THAT THE HOUSE OF COMMONS CENSURE PRIME MINISTER, DAVID CAMERON
David Cameron went to Europe to secure, in his own words, “Fundamental Change” in our relationship with Europe. The British Public expected just that, Fundamental Change. Instead, Cameron came back with a wishy-washy set of platitudes which badly served the United Kingdom. Fundamental Change should have included reform of the European Commission, Reform of the rampant corruption which permeates the European Union. There should have been reform of the Common Agricultural and Fisheries Policies. David Cameron is misleading himself, the British Electorate and the UK Parliament by his actions. We call upon the House of Commons to hold a debate to censure David Cameron for his failure to properly serve the United Kingdom.
For Oxfam to aid flood victims in the UK.
For decades Oxfam have asked the public to dig deep to aid those who have suffered natural and man-made disasters. But every one of these campaigns have been directed to countries outside of the United Kingdom. Now that disasters are befalling the UK we, the signatories of this petition call upon Oxfam to give emergency aid to victims of flooding and similar emergencies that have struck the UK. We, the signatories undertake not to contribute to Oxfam until an announcement is made by the Charity that they will, indeed, assist British families who are suffering
THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY SHOULD RESIGN
For so many years the Anglican Church has remained silent on the plight of the homeless in the UK. There has not been a word about homeless Veterans, those who are vulnerable or those who face eviction and hardship. As soon as Syrian Refugees appear, the Archbishop opens up the gates of Lambeth palace and gives them shelter. What about those who have suffered for years and have been ignored by the Church? This is disgraceful and totally unacceptable.