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25 February 2008

'...Re evalueate the minimum wage.' -- MRS E. BURDON
seen at 19:10, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
We suggest that the minimum wage should cater for people to be encouraged to...
'...hold a referendum on hanging' -- kevin smith
seen at 19:10, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
we the british public should be given the oppotunity to voice our oppinion...
'...Tax all goods and services outsourced abroad to preserve British jobs' -- alan smith
seen at 19:10, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Many companies are outsourcing work and services to third world suppliers...
'...investigate whether people who work for shops selling products in Britain are being exploited' -- Samuel Gosney
seen at 19:10, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Many shops are cheap for one reason - exploitation. If it takes a worker 30...
Climate change champions fulfil fact finding expedition in the netherlands
seen at 18:14, 25 February in Department for Environment, Food And Rural Affairs News - national (Our copy).
Nine young Climate Change Champions from each of the government regions fulfilled an action packed, fact finding expedition in the Netherlands this weekend.
Improving the water environment - second consultation on river basin planning
seen at 18:14, 25 February in Department for Environment, Food And Rural Affairs News - national (Our copy).
A second volume of guidance on River Basin Management Planning is published today by Defra and the Welsh Assembly Government for consultation.
Oft appoints vivienne dews as executive director of corporate services
seen at 18:03, 25 February in Office of Fair Trading News - national (Our copy).
The OFT has announced the appointment of Vivienne Dews as Executive Director for Corporate Services.
Successful crime fighting projects building safer communities across london: 2008 problem solving winners announced
seen at 17:38, 25 February in Metropolitan Police Authority News - national (Our copy).
The winners of the 2008 Problem Solving Awards, celebrating innovative projects to promote safer communities across London, were announced this afternoon.
'...create a new government department society which investigates children's standard of life and education in the uk and helps children with low standards of life in the uk' -- yunis atteyeh
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
'...create a new government department society which investigates children's standard of life and education in the uk and helps children with low standards of life in the uk' -- yunis atteyeh
'...teach children how to drive a car at the age of thirteen but restrict them from driving cars until they are 17' -- yunis atteyeh
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
'...teach children how to drive a car at the age of thirteen but restrict them from driving cars until they are 17' -- yunis atteyeh
'...Make the entertainment industry embrace the potential of the internet and allow "responsible" file sharing of copyrighted material' -- Ian Gibson
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Instead of pursuing tighter controls on "Internet Piracy" the Entertainment...
'...Add an Extra Day off at School Weekends' -- Rob Lambert
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
I feel that all school students (and even maybe for some adult jobs) should...
'...bring in a law requiring all companies in the UK who sell products to the public or other business to change their packaging to compostable or recyclable packaging by August 2008' -- Andrew Evans
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
We are all faced with being charged for the amount of rubbish we throw away...
'...scrap tuition fees for mature undergraduate students' -- Tim Hughes
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
As of 2006, all students in England and Wales are subject to tuition (or top...
'...review sentencing procedures of 'drug dealers' and drug traffickers' with the aim of determining whether swifter and longer sentences (including life sentences for traffickers) will help deter woud be offenders, and thus reduce the drug crisis in 'The
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
'...review sentencing procedures of 'drug dealers' and drug traffickers' with the aim of determining whether swifter and longer sentences (including life sentences for traffickers) will help deter woud be offenders...
'...end 24-hour drinking and return to 11.00pm as the normal closing time' -- Anthony Bennett
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
When the government two years ago decided to relax drinking hours and allow...
'...Bring the Humber Bridge into part of the UK road network' -- Dennis Grimsby
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Adopt the Humber Bridge into part of the UK road network thus funding from...
'...Uphold the law which makes it illegal to handle stolen goods by destroying and not using the data which HM customs and revenue bought from the thief who stole the information from the bank in Liechtenstein.' -- Graham King
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
HM revenue and customs has paid a thief £100,000 for data that he stole from...
'...provide mothers who can't breastfeed free formula milk for babies under one or to put a cap on prices to prevent being forced to pay over inflated prices for something their babies need to survive.' -- Rebecca Udomsup
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Not all mothers can breastfeed, in a perfect world they would be able to but...
'...Establish a Charitable Trust to Buy Soldiers Return from Active Service a BEER (or something similar)' -- Anthony Hall
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
After watching Ross Kemp talk to the soldiers about what would be the first...
'...record the registrations of all non-UK registered vehicles on entry to the UK' -- Declan Galvin
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Before vehicles are allowed to leave any traffic offences committed or...
'...Pay benefits by vouchers not cash' -- Lee Williams
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Payment of benefits should be vouchers which are used in conjunction with a...
'...Treat discrimination against single people as unacceptible.' -- Jack Briggs
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Discrimination against single people should be regarded as a serious matter...
'...Stop Telford from becoming part of Birmingham city region' -- Barry.W.Olliver
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Stop this idea by Telford councillors from joining the Birmingham City...
'...bring back saturday morning public floggings' -- Peter Livingstone
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Individuals who persistently commit acts of antisocial behaviour or petty...
'...to create a national charity workers register those who have worked as community workers , charity workers over 45 times should be knighted by the queen' -- yunis atteyeh
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
'...to create a national charity workers register those who have worked as community workers , charity workers over 45 times should be knighted by the queen' -- yunis atteyeh
'...Help for people with complex eyes' -- christoper smith
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
This petition relates to having extremly poor eyesight and have to have...
'...Consider the safety issues regarding foreign lorries on the motorways in general and the M20 in particular.' -- Julie Ratcliff
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
We would like it to be compulsory for foreign lorries to use the special...
'...Acknowledge the need to raise a greater awareness for saving the panda' -- George Drinan
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
For my school R.E project i had to make a speech about how animals...
'...Raise the age at which tobacco products can be bought every year.' -- John Clements
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
If the minimum age to buy and use tobacco products were raised by a year...
'...create a large network of marine protected areas of special no take zones' -- carl holmes
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The RSPB believes that a major study highlighting the environmental damage...
'...stop all motorbility cars' -- brian richardson
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
stop all motorbility cars to all the people who really can get around and...
'...Issue extra funding to local governments for the purpose of developing facilities for the community' -- Marc Evans
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
It has become common to see young people consuming alcohol in the streets of...
'...Stop suppliers of disabled equipment charging the earth (basically, what they like!)' -- Elaine Mitchell
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
There are very few companies who can supply good quality equipment, toys,...
'...Abolish Cafcass' -- DAVID WIDDOP
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The organisation known as Cafcass is a unfair and very biased organisation...
'...ensure no eco-town is built without a railway station' -- Dominic Evans
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
It is essential that new towns that purport to be eco-friendly provide an...
'...Extre support for people with bad eyesight' -- chris smith
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
My eyesight i really bad but is corrected by glaases 12.50 to be exact. I...
'...To stop people owning more than two houses and with a maximum of distance from their primary residence being 50 miles.' -- Byron Jones
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The current market forces are killing off rural and seaside communities as...
'...end the NHS postcode lottery of sight-saving drug Avastin' -- Debbie Atkinson
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Avastin - a sight-saving and anti-cancer drug - is currently not available...
'...Look into the monoply currently in place for car insurance firms' -- william Maynard
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
i would ask the government to look into the unfair deal given to motorist by...
'...give all Londoners the right to vote for London Mayor' -- Emily Byrne
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
At present you may vote for London Mayor if you are a resident of London...
'...reduce the entry procedure into the regular constabulary for Special Constables with two or more years service' -- Leo Thomas
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Special Constables undergo a significantly lesser amount of training than...
'...build a football court in Bartley Green' -- Ben Higgins
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
we the citizens of bartley green are getting in too much trouble because...
'...Redefine Bus Lanes as High Occupancy Vehicle lanes' -- Andrew Daines
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Observation shows that bus lanes are usually empty whilst the main...
'...to relax the immigration rules that restrict unskilled workers from entering the country so that Bangladeshi chefs can enter the country and keep our curry houses running.' -- Steven Mitchell
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
What sort of country is it that we live in that we consider a chef as...
'...knight Noel Edmonds' -- Paul Phillips
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
I Paul Phillips personally think its about time noel edmunds was to be...
'...call on Post Office Ltd not to close The Hill Post Office Branch, 82 High Street, Harrow HA1 3LW' -- J Kempner
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Post Office Ltd has announced the closure of three post offices in Harrow...
'...ensure building regulations are practical and can be adhered to by the householder' -- Sue Johnson
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Building regulations require some energy efficient lightbulbs to be fitted...
'...Reward legal road users for identifying cars without road tax' -- James McMahon
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
To assist in identifying all those who do not pay car tax or insurance would...
'...to stop innocent muslims been abused because of their religion and to educate people of other faiths about islam so that they will get the truth about islam and not what the media is presenting' -- yunis atteyeh
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
this will show people of other faiths that islam is a religion of peace ,...
'...introduce a statutary standard for cycle lanes.' -- Quentin Hawkins
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Local authorities should not be allowed merely to paint white lines on the...
'...reduce or withdraw tax on the armed forces pension if servicemen or women have completed the full 22 years service' -- Nigel Batchelor
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
British Servicemen and women are constantly paid less than other countries...
'...Put a halt to plans to demolish Basildon Bus Station and not replace it.' -- David Kirkman
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Put an end to the ludicroua proposal to demolish our bus station and not...
'...Ban smoking whilst driving' -- John Szepietowski
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Ban smoking whilst driving to ensure greater safety on the road
'...stop the import of wild caught animals into this country for sale as pets' -- GEMMA KEEN
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
I am a devoted animal lover and keep some exotic pets but they have all been...
'...Give former cricket umpire, Dickie Bird, a knighthood' -- Paul Fortt
seen at 17:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Former cricket umpire, Dickie Bird, respected by players and officials...
'...ban the use of antipsychotic drugs in the treatment of dementia and to outlaw the common practice of sedating the elderly for "convenience" and economic purposes.' -- Sue Roundhill
seen at 17:08, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Dementia does not diminish a person's entitlement to love and affection, nor...
'...Allow a person of any profession who holds a UK passport to countersign a passport form' -- Sian Fowler
seen at 17:08, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Why is it that only certain people are deemed 'suitable' to counter sign a...
Review of sex and relationship education delivery
seen at 17:01, 25 February in Department for Children, Schools and Families News - national (Our copy).
A review of the delivery of Sex and Relationship Education (SRE) in schools was outlined today by Schools Minister Jim Knight and Minister for Children and Young People Beverley Hughes. The delivery of good SRE...
80/20 Rural Vision Conference
seen at 17:00, 25 February in Commission for Rural Communities (Our copy).

Stuart Burgess, our chair and the government's Rural Advocate, will be speaking at Yorkshire and Humber and Wolds Rural Community Council’s Landmark Conference.

The...

I&DeA National sector-led forum on community cohesion and integration
seen at 17:00, 25 February in Commission for Rural Communities (Our copy).

Crispin Moor, our Whitehall Director, is speaking at this event designed to bring the sector together to:

shape policy development debate key issues network with peers...
Swedish Prime Minister
seen at 16:19, 25 February in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked what the Prime Minister would be discussing with the Swedish Prime Minister, the PMS said that it would be a usual run round of live European issues. original source.
Low Pay
seen at 16:19, 25 February in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked if the Prime Minister was sympathetic to the case for raising low pay, the PMS replied that we had policy mechanisms in place in order to deal with the issue of low pay and to encourage more people into work...
Trade Unions Meeting
seen at 16:19, 25 February in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked what happened at the Prime Minister's meeting with trade unions this morning, the PMS replied that this meeting was intended to be private, but since it was now clearly in the public domain, we would comment...
Speaker of the House of Commons
seen at 16:19, 25 February in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked if the Prime Minister shared the concerns of his Parliamentary colleagues regarding the witch-hunt against the Speaker, the PMS replied that he would not get into that subject. However, the Prime Minister ...
Death Penalty
seen at 16:19, 25 February in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked for the Prime Minister's view on the death penalty, the PMS replied that the Prime Minister's view on the death penalty, like the majority of MPs, was that he was not a supporter of the restoration of the ...
Abortion
seen at 16:19, 25 February in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked if the Prime Minister thought that the time limit for abortion should be lowered and if it would be a voting issue, the PMS said that when the Prime Minister had been asked about this in the past, he had always...
Lichtenstein
seen at 16:19, 25 February in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked if the Government had made any representations to Lichtenstein, the PMS replied that the Treasury and HMRC had put out a statement following reports over the weekend and there was nothing to add to that.Asked...
Drug Strategy
seen at 16:19, 25 February in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked if the drug strategy was regarding what was being done about cannabis, the PMS replied that the drug strategy was more about what the Government was doing in order to tackle the effects of drug use. Regarding...
Casions
seen at 16:19, 25 February in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked if there would be anything on casinos this week, the Prime Minister's Spokesman (PMS) said we should wait and see. original source.
PM unveils "a new kind of policing"
seen at 16:18, 25 February in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
Every household in England and Wales will be given access to a mobile phone number to call new neighbourhood police teams, Gordon Brown announced today.
Morning press briefing from 25 February 2008
seen at 16:18, 25 February in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
Briefing from the Prime Minister's Spokesman on: Casinos, drug strategy, Lichtenstein, abortion, death penalty, speaker of the House of Commons, trade unions meeting, low pay and Swedish Prime Minister
PM meets young peacemakers
seen at 16:18, 25 February in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
Gordon Brown has met a group of young people involved in a Metropolitan police youth project aimed at promoting peace and cultural exchange.
Uk to lead eu police mission to albania
seen at 16:09, 25 February in Home Office News - national (Our copy).
Britain's fight against serious organised crime and illegal migration has been given a boost by the UK's success in its bid to lead the EU Police Mission to Albania (PAMECA) in partnership with the Albanian government...
Scotland's Budget Documents: The 2007-08 Spring Budget Revision to the Budget (Scotland) Act for the year ending 31 March 2008
seen at 16:02, 25 February in The Scottish Government Publications - Latest (Our copy).
2007-2008 Spring Budget Revision
Scotland's Budget Documents 2008-09: Budget (Scotland) Bill Supporting Document for the year ending 31 March 2009
seen at 16:02, 25 February in The Scottish Government Publications - Latest (Our copy).
Budget Bill 2008-09
Council flood funding payments exceed 15million
seen at 15:53, 25 February in Department for Communities and Local Government News - national (Our copy).
Floods Recovery Minister John Healey today announced over £2.5million funding for six authorities across the country, to help them get back on their feet following last summer's floods.
Adjudicator publishes decision on proposal to discontinue ferndale infant and junior schools and establish a new community primary school, swindon, wi
seen at 15:45, 25 February in Office of The Schools Adjudicator News - national (Our copy).
The Office of the Schools Adjudicator has published a decision on the proposal by Swindon Borough Council to discontinue Ferndale Infant and Junior schools, Swindon, Wiltshire, and to establish a new community primary...
Ipcc concludes investigation of mps attempted murder inquiry
seen at 15:33, 25 February in Independent Police Complaints Commission News - national (Our copy).
Two police officers have each received a written warning and another two given words of advice following an Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC)managed inquiry into the running of a Metropolitan Police...
Facebook used to forge seafarer certificate
seen at 15:31, 25 February in Maritime And Coastguard Agency News - national (Our copy).
A 29 year old Bournemouth woman voluntarily attended Bournemouth Police Station on Friday and was formally cautioned after certification she used to hire a yacht last year was found to be fraudulent.
'...Classify Pedophilia as a mental disorder rather than a crime' -- Sarah Margaret Anthony
seen at 15:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
When children are sexually abused it is a well known fact that some become...
'...Place a tax on cans intended to contain beer and other alcoholic beverages.' -- V E Davies
seen at 15:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
This is with a view to discouraging drinking in open public places, often by...
'...Create a benefits system to actively support working citizens based on their income and the area they live in.' -- Emma Martinez-Lamkowski
seen at 15:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Living in London and having contributed to the UK's tax and N.I schemes for...
'...Replace the road TAX as EU registered cars can not apply for it if not registered in the UK' -- Sergei Balas
seen at 15:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
It is not possible to apply for road TAX for EU registered cars. There is no...
'...revert the nationalisation of Northern Rock.' -- Ben Shayler
seen at 15:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Northern Rock has now being nationalised by the government. There has been...
'...consider the role of OFCOM in the failure of the radio stations Planet Rock and The Jazz.' -- Damon Shinnie
seen at 15:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The Gov't has committed itself to promote Digital Radio in the UK. Despite...
'...A Kite Mark for the Internet Services ans as well as Security Software.' -- John Bright
seen at 15:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
A Kite Mark scheme for Internet services and Internet Security Software in...
'...'allow the keeping of primates by private keepers'.' -- David Randall
seen at 15:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Responsible private keepers are calling for the introduction of the code of...
'...bring in legislation regarding COLD CALLING by phone from abroad outside of the EU' -- C LAMB
seen at 15:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The Government to look at methods used by Companies located in the United...
'...Curb excessive mark ups on non alcoholic beverages in pubs and clubs' -- brian murray
seen at 15:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Current press attention focuses on cheap alcohol and the temptation it...
'...Get the Wakefield council to build a stadium & swimming pool the locals of the City Of Wakefield deserve' -- Russ Johnson
seen at 15:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The city of wakefield has got one run down stadium which needs to be...
'...not force internet service providers to act as legal representatives for the RIAA and be treated like a common courier.' -- Dug Stokes
seen at 15:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The government will soon tell internet service providers they will be hit...
'...recognise and reward Fauja Singh for all his charitable work and fundraising.' -- Kalwinder Singh Dhindsa
seen at 15:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Fauja Singh's charity work is well documented, all the money he has received...
'...allow "self defence" to be a good reason for a firearm grant' -- richard scott
seen at 15:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
'...allow "self defence" to be a good reason for a firearm grant' -- richard scott
'...arrange for a statue of the Beatles to fill the remaining plinth in Trafalger Sq as there are no monuments to the beatle in London' -- john patrick berry
seen at 15:09, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
'...arrange for a statue of the Beatles to fill the remaining plinth in Trafalger Sq as there are no monuments to the beatle in London' -- john patrick berry
'...allow executives members of Regulator utilities agencies to be voted in and approved by utilities companies 's customers' -- larbi Abekhoukh
seen at 15:08, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Ofgem, utilities regulator, consisting of non-executive and executive...
'...make of every license payer a shareholder of the BBC and to be able to vote for the nomination of the trust and executive members.' -- larbi abekhoukh
seen at 15:08, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
As a license fee payer, like for shareholders of a company, license fee...
'...Create a compulsory DNA Database for all UK based persons' -- Roger McElroy
seen at 15:08, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
At birth, every person born within UK borders to be added to DNA database...
'...allow women the right to carry of the title of freemen of the city' -- laura blankley
seen at 15:08, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
As it stands, women are not permitted to receive such an honour of 'Freeman...
'...ban taxis from using bus lanes.' -- Graham Nelson
seen at 15:08, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The whole point of bus lanes in cities is to make traveling by buses (public...
'...make the DNA database compulsory for all people resident in and entering the UK' -- Brian Spence
seen at 15:08, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Are you fed up listening to the disgruntled objectionists moaning that a...
'...Investigate the serious flaws with the Security Industry authority SIA' -- Malcolm Ord
seen at 15:08, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The security industry authority manages the licensing of the private...
'...To halt local authority job evaluation schemes and look towards developing a better way for equal pay for all without the need for considerable pay cuts for a minority of staff who are left with no support and no-one to defend their position.' -- Suza
seen at 15:08, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Single Status pay and grading reviews have, in practice, led to large...
'...Stop the vote for people on Welfare handouts' -- Michael Worrall
seen at 15:08, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
ONS figures for 2003/2004 show government expenditure on social security to...
'...ensure that all Health and Social Service authorites provided a combined 'joined up' service for adults and children with Aspergers syndrome along the lines of the Liverpool model, to include provision of Aspergers-specialised psychiatric services for
seen at 15:08, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Many people with Aspergers fall into the gap between Mental Health and...
'...REPAY UK businesses their entitlement to deduct input tax refused by HM Revenue and Customs for some 2 years for its prescribed accounting periods.' -- Monty Jivraj
seen at 15:08, 25 February in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
HM Revenue and Customs’ (HMRC) Extended Verification strategy is an ‘...
Hazel Blears webchat
seen at 12:45, 25 February in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
Hazel Blears spent over an hour this morning answering your questions on the new strategy for housing and older people, and other topics including faith, communities and regional development.
PM unveils "a new kind of policing"
seen at 12:44, 25 February in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
Every household in England and Wales will be given a mobile phone number to call new neighbourhood police teams, Gordon Brown announced today.
Pm and home secretary herald the start of neighbourhood policing
seen at 12:32, 25 February in Home Office News - national (Our copy).
New plans to give people a real say and influence over how their streets are policed were today outlined by the Prime Minister and Home Secretary.
Lifetime homes, lifetime neighbourhoods: housing an ageing society - blears
seen at 12:17, 25 February in Department for Communities and Local Government News - national (Our copy).
The Government is today publishing a major new housing strategy giving older people greater choice and addressing the challenges of an ageing population.
Uk and norway to dismantle russian nuclear submarine
seen at 12:09, 25 February in Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform News - national (Our copy).
The UK and Norway will join forces once again under the Global Threat Reduction Programme to ensure another aging Russian nuclear submarine is successfully dismantled, Energy Minister, Malcolm Wicks announced today...
Thank you for your comments. You may be...
seen at 12:04, 25 February in Commission for Rural Communities (Our copy).

Thank you for your comments. You may be interested to know that we are undertaking a programme of consultation events that are being held as part of our response to the NHS Review led by Lord Darzi. ...

New homes to cater for ageing population
seen at 11:24, 25 February in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
Older people are to benefit from more comfortable and secure housing under plans unveiled by the Prime Minister this morning.
David miliband comments on cypriot election results
seen at 11:16, 25 February in Foreign and Commonwealth Office News - national (Our copy).
Commenting on presidential elections in Cyprus, The Foreign Secretary, David Miliband, said: "The elections in Cyprus yesterday have generated a renewed sense of hope - among both communities on the island - that...
Turning up the Volume: The Vulnerable Witness Officer Pilots: Research Findings
seen at 11:03, 25 February in The Scottish Government Publications - Latest (Our copy).
Summary research findings of the evaluation of the Vulnerable Witness Officer Pilots established in Aberdeen and Ayrshire by the Scottish Executive's Victims and Witnesses Unit.
Turning up the Volume: The Vulnerable Witness Officer Pilots: Final Report for the Scottish Government
seen at 11:03, 25 February in The Scottish Government Publications - Latest (Our copy).
The final report of the evaluation of the Vulnerable Witness Officer Pilots established in Aberdeen and Ayrshire by the Scottish Executive's Victims and Witnesses Unit.
Decommissioning Programme (Draft Guidance) (Malcolm Wicks, Minister of State (Energy), Department for Business, Enterprise & Regulatory Reform)
seen at 11:03, 25 February in Written Ministerial Statements (Our copy).

It was announced in the Nuclear White Paper 2008 that, in parallel with the energy Bill, the Government will publish for public consultation two sets of draft guidance on what an approvable funded decommissioning...

Corporation Tax Bill (Jane Kennedy, Financial Secretary, HM Treasury)
seen at 11:02, 25 February in Written Ministerial Statements (Our copy).

I am pleased to tell the House that Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs will shortly publish a draft of the tax law rewrite project's fifth Bill, the corporation tax Bill, which is the first of two Bills which ...

General Affairs and External Relations Council (Jim Murphy, Minister of State, Foreign & Commonwealth Office)
seen at 11:02, 25 February in Written Ministerial Statements (Our copy).

My right hon. Friend the Foreign Secretary and Kim Darroch (UK Permanent Representative to the EU) represented the UK at the General Affairs and External Relations Council (GAERC) in Brussels.

The agenda...

Immigration (Liam Byrne, Minister of State, HM Treasury)
seen at 11:02, 25 February in Written Ministerial Statements (Our copy).

Over the next year, the Government will deliver the biggest shake up of the immigration system for over 45 years. At the beginning of the year I said reform would include new measures to attack the cause of illegal...

Dear AlanFirstly, thank you for your...
seen at 11:02, 25 February in Commission for Rural Communities (Our copy).
Dear Alan Firstly, thank you for your comments. Just to clarify - our remit was not to solely look at parish councils.  Our brief extended to all tiers.  Despite this, having checked the report...
Dear Alan -First things first - Thank you for...
seen at 10:00, 25 February in Commission for Rural Communities (Our copy).

Dear Alan -

First things first - Thank you for your comments.

Just to clarify - again - our remit was not to soley look at parish councils.  Our brief extended to all tiers.  Despite...

Johnson announces an extra 4,000 midwives for the nhs
seen at 04:17, 25 February in Department of Health News - national (Our copy).
Health Secretary Alan Johnson today (Monday 25 February) announced a package of measures to recruit an extra 4,000 midwives to the NHS over the next three years.
Ipcc's jurisdiction extended to cover border and immigration agency
seen at 03:39, 25 February in Independent Police Complaints Commission News - national (Our copy).
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) takes over responsibility for the way serious incidents and complaints involving Border and Immigration Agency (BIA) staff are handled today (Monday 25 February...
British businesses back brown's call for more apprenticeships
seen at 02:57, 25 February in Department of Innovation, Universities and Skills News - national (Our copy).
Leading employers have today committed to adding over 4,000 apprenticeship places. The announcement came as a kick-start to Apprenticeships Week and was welcomed by Skills Secretary John Denham.
Performance Inspection Summary East Lothian Council 2008
seen at 00:39, 25 February in The Scottish Government Publications - Latest (Our copy).
A summary report of Performance Inspection of Social Work Services in East Lothian
Performance Inspection of Social Work Services: East Lothian Council 2008
seen at 00:39, 25 February in The Scottish Government Publications - Latest (Our copy).
Report on Inspection of Social Work Services in East Lothian