Petition to Amber Rudd, Prime Minister Rt Hon Theresa May
Stop uncontrolled mass immigration now
Thousands of undocumented refugees and immigrants are trying to enter the UK every week. This is now out of control and screening of many of these people has been set aside, for example, the Calais Children which saw grown men being brought into the UK recently and being described as Children. The UK government must implement full screening of all immigrants and refugees before they enter the UK. In the case of immigrants (A person who comes to live permanently in a foreign country.) They would not be entitled to any benefits, public housing, medical treatment or any other service which is paid for by the British tax payer. In the Case of refugees (A person Who has been forced to leave their Country in Order to Escape War, persecution, or Natural Disaster.) They must be Processed under the Provisions of the 'Convention relating to the Status of Refugees' ( HTTP:. . //www.ohchr.org/EN/ProfessionalInterest/Pages/StatusOfRefugees.aspx A Refugee Who is successful in obtaining the right to enter the UK will abide by Chapter 1, Article 2 - General Obligations; "Every refugee has duties to the country in which he finds himself, which require in particular that he conform to its laws and regulations as well as to measures taken for the maintenance of public order". Compliance with the provisions of the 'Convention relating to the Status of Refugees' is required.
Petition to Dean Collins, Cabinet Member Highways, Transport & Infrastructure
Please give us a safer crossing for our children!
Thank you for clicking the link to this page. I have been in touch with Derbyshire Council over the past few months to try and get a safer crossing on the A6 just outside Young Explorer’s Day Nursery (The Old Road, Greenaway Lane junction) As many of you know this is a truly awful junction when in a car, but when you are a pedestrian attempting to cross this road, it is near impossible. With the new cycle path in full swing there is an influx of more pedestrians & cyclists. We also have Audley Care which is now in its final phase meaning more elderly residents who wish to cross. Greenaway Workshop which is a small registered charity which provides adults with long term health conditions with occupation, they use the public transport on a daily basis and need to cross this road to get to their workplace. Not forgetting Darley Dale Primary and Young Explorer’s – our children have to cross here daily, whether this is to attend morning/afterschool club or simply get to their education. I feel this crossing is essential to our community. There may not have been a ‘serious’ accident here – but is this really what needs to happen before action is taken? I ask our council to please please please take notice of the community and this petition and install us all a crossing. Thank you
Petition to Anne Carlisle, Alan Murray
SAVE Falmouth Foundation - Protect the Future of the Arts
Falmouth University’s Foundation Diploma in Art and Design has been suspended as of next September. Education in the Arts is becoming increasingly downtrodden, it is the closure of essential courses like Foundations that are worth an urgent fight. A Foundation course can be essential to creative students before heading into undergraduate education, it allows a year to grow and explore practices that may be restricted during an A-Level, and Falmouth has been a leading and competitive course for almost 60 years. The importance of Falmouth is prevalent also in location - for many talented Cornish students going upcountry isn’t a viable option financially, neither is jumping straight into a degree. Falmouth offers a top level and competitive course that frankly the South West otherwise lacks. As well as being a leading course in Foundation Studies, the staff and tutors are incredible, a font of knowledge - many practicing artists or designers themselves. They deserve more than to be suspended, their hard work is reflected in the results and alumni of the course, aspirations leading achievement such as graduates from The Slade School of Fine Art, award winning directors, this years Turner Prize Winner and Turner Prize Nominee on separate occasions, and successful independent designers and artists in their own right. Please appeal to save Falmouth’s prestigious Foundation Diploma in Art and Design, if you are a previous student you will understand the quality of the course, and if you are a creative or in support of the arts it’s key courses like Falmouth that we need to fight for. It is worth more than the University may know. Let us make it clear to Anne Carlisle that the suspension of the Foundation is a huge nail in the coffin for Falmouth University. "The course gave me the environment to experiment and learn alongside likeminded individuals, allowing the breadth and depth of my practice to grow beyond my expectations. The tutors gave me the confidence to continue my studies to bachelor’s level and furthermore inspired me to return to Falmouth to establish my own career as local fine artist" - Georgia Gendall, local practicing fine artist. "The Art School has a tremendous legacy in our community and world wide. It is a stellar asset to Falmouth and Penryn but not on the current trajectory." - local supporter of the arts. As a local and recent alumni of the course myself I cannot stress enough how fundamental it was to my learning and practice. It might not bring in money, but as an investment it certainly brings fresh passion and extremely talented students to Falmouth's legacy, the University and beyond. Thank you for reading. Please sign and share.
Petition to Councillor Steve Curran
Save Feltham's Showman's Heritage from unwanted development and Community Destruction.
The Showman's Guild Community have been resident in Feltham for in excess of 100 years. They have lived as a Community in partnership with the wider Feltham Community as the Town has grown around them. The land and properties are mainly individually owned by the Showman Residents with some properties being Council Housing. The Community have built their Homes on this Estate. They base their well established traditional Businesses in this area; raise their Families and contribute to the wider Community. A lot of the residents in the Station Estate Road and New Road that are being threatened were born and have lived all of their lives in this close knit Community as have several generations before them. Feltham has recently been designated a Housing Priority Area and Hounslow Council has formulated a Master Plan in accordance with this. This Master Plan has identified Station Estate Road and the adjoining New Road Homes for development and is the only site identified that is already Residential. The Residents in this Community have been informed that they would have to relocate if this Plan goes ahead - this is against their wishes and insults the Heritage of this Community. The Council have not made any plans for this Community; they have no idea where they would relocate this Community and no understanding of the needs of this Community. Any land designated for the Showman's usage needs to be sanctioned for their sole use and be deemed appropriate; they cannot just be given open land. On Station Estate Road and New Road they have built their Homes and storage for their Businesses. The multi-story development that the Council is proposing is not necessary and not wanted by the wider local Community. It would remove the open Suburban feel of Feltham that you get when leaving the Railway Station. The additional properties being proposed would put additional strains on the Feltham Infrastructure. Please support this Historic Community and prevent them from being dispersed by signing this petition against the inclusion of This Community in the Feltham Master Plan.
Petition to Anglesey County Council
Secure the Long Term Future of The Marram Grass
When double yellow lines are installed on the A4080 outside The Marram Grass our customers will be unable to park as they did previously. Whilst it is agreed that double yellow lines would create a safer road, this change will seriously affect the future of the business here in Rhosyr. The future of the restaurant and the jobs of our employees is under threat. The application for a car park is the solution for the business and the community. The Planning Application has been submitted. Please show your support for the scheme so that The Marram Grass can secure its long term future and provide new jobs and facilities for the community by signing the petition. Visit Website
Petition to Anne Marie Bond, Lisa Antrobus
SAVE JUBILEE GARDENS, BRIXHAM.
Gordon Oliver, Mayor of Torbay has identified Jubilee Gardens, Brixham be placed on the Assets List for Disposal. Once on the list Jubilee Gardens could be sold to a developer and our green space lost forever! Jubilee Gardens, otherwise known as Land adjacent to 4 Berry Head Road, Brixham. To be auctioned off to a potential developer. Tell the Mayor 'please do not place Jubilee Gardens on the Disposal of Assets List' and help Save this area for future generations to enjoy. Contact Kevin Mowat, Torbay Development Agency, 3rd Floor, Tor Hill House, Torquay, TQ2 5QW.
Petition to Boston Borough Council, UK Parliament, The British Council
Make a new skate park in Boston Lincolnshire!
My name is Hazel Summerfield. I am 13 years old and live in Boston Lincolnshire. As a young person in this town, I feel the physical and mental well-being of people my age has been ignored and neglected. For years, the only skate/BMX facilities have been a run-down unlit, feeling dangerous and out of sight. This makes using it feel very unsafe and uninspiring. I believe this community could have so many benefits from building a new one in a central location,one that is accessible and welcoming to any and all people. The nearest decent well maintained skate park is in Skegness, which not everyone has the means to travel to. Together, we can create a safe, healthy environment for young people to socialise, develop new skills and keep fit. Please sign and share this petition, and with your help we can make this happen! Thank you Hazel Summerfield
Petition to Raymond Steel & Daniel Evans, Raymond Steel
Stop Ei Group (Enterprise inns) from raising the rent on Pubs and Venues
Ei Group own over 4500 pubs and venues in the uk and you are never far from one, but they have no interest in the community and are slowly destroying them. They feel the need to raise the rent on pubs and venues to extortionate levels to push out publicans who pour Their life, blood and sweat into keeping these places open and with ever growing beer, Wine and Spirit prices this can sometimes be harder but these pubs are kept open by communities and hard work and Ei Group keep putting the rent up to unachievable levels, sometimes doubling and when the landlord can't afford this Ei Group either turn the building into flats or turn it into a managed chain pub that has no community spirit. Please help stop this from happening all over the UK. We are loosing so many amazing pubs and venues.