour Party), Tom Watson MP (Deputy Leader of the Labour Party, Shadow Secretary of State for Culture), Keir Stamer MP (Shadow Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union), Vince Cable MP (Leader of the Liberal Democrats), Ian Blackford MP (SNP Westminster Leader), Caroline Lucas MP (Co-leader of the Green Party), Jonathan Bartley (Co-leader of the Green Party)
Ask Government and Parliament to Support Free Movement for Musicians Post-Brexit
Most professional musicians and performers rely on touring and performing in the European Union to make a living. Being able to travel is essential to keep a music career going. Being able to travel easily is equally important as gigs are often organised at short notice. We need free movement to continue for musicians working in the EU, with minimum administrative burdens. Before the European Union, travelling in Europe was tough – it was expensive, heavy on the admin, and time-consuming. Musicians who’ve had to go through the visa process for the United States know how costly and confusing it can be. We don’t want musicians’ rights in the EU to go backwards, and we don’t want music in the EU – or the UK – to be restricted by unnecessary expense or bureaucratic burdens. “Music, and the performing arts more generally, rely on exchange of ideas and interaction between performers of different nationalities. Music flourishes in an open world with no borders — not a closed-off island that looks inward on itself” – MU General Secretary, and founder member of Darts, Horace Trubridge. Over 100 MPs and Peers have committed to protecting musicians’ right to move freely and easily in the European Union (EU) after Brexit. Let’s show the Government, MPs and Peers that they must support musicians working in the EU. The Musicians’ Union is made up of over 30,000 musicians across the UK. Our members are already writing to their MPs asking them to support our pledge, and sharing their experiences of working in the EU across social media using the hashtag #WorkingInTheEU. Please add your voice to our call. Sign and share the petition #WorkingInTheEU. Stay up to date! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram, like us on Facebook and keep an eye on theMU.org/Brexit for our latest campaign news.
Petition to Theresa May MP
Give the people a say on the terms of Brexit
The citizens of the UK voted to leave the EU last year, while it was never made clear on what 'Brexit' really meant. Now one year later, the government has got the negotiations off to a terrible start; fighting amongst each other, slandering opponents, failing their election gamble and still struggling to agree on what Brexit really means. The EU is growing impatient and so are we. It is time the people are given a voice to decide on what their vote last year really meant. Stop the government from determining the future of the next generations of the UK, let the people decide what is best for themselves and their children
Petition to Michel BARNIER, Theresa May MP
Joan and Lynn want a Green Card for Europe #EUGreenCard
Français - Español - Deutsch - Italiano - Polski We are two individuals, one from the UK and the other from the EU, campaigning for a Green card so we can work and live freely between the two states. Here's our story. Joan's story My name is Joan (John in English) – I am an EU citizen in the UK, a nurse and an award-winning NHS change-maker working to improve care for patients across the UK. I am also the father of three beautiful children. I feel scared about what will happen to my family and to me when Britain leaves the EU. I am worried about my kids’ education and our access to healthcare. I feel insecure about my long term rights to stay in Britain. I don’t want to be a second class citizen. The British government’s offer of settled status “deal or no deal” (unilateral guarantees) is a step in the right direction but it is not enough by itself. That’s why I’ve joined forces with New Europeans to campaign for a Green Card for Europe.” An #EUGreenCard would give me: - physical proof of my settled status as an EU citizen in the UK - guarantees of all my rights as an EU citizen in the UK - permanent right to return to the UK - backing of the EU - peace of mind Lynn’s story My name is Lynn and I’m a British national living in the EU. I’m a journalist and a translator and I don’t want to lose my right to freedom of movement. I also have a disabled step son who is very well looked after by the Spanish authorities. I am concerned about our access to care post Brexit. I don’t want to apply for Spanish citizenship which would mean giving up my UK passport and rights if my step son and I ever return to the UK. That’s why I’ve joined forces with New Europeans to campaign for a Green Card for Europe. An #EUGreenCard would give me: - physical proof of my status as a Spanish resident - free movement rights within the EU - right to equal treatment - recognition of my qualifications - ability to retain my UK citizenship Help Joan and Lynn get what they need to sustain their livelihoods post Brexit. Join the call for an #EUGreenCard Sign this petition Please note that a lot of the updates we send end up in spam filters - please make sure you allow emails from change.org to stop this happening! And for information updates directly from New Europeans, sign up here:www.neweuropeans.net
Petition to Theresa May MP, Council of the European Union, European Parliament, European Commission, UK Parliament
To revoke article 50 and stay in the Eu
We believe that Brexit is the biggest mistake this country could possibly make. There are so many reasons: 1. Our kids need to be part of Europe to have a more choices for their future we should not deny them any opportunities 2. Being part of a bigger market force helps keep our food costs down and gives us high quality. 3. Businesses will leave the UK to ensure staying in the EU marketplace. 4. Jobs, our job security depends on being part of the EU 5. Business Travel and holidays will become more costly and take longer with borders 6. Transporting goods both in and out of the UK will become more costly and affect everything we use more or less because Britain manufactures very few products. 7. We need migrant workers for the NHS, community care and farming, isn't it better to get them from our neighbouring countries. 8. We are more secure being part of EU. 9. We have improved our workers rights and standards because of being part of the EU. 10. We receive grants to help with roads, poverty, environmental projects 11. Deprived areas of our country get major investment. 12. The EU is our Biggest Customers for our Goods and Services. 13. EU helps us by just by being part of a major voice in the world. 14. Animal welfare rights, got to protect our animals our own government didn't transfer the major protection here of EU law.. 15. Science and Education benefit from sharing knowledge and ideas. 16. Euratom, medicines and medical research all better and cheaper within EU. 17. We can campaign to change EU from within if we want to. If you feel we NEED to stay part of the EU and benefit from being EU Citizen as well as British then please lets get this madness stopped quickly and before we spend too much money on this nonsense. There is so many better things to be spending time and money on as a country. Please add your signature now and tell our government to stop Brexit before its too late.
Petition to Parliament of the United Kingdom
Humanitarian Brexit for EU citizens - is it too much to ask?
If we do not want to be hostages of the UK government in politics against the EU after Brexit, sign this petitions. Only through a parliamentary debate we can make changes to the current provisions on EU emigrants. Let us fight for inalienable rights. Errors and inadequacies in the EU citizens' registration system are classic examples of ignorance of power, social and human problems. Can't it be done in a civilized way? Currently, once you cross the border your passport to already being checked. Isn't it possible to register a person in the system at the same time? Why do we need costly electornic systems when everybody has to submit an online application about what they did, where they were from and whether they have any pending convictions anyway? Surely, all that data is already stored in the system. We should all stop this paranoia! It seems as tough we are going back to the Middle Ages and that all of a sudden the government does not know how many immigrants are in the country. They also don't seem to know how much tax we pay. Ideally, the registration system should be changed to validate the data that has already been collected. We shouldn't allow the government officials to make irrevocable decisions!
Petition to Jeremy Corbyn MP
My vote for Labour is NOT a vote for Brexit
Dear Jeremy, I voted Labour on June 8th 2017. However I believe very strongly that the U.K. should remain in the European Union. The marginal result of a flawed referendum should not be taken as 'the will of the people', particularly as it becomes increasingly clear that the promises made to those who voted 'Leave' cannot be kept. In my view Brexit will not only be extremely damaging, it will also be very costly both in money and in government time which could be much better spent addressing other matters. I ask you to please respect my view and to never assume or claim that every vote for Labour in the 2017 General Election was in support of Brexit - mine was not and I believe many other Labour voters feel the same. Yours sincerely Gill Vance