Petition to Moya.Greene@royalmail.com
Save the local royal mail sorting offices in Tyldesley and Atherton.
We have been told that our local sorting office in Tyldesely and Atherton are relocating to Wardley, Swinton. These collection and sorting offices are well used, well liked and are essential to our town, community and businesses. If these sorting offices were to shut it would mean a 10 mile round trip to retrieve mail for the community and businesses. These sorting offices are also vital collection points for our elderly and disabled who are able to use these offices due to them being local, people with out transport will also be hit hard and it would be an extra cost if they wanted to pick up there mail. Please sign and lets try and change the managements minds from closing our local sorting offices.
Petition to The Irish Government
Lower motor insurance prices
Unfortunately for Irish citizens and residents motor insurance policy prices have been close to extortionate for years especially for young persons looking to insure a vehicle of any description. In 2015 insurance companies decided to cross the line and drive everybody's motor insurance policy's through the roof it's not acceptable and we want it to be stopped. Regulations should be put in place and the market should be opened to allow other European companies to provide the same service.
Petition to Jeremy Corbyn MP, Theresa May MP, Sadiq Khan, Nicky Morgan MP, Amber Rudd MP, Vince Cable MP, Nicola Blackwood MP, James Wharton MP, Mark Dreyfus QC MP, James Morris MP, David Laws MP, Mary Macleod MP, George Eustice MP, Stella Creasy MP, Anna Soubry MP
Make credit agencies accountable for their decisions
I want to change the criteria for how people get credit. I feel that the population, as a whole, are held to ransom by credit agencies. My first experience with credit agencies was when I was a student studying at University. I wanted to change my bank over to one where I could have a student overdraft. I made an appointment, and went through all the necessary details. I was then told they would need to run a credit check on me. I was not overly familiar with what a "credit check" was, I had only seen adverts on the television telling advertising free credit check, none the less I agreed to it as I was told it was policy in order to be eligible for a student overdraft. I was declined. I was mostly confused as I really did not know why I was declined. From there, I then entered into the highly contradictory world of credit agencies and how their system works. How can someone be denied credit because they have not built up their credit? If you miss a payment on your phone contract (IT HAPPENS TO EVERYONE) you are then penalised because your credit score has been dropped? What I and many others find incredibly perplexing is that you can be denied credit by one agency and then accepted for credit by another! Surely the criteria should stay the same? There are millions of people across the UK that would not have the money upfront to pay for items such as washing machines, fridges, freezers and the list goes on. Getting these items on finance is a wonderful solution, enabling everyone to spread the cost of payments and especially people that perhaps can not afford to pay it all in one go. But of course what stands in your way - a credit check. On the 18th October 2016, I accompanied my mum to a store to purchase a new bed. My mum has bought two beds previously from this store both of which she purchased on finance. She never missed a payment, nor was ever late with a payment and on one occasion even paid her credit off early. However, today she was denied credit, not by the store itself, but of course by the credit agency despite her excellent record of payment as a loyal customer. This makes no sense whatsoever and highlights the illogical decision making of credit agencies. I might not have endless knowledge about credit checks (who does) and know the ins and outs of how it all works, but I do see a system that does not work and needs a major overhaul. Members of the public are penalised by credit agencies and often not even told the reason unless they pay for a report. Society in general, whatever their background are at the mercy of credit agencies. I understand that credit checks are a fact of life today, however getting penalised for missing a payment and different credit agencies working to their own rules, that often differ with other credit agencies. The whole system is illogical. I would like to bring this situation to the attention of all the political parties, with a view to this matter being looked into and a much needed change to the system.
Petition to Boris Johnson MP
Scrap the driver CPC
Scrap the driver cpc, Waste of time and money, Many people have left the industry due to the cost of this, New drivers aren't coming into the industry because of the cost of the compulsory 35 hours training, A lot of the courses don't have anything to do with the job. Not recognised in some EU countries. And refund all payments made under the scam.
Petition to Motor Industry Ombudsman of South Africa, Ford SA
FORD SA Kuga Buy Back
Ford South Africa's inept handling on the Ford Kuga recall in South Africa has left South African Kuga owners with a financial dilemma. Owners of the Kuga have been left with a vehicle that cannot be sold or traded-in to any dealerships. This includes the Ford dealer network. Is this really fair to the consumer that has supported Ford SA over the years? Can Ford SA honestly tell the Southern African public that they care about their customers? The are always very quick to try and get consumers behind the wheel of their cars but obviously this is where their relationship with their customers ends. Their are consumers facing losses of up to R 400 000.00 due to Ford's design faults, not their mistakes. Is this honestly fair of Ford SA to act this way? The time has come for the South African consumer to stand up and tell big business that we are not here to serve them, we are not here to be trampled on but rather they exist because of us. Without us they cannot survive. We are not asking for the world but rather simply fair treatment from Ford. Offer all Kuga drivers a buy back option at a realistic market based price before your nightmarish handling of the Kuga fires began.
Petition to Edaran Tan Chong Malaysia
Lifetime wheel bearings & aircond compressor fans replacement for Malaysia's Nissan Almera
I bought my Almera M/T E specs from Tan Chong Bayan Lepas in January 2013. My left rear wheel bearing spoiled in July 2013 and I got the replacement done free of charge under warranty. This car model is known to be problematic with wheel bearings and air-cond compressor cooling fans malfunction that happens to too many units of this model and had been reported to occur in as high as 90% of the car units from the owners of Almera in Malaysia, meaning that this is something very ridiculous! Wheel bearings are not 'wear and tear' parts and they are supposed to last the lifetime of the car as a norm. Even my previous car Proton Wira still did not suffer from any wheel bearings problem by the time it was 11 years when I sold it off in 2011. How can a car like Almera that I only bought for less than 1 year suffer from wheel bearing malfunction even though the total mileage was only 4770 km at the time of the replacement? I believe this must be caused by the part supplier issue or even the faulty design to start with initially. I do believe that Nissan Malaysia doesn't intend to solve the wheel bearings issue at all because there are still many complaints from Almera owners by those who recently purchased the cars in 2015. It's been more than 3 years since the Almera model was launched in Malaysia and until today majority of the owners still need to replace the wheel bearings (and fans too) pretty often. Now that it's February 2016 and I believe that I am encountering the same wheel bearing problem for the similar left rear side because I could hear humming sound coming from that side when cruising at 60 to 80 km per hour. This bearing was already replaced in July 2013 previously and it is failing again! How could this keep happening over and over non-stop? Don't tell me that Nissan Almera owners need to bear the cost of wheel bearings replacement for the lifetime of their cars while other car owners of the Toyota and Honda makes can have their worry-free days regarding wheel bearings throughout the duration of their car ownership? I demand that Tan Chong Malaysia replace my bearings (fans in future) free for the lifetime of my car ownership because I know Nissan did a bad job either during the car design stage or the parts that their supplier has been supplying (and will continue to supply) are defective without any means to address the well-known wheel bearings and fans problems forever. I don't mind gathering all the Almera owners in Malaysia with wheel bearings and fans complaints to petition publicly against Nissan Malaysia by going to the mass media in order to make Nissan Malaysia walk the path of Volkswagen by joining them in the Hall of Shame and eat their humble pies together.
Petition to Ed Vaizey (Local constituent for wantage and didot)
KEEP THE 67/ 67A TOWN SERVICE.
Residents of Stanford In The Vale and surrounding Villages between Wantage and Faringdon will be unable to travel without the use of the bus route 67 and 67A provided for by Thames Travel and paid for by Oxfordshire County Council. This is one of the major routes for local villagers and having it scrapped just for Budget Cuts will mean pensioners and other residents without use of own transport cant get out to do shopping or visit health care professionals, not to mention students of Faringdon Community College and Swindon College who use the 67 route to get to and from their studies on a weekday. Is this what we want? If not please club together and sign this petition so we can tell Oxfordshire County Council where to stick there cuts. This has also been sent to Ed Vaizey to help keep our service going.
Petition to Ryanair
Ryanair: Reward your loyal customers with a frequent flyer programme.
Ryanair may face criticism in the mainstream media but to all of its loyal fan base, Ryanair is synonymous with excellent travel at unbeatable prices. The wondrous experience of paying a fiver to fly across Europe is an epic myth to which millions of passengers will testify to. Oh Ryanair, we love you but, do you love us? The low fares airline isn't all as beautiful as its aggressive yellow and Chelsea blue colour scheme to which so many dazed passengers have fallen in love. For one, there is no rewards programme for us, its devoted fan base. A loyalty benefit would not be a question of baiting your customers so that they stay true to you because, let's face it, you will always be the cheapest and therefore inevitable option. Moreover, feel free to make the actually monetary value of your rewards insignificant, we would expect nothing more. It is a matter of having a miles programme which we can be proud about. In a world where stats are used for everything and yet mean nothing, this number would be different. A Ryanair miles sum would be a badge of honour, a sign to bring respect to he/she who has had most experience with, yes, its deepest pains, but most importantly, the sky-high joys of your airline. We all want to be your biggest fan, but how do we know who is? Who is it that has never fallen for your sneaky tricks to load us up with everything from insurance, car rentals, hotels, buses, a new luggage set, or priority bathroom queue jump? Who has best optimised their packing strategy to maximize carrying capacity at a minimal overcharge risk? Who perfected the art of last-minute check-in to obtain a free emergency exit seat? Who is the champion of the 4 am wake ups for 6 am departures? Who was it that started the jubilant applauses after your fantastic, although unfortunately now passed away (RIP), trumpet tune; to which so many scared-for-their-lives newbies so gratefully join in to? Who has made the longest journey from those remote abandoned airports one lands at, to the actual cities bearing their names? Who can truly call themselves Ryanair's number one fan? Only a miles programme will shed the light. Yes, you make low fares simple, but why do you make it so difficult to love you? Open up, accept the embrace. Start a rewards programme. Let's come together in one big low-cost family. How about a group hug?