Causes and Petitions

Added 09-03-2020, Changed; 22-03-2020, 25-03-2020

Archive of petitions;

Labour Lead ship and deputy campaign outcome;

Little boxes

Political parties, political parties

All made out of ticky-tacky.

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There are red ones and there's yellow ones and blue ones.

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All look the same.

Covid-19 - Virus, Coronavirus - Symptoms. Risk of accidental war or nuclear accident and the likely hood of spreading virus due to war.

My petition (which is not active yet) and the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament's letter to your MP.


My petition:
  

The UK to support the UN Secretary-General's Appeal for Global Ceasefire

  
UK-led cease-fire of all war activities in an orderly therefore safe and with a public statement. https://www.un.org/sg/en/content/sg/statement/2020-03-23/secretary-generals-appeal-for-global-ceasefire
  
At this time when war could spread the virus lead to nuclear accident this is important. UK's military spending is one of the highest in the world so the UK is in a good position to set an example in the world. UK's nuclear force would trigger nuclear winter if all missiles were launched inadvertently.

https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/309694/sponsors/new?token=4rgTOyR6Ft8kMDeh65Wl

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Wash our hands of Trident to combat COVID19

https://cnd.eaction.org.uk/coronavirus

Nuclear Disarmament in memory of Professor Stephen Hawking.

Parliament make a full and unequivocal apology for UK's part in invading Iraq

  • Guardian article develops Jeremy Corbyn's original apology, that prompted me to create this petition. The particular article does not go off the point. The difference I have about what is stated, is that no one was deceived, people who voted for war know what war is and their civil servants, staff as well as their party organisations would have easily found out that the UN predicted over a million casualties due to all consequences of going to war.
  • 38 Degrees: Parliament make a full and unequivocal apology for uk's part in invading Iraq