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11 March 2008

Highways agency advises drivers to take care on roads as met office forecast severe weather in northern england and the north midlands
seen at 20:14, 11 March in Highways Agency News - national (Our copy).
Drivers across the country, particularly those in the north and north Midlands, are today being warned that severe weather may affect their journeys overnight tonight (Tuesday) and during Wednesday morning.
Severe gales return to the uk
seen at 19:37, 11 March in Met Office News - national (Our copy).
Another bout of severe gale force winds is predicted to affect the UK, with many central and northern areas likely to see the worst conditions.
'...remove the charitable status of independant schools.' -- Jacob B.
seen at 19:10, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Independant or private schools are companies. The government provides...
Forced marriage an evil in our society - bridget prentice
seen at 19:07, 11 March in Ministry of Justice News - national (Our copy).
Forced marriage is an appalling and indefensible practice that the Government is working hard to stop, Justice Minister Bridget Prentice said today.
Madam Tussauds
seen at 18:24, 11 March in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked about the waxwork situation, the PMS said we had always been very clear about the situation and were slightly baffled by some of the reports yesterday. As the letter we had released to the media made clear...
Sentencing
seen at 18:24, 11 March in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked if the Prime Minister agreed that judges and magistrates had overacted to high profile cases when it came to sentencing, the PMS said that Lord Phillips was proposing new sentencing guidelines that had been...
MP’s Expenses
seen at 18:24, 11 March in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked if the Prime Minister thought today's recommendations were a step in the right direction, the PMS said that as we had consistently made clear, the Prime Minister would welcome any step towards greater transparency...
Citizenship
seen at 18:23, 11 March in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked what the Prime Minister's view was on teenagers swearing an oath of allegiance to the Queen, the PMS said that the Prime Minister's view was that he very much welcomed Lord Goldsmith's review of Citizenship...
Corporation Tax
seen at 18:23, 11 March in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked if the Prime Minister thought it would help schemes such as the National Enterprise Academy if the rate of corporation tax for small businesses was cut, the PMS replied that the Government had made a lot of...
Cabinet
seen at 18:23, 11 March in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
The Prime Minister's Spokesman (PMS) began by telling the assembled press that it was a slightly shorter Cabinet than usual; there would be another meeting of Cabinet tomorrow to discuss the Budget.The main items...
Morning press briefing from 11 March 2008
seen at 18:23, 11 March in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
Briefing from the Prime Minister's Spokesman on: Cabinet, corporation tax, citizenship, MP's expenses, sentencing and Madam Tussauds
Macquarie/national grid wireless merger
seen at 18:21, 11 March in Competition Commission News - national (Our copy).
The Competition Commission (CC) will allow the completed acquisition by Macquarie UK Broadcast Ventures Limited (MUKBV) of National Grid Wireless Group (NGW), subject to the agreement of a package of measures to...
Hilary benn responds to review into handling of foot and mouth disease
seen at 18:19, 11 March in Department for Environment, Food And Rural Affairs News - national (Our copy).
Environment Secretary Hilary Benn today welcomed a report into last summer's Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) outbreak.
4 million to help local authorities fight climate change
seen at 18:19, 11 March in Department for Environment, Food And Rural Affairs News - national (Our copy).
A new £4 million programme to help local authorities tackle climate change was announced by Environment Minister Phil Woolas and Local Government Minister John Healey today.
Pesticide residues committee - third quarter report 2007
seen at 18:19, 11 March in Department for Environment, Food And Rural Affairs News - national (Our copy).
Information Bulletin
First solvent schemes taken in to fas
seen at 18:16, 11 March in Department for Work and Pensions News - national (Our copy).
Around 4,000 people who lost savings when their pension schemes were wound up by solvent companies will be potentially eligible for financial help from a Government scheme.
'...Position speed limit signs a minimum of 20 metres from any junction' -- Gavin McCulloch
seen at 17:09, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Many speed limit signs are positioned right at a junction, making them hard...
'...help us stop traffic pollution by doing a NO car day once a week' -- Curtis Ambrose
seen at 17:09, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
help us stop traffic pollution by doing a NO car day once a week (inc...
'...adopt the polluter pays principle to the big alcohol compaines.' -- martin oswin
seen at 17:09, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
All of the major players in the drinks and alcohol and entertainment...
'...put in an overpass for the A406 at the Hanger Lane roundabout' -- Rupert Penny
seen at 17:09, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The Hanger Lane roundabout in West London (where the A40 meets the A406...
'...Ban all forms of beach angling' -- Rod Breaker
seen at 17:09, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
I would like to see a complete ban on all forms of beach angling because of...
'...Stop operation stack on th m20' -- matthew austen
seen at 17:09, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
For a few years now operation stack has brought troubles to ashford and many...
'...provide proper funding for Rape Crisis' -- Ben Davies
seen at 17:09, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
We commend the invaluable work of Rape Crisis in bringing much needed...
'...Close the tax loophole which allows so called non domiciles, to avoid tax on their earnings, by claiming another country as their home.' -- Rob Levy
seen at 17:09, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Mega wealthy ,non domiciles are living in the UK ,but paying lower taxes...
'...Support the use of the Mosquito Device as a tool against Anti Social Behaviour' -- Steven Stewart
seen at 17:09, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The Mosquito Device emits a high pitched noise, used in areas where groups...
'...Make a mandatory Manslaughter charge for all who carry knives and Guns' -- Alan Burrows
seen at 17:09, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The rise of gun and knife culture on the streets of the UK is evident the...
'...Build a statue in honor of Princess Diana' -- sarah brown
seen at 17:09, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
I went to London today, over whelmed with british pride. I visted everything...
'...Stirke a medal for Survivors & Relation aboard HM T Lancastria June 17th 1940' -- J K W Houlr
seen at 17:09, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The Scottish Parliament are to strike a medal for Scottish men women &...
'...reject the EU ban on conventional lightbulbs' -- C A White
seen at 17:09, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The ban on conventional lightbulbs is in contradiction to disability rights...
'...Have seat belts fitted on all public buses' -- Natalie Austin
seen at 17:09, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
It is the law to ware a seatbelt when travelling in a car for our own safety...
'..."Place more Community Support Officers in neighbourhoods, ensuring a visable Police presence to aid detering crime and antisocial behaviour."' -- James Sellers
seen at 17:09, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
In an age where elderly and middle aged adults are feeling increasingly...
'...Not to tax Pensioners who carry on working after reaching 65' -- david wheelton
seen at 17:09, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
If pensioners carry on working they should be exempt from tax after having...
'...Outlaw discrimination against men' -- Chris Howard
seen at 17:09, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
We call upon the prime minister to bring in legisilation to outlaw...
'...Reduce GP waiting times to 1 Day' -- Faisal Azhar
seen at 17:09, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
We would like waiting times to see GP reduced to 1 working Day. Currently in...
'...fund scientific research into maintaining UK Bee stocks.' -- Stanley Sebastian Ng
seen at 17:09, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The British Beekeeping Association has requested £8m for the government to...
'...persuade The Rent Service not to move Glossop in the High Peak of Derbyshire into the industrialised, urban district of Tameside, Oldahm Rochdale for local reference rents but to move Glossop, with Buxton, into the more rural Macclesfield district.' -
seen at 17:09, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The High Peak district for indicative rents has been abolished and split...
'...ban all television advertising aimed at children below the age of 14 and to ban all advertising for war toys.' -- Jeff Smith
seen at 17:09, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
In Sweden advertisments aimed at chldren are considered unacceptable and are...
'...hold a referendum on adopting the Euro as the UK's currency' -- George MacDonald
seen at 17:09, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
After the 1997 Election was won by Mr. Blair, he promised a referendum on...
'...make all housing in the uk energy efficent and designed to have the least environmental impact possible' -- carl holmes
seen at 17:09, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
please sign this petition if you want to see a brighter future for britian...
'...Limit the length of ALL student loans to 25 years' -- Robert J Bristow BA BSc MA
seen at 17:09, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Education is an agreed right, not a privilege. Generations past, present and...
'...Introduce more punishments to distruptive School Students and more PARENTING classes.' -- Pippa Woodford
seen at 17:09, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
As a Teenager, I get tired of the continuing disruptive Students who are...
'...require that councils publish their full pension costs in the annual council tax statements' -- Robert Moore
seen at 17:09, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Some reports now claim that public pensions are costing up to 20% of the...
'...make it ILLEGAL to house dogs permanently outside in small kennels with little or no human interaction.' -- Jeff Thomas
seen at 17:09, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
We have created this petition due to a family living in our West Wales...
'...Turn off traffic lights at night to save on CO2 emissions, electricity and people's time' -- Rob Chandler
seen at 17:09, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Traffic lights stay on needlessly all night whether there is any traffic...
'...Increase Approved Maximum Tax & NI Free Mileage Allowances' -- Terence Dainty
seen at 17:08, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Costs of owning, running and fueling a car / motorcycle have increased...
'...introduce Rapid Access Blackout Clinics to all hospitals across the UK so that people with unexplained loss of consciousness and potentially life threatening heart rhythm disorders can be referred with urgency' -- Lynn Herbert
seen at 17:08, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
In October 2007 my daughter a fit, healthy, independent woman of 30 started...
'...permit British hauliers to install Statute Mile tachographs and bring HGV instrumentation back into line with the British road system.' -- John Armstrong
seen at 17:08, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
British hauliers have for decades been compelled to record all routes taken...
'...provide funds to developing countries so that they can build environmentally sustainable factories' -- E. Judson
seen at 17:08, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Given that the developed countries such as Britain have donated or sold old...
'...do all he can to bring about an early improvement in UK-Libya relations, once the Foreign and Commonwealth Office has advised the Queen to extend a State Visit invitation to Libyan head of state, Muammar al-Gaddafi.' -- Patrick Haseldine
seen at 17:08, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Five years ago, Libya formally renounced terrorism and paid more than £1.5...
Government lays amendment to remove restrictions for voluntary workers
seen at 16:20, 11 March in Cabinet Office News - national (Our copy).
Peers in the House of Lords will later this week debate a proposed change in the law, which will allow voluntary workers to rightfully claim a wider range of expenses.
Future soldier - from fiction to the frontline
seen at 16:10, 11 March in Ministry of Defence News - national (Our copy).
Holographic quantum technology and acoustic sniper sensors may sound like the stuff of science fiction films - but they are actually new defence technologies which could soon be destined for the battlefield.
A Fairer Local Tax for Scotland
seen at 16:05, 11 March in The Scottish Government Publications - Latest (Our copy).
Consultation on abolishing the council tax and replacing it with a local income tax
Court orders closure of office supplies companies
seen at 16:03, 11 March in Insolvency Service News - national (Our copy).
Two office supplies companies based in Gillingham in Kent have been wound up in the High Court following an investigation by Companies Investigation Branch (CIB) of the Insolvency Service.
'...amend the law so all prison sentences run consecutively ond not concurrently' -- Jim Gaunt
seen at 15:10, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Prisoners get off lightly when they commit multiple crimes, as they get...
'...Ensure that the UK follows a middle-east foreign policy in British, not Israeli, interests.' -- Dr. G. Bonsall
seen at 15:10, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Osama states he attacked the Twin Towers in revenge for American aid to...
'...Create an "Iraq Day" on March 18th' -- Nigel Bowker
seen at 15:10, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
On March 18th 2003, Tony Blair made the speech that launched the Iraq War;...
'...extend the maternity provision to 6 months full pay for all working mothers' -- Emma Milson
seen at 15:10, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Too many women who are major earners or sole breadwinners are being forced...
'...Allow 16 Year Olds To Drive Derestricted Scooters (50cc)...' -- Aaron Hastings
seen at 15:10, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Sign This Petition If You Agree That Restricted 50cc Scooters Are Dangerous...
'...Not to introduce Sharia Finance into this country' -- John Arthur
seen at 15:10, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Should Britain become the first Western nation to issue bonds approved by...
'...To allow Yorkshire to become independent from the current British Government and allow Yorkshire to have its very own elected Government based centrally to us in Yorkshire.' -- Michael Putman
seen at 15:10, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
How can a failing Government meet the needs of a county it knows nothing...
'...Give school children more holidays!' -- Corey honess
seen at 15:10, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
I belive in my heart that kids themselves should have a well deserved break...
'...regulate the costs of nuturing / spaying of animals' -- Mrs J Fuller
seen at 15:10, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
If the fees for this was reduced to make it afordable, it would in turn...
'...Scrap the Skillforce Curriculum in Schools' -- Christopher Jennings
seen at 15:10, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Skillforce is an unfair waste of government funds that exacerbates...
'...End amibigious contracts of employment within retail, including referencing the specific terms and conditions of employment within changable employee handbooks' -- Angela Pearsall
seen at 15:10, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
When you sign a contract of employment you expect to be signing something...
'...extend the copyright protection for original furniture designs, from 30 years from the date of design, to 70 years after the death of the furniture designer - as is law in Germany.' -- Ben Capper
seen at 15:10, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Currently it is legal to manufacture and / or supply copies of furniture in...
'...encourage more people into higher education by providing financial assistance and support' -- Miss N Keens
seen at 15:10, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
We all know that full time students can get loans up to the hilt to get them...
'...to inprison paeophiles for at least 25 years' -- yunis atteyeh
seen at 15:10, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
'...to inprison paeophiles for at least 25 years' -- yunis atteyeh
The uk intellectual property office awareness campaign sells out in cambridge
seen at 15:09, 11 March in UK Intellectual Property Office News - national (Our copy).
There was overwhelming demand in Cambridge to attend a free seminar providing information on a range of intellectual property (IP) matters - from patents, trade marks, new designs legislation, commercial and mediation...
New appointment in the drive to reduce illegal drugs in prison
seen at 15:07, 11 March in Ministry of Justice News - national (Our copy).
The Ministry of Justice today announced that David Blakey CBE QPM has been commissioned to conduct a review of the effectiveness of measures to disrupt the supply of illicit drugs into prison.
I had the good fortune to live in a small...
seen at 15:01, 11 March in Commission for Rural Communities (Our copy).

I had the good fortune to live in a small village for fifty years, during which time its character has completely changed.  I am still amazed that Planners throughout rural areas continue to allow...

Thanks for your comment. We hope the new Housing...
seen at 15:01, 11 March in Commission for Rural Communities (Our copy).
Thanks for your comment. We hope the new Housing and Regeneration Bill will help to make more affordable housing available, and remains available.
New academy to encourage UK enterprise
seen at 12:50, 11 March in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
Gordon Brown has announced the founding of a new academy that will open its doors next year to British teenagers looking to develop their entrepreneurial skills.
Playing field safeguards secure a better deal for sport
seen at 12:46, 11 March in Department for Culture, Media and Sport News - national (Our copy).
New data from Sport England reveals that 1176 (97 per cent) out of 1216 concluded planning applications affecting playing fields in 2005-06 resulted in improved or protected sports provision. The statistics show...
Foreign secretary welcomes the appointment of the un secretary general's special representative for afghanistan
seen at 12:42, 11 March in Foreign and Commonwealth Office News - national (Our copy).
The Foreign Secretary, David Miliband, has welcomed the appointment of Kai Eide as the UN Secretary General's Special Representative for Afghanistan. The Foreign Secretary said:
Border policing strengthened
seen at 12:38, 11 March in Home Office News - national (Our copy).
New measures to ensure closer working at the border between the police and the UK Border Agency (UKBA) were announced today by Home Secretary Jacqui Smith.
Warning to charities that fail to send in returns and accounts
seen at 12:26, 11 March in Charity Commission News - national (Our copy).
The Charity Commission is introducing new measures to ensure that charities that no longer operate are removed from the Register of Charities. Charities that fail to provide evidence that they are still operating...
Appointment of board members to west northamptonshire development corporation
seen at 12:22, 11 March in Department for Communities and Local Government News - national (Our copy).
Four members of the West Northamptonshire Development Corporation board (WNDC) have been reappointed for a second and final term of three years.
'...ensure better public transport in the south east of england' -- noel shaw
seen at 12:16, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
In Bedford, and many other ares of the South East to meet Government targets...
'...lower the legal working age to 14 out of school hours and on weekends' -- Jake Curtis-Smith
seen at 12:16, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
We would like the legal age of work to be lowerd to 14 out of school hours...
'...Make the 21st of October or the nearest Monday a Bnak Holiday to celebrate Admiral Nelson' -- Tony Hellard
seen at 12:16, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
We are looking for a reason to add an autumn bank holiday and Lord Nelson as...
'...Stop the possible closure of Fazakerley Special Needs Centre, Liverpool' -- Susan Hill
seen at 12:16, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
A news report for the North West stated that the City Council are seriously...
'...include privately owned landscape features into the herediment of the homeowner/landowner where the landscape feature is of no visual amenity to the landowner. Ensure local planning authorities consider the majority of wishes in a planning applicatio
seen at 12:16, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
A privately owned landscape feature is supposed to be a visual amenity....
'...Make illegal all advertising which may be intended to target all persons under 16 years old' -- Nick McMechan
seen at 12:16, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
It is highly immoral to target any such advertising at these persons....
'...Allow all schools to top up the National Education Grant, thus allowing a fair selection across state and private nursery institutions' -- Alastair Barnfield
seen at 12:16, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
A condition of the National Education Grant (NEG) is that a school/nursery...
'...extend provision for local referenda.' -- Michael N . Kelly
seen at 12:16, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
We the undersigned petition the Prime Minister to extend to all electoral...
'...Follow the Irish interpretation of EU legislation and free the RNLI from having to pay VAT' -- Cheryl Davies
seen at 12:16, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
If the Royal National Lifeboat Institue didn't have to pay out millions each...
'...create mandatory sentencing of one year in prison for individuals who organise and arrange dog fighting events,and six months for attendees of such events.' -- Rob Levy
seen at 12:16, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The toughest sentences that can be handed out currently, to dog fight...
Lord goldsmith recommends new emphasis on the common bond of citizenship
seen at 12:02, 11 March in Lord Goldsmith QC Citizenship Review News - national (Our copy).
In his report Citizenship: Our Common Bond, published today, former Attorney General Lord Goldsmith sets out reforms that will make it clearer what it means to be a citizen and practical measures that may help to...
New academy will encourage UK enterprise
seen at 11:29, 11 March in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
Gordon Brown has announced that a new academy will open its doors next year to unlock the entrepreneurial talents of Britain's teenagers.
'...create a new public holiday to commerate all war vets and to call this day Harry Patch Day' -- Nigel Greensitt
seen at 11:14, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
As Harry Patch is the last living Tommy, and as there is some discussion on...
'...Make gender balancing IVF treatment legal for families with multiple children of one sex.' -- Thomas Turner
seen at 11:14, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
There are families who have multiple children of the same sex and would like...
'...place an additional tax on disposable batteries and use this to subsidise rechargeable batteries and chargers.' -- Richard Sedman
seen at 11:14, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
A 12-pack of AA batteries retails for as little as £2.00 whereas the...
'...Provide incentives to parish councils to identify and allocate land for housing and redevelopment' -- W D Chapman
seen at 11:14, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The impact of millions of new homes is often keenly felt when large new...
'...levy stamp duty according to the energy rating of the home as assessed in the seller's Home Information Pack (HIP)' -- Peter Hanson
seen at 11:14, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
This would provide a real incentive for home owners to make improvements...
'...allow motorbikes to use all bus lanes' -- Brian Richardson
seen at 11:14, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
a trial for motorbikes in bus lanes led to a reduction in accidents to ALL...
'...help stop the live market of dog and cat eating in china' -- Paul Geary
seen at 11:14, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
it is estimated that between 10 and 20 MILLION dogs and cats are eaten in...
'...Protect our Armed Forces to Have the right to Wear Uniform in this Country' -- David Speight
seen at 11:14, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
I fully agree with the PM our service men and women should be able to wear...
'...Scrap All Private/Public/Grammar Schools' -- Christian Cox
seen at 11:14, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
I think these schools impede social mobility because they purely offer the...
'...notice meat products as luxery thus to bear VAT at 17.5%' -- john jenkins
seen at 11:14, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
There are environmental concerns where this island cannot feed its...
'...bring in a law that only allows familys to have two children at the most' -- Carl holmes
seen at 11:14, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Britain's rising birth rate, currently growing at the highest rate for...
'...Provide education for children with autism in specialist schools funded and controlled by central government as LEAs have not the finance nor the expertise.' -- Richard Andrew Bagley
seen at 11:14, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The whole policy of inclusion for autism is floored, inclusion generally is...
'...ban Courier companies, and the Royal Mail, from abusing Customs charges.' -- Jonathan Mace
seen at 11:14, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
When goods are received from overseas and need to pay Customs charges, the...
'...put the parents of any underage arranged marriage on the sex-offenders register' -- Mark Pitt
seen at 11:14, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Arranging marriages for under-age children (in UK law) amounts to...
'...make all housing energy efficent and designed to have the least environmental impact pssible' -- Carl Holmes
seen at 11:14, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
we need all housing to have plenty of parkland, patches of woodland,...
'...bring back the poll tax' -- William Campbell
seen at 11:14, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
A fairer way to raise money than just relying on home owners to pay for...
'...Urge OFCOM to allocate space on the DAB platform for Hospital & community radio stations.' -- MIKE BROWN
seen at 11:14, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
After the demise of such DAB radio station's as Planet Rock, Core, Capital...
'...stop payroll companies taking employers contribution NI from their employees pay' -- Dawn Allen
seen at 11:14, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Some payroll companies (or other companies) extract the employers NI...
'...tax the revenue that charities receive through charity shops to create a level playing field for small businesses.' -- Chris Watts
seen at 11:14, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
At the moment there are far too many charity shops opening up and far too...
'...stop the imposition of the average speed cameras on our highways' -- martyn gilbert
seen at 11:13, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Average speed cameras will perversly cause more accidents on our motorways...
'...Reduce the tax on all petrol so that the cost is no more than 60p per litre to the public' -- MARGARET GLADMAN
seen at 11:13, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
Please could the government reduce the tax on petrol so that the cost to the...
'...end the heroin trade by refocussing Afghan farming.' -- David E P Dennis
seen at 11:13, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
I propose that the PM directs UK agricultural scientists to help the Afghan...
'...allow people who are hunted by their goverment with the penalty of death for being homosexual to claim asylum in the UK.' -- Michael Hill
seen at 11:13, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The UK currently doesn't grant asylum to people who are persecuted for their...
'...Pass legislation to ensure councils adhere to a strict code of conduct regarding tendering' -- Richard Paine
seen at 11:13, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
All proposed Council and County Council works and services to be tendered...
'...encourage peer support schemes for young people with ASD in mainstream secondary schools' -- David Nicholson
seen at 11:13, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
The British Prime Minister and his Government should encourage the use of...
'...Protect tenants from eviction by their landlord's mortgage lender.' -- James Harvey
seen at 11:13, 11 March in Number 10 E-Petitions - New Petitions (Our copy).
A tenant can be evicted at very short notice if the landlord's mortgage...
After a decade of the ‘Green Gym’, Natural England looks for a ‘natural health service’
seen at 11:11, 11 March in Natural England (Our copy).
There is a vital need to mainstream the link between a healthy natural environment and healthy communities says Natural England at the British Trust of Conservation Volunteers’ (BTCV) Green Gym tenth anniversary...
Independent Examination of Proposals for Major Change in NHS Services - Consultation Responses
seen at 11:09, 11 March in The Scottish Government Publications - Latest (Our copy).
Independent examination of proposals for major change in NHS Services
Evaluation of the Scottish Executive-led Programme During Tartan Week 2007 Appendix: Report on Survey of Attendees
seen at 11:09, 11 March in The Scottish Government Publications - Latest (Our copy).
This report presents the findings from a study commissioned by the Scottish Executive to evaluate Tartan Week 2007. The study was conducted by Scotinform Ltd from March to July 2007.The overall aim of the study ...
Evaluation of the Scottish Executive-led Programme During Tartan Week 2007 - Research Findings
seen at 11:09, 11 March in The Scottish Government Publications - Latest (Our copy).
These are the findings from a study commissioned by the Scottish Executive to evaluate Tartan Week 2007. The study was conducted by Scotinform Ltd from March to July 2007.The overall aim of the study was to evaluate...
Evaluation of the Scottish Executive-led Programme During Tartan Week 2007
seen at 11:09, 11 March in The Scottish Government Publications - Latest (Our copy).
This report presents the findings from a study commissioned by the Scottish Executive to evaluate Tartan Week 2007. The study was conducted by Scotinform Ltd from March to July 2007.The overall aim of the study ...
EU: Justice and Home Affairs Council (Lord Hunt of Kings Heath, Parliamentary Under-Secretary, Ministry of Justice)
seen at 11:09, 11 March in Written Ministerial Statements (Our copy).

The Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) Council was held in Brussels on 28 February 2008. My right honourable friend, the Home Secretary (Jacqui Smith); my honourable friend the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State...

Planning (Iain Wright, Parliamentary Under-Secretary, Department for Communities and Local Government)
seen at 11:09, 11 March in Written Ministerial Statements (Our copy).

I have today laid before the House amendments to the Town and Country Planning (General Development Procedure) Order 1995 (the GDPO) and Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Regulations 1990. These...

Television Licence Fee Regulations 2008 (Andy Burnham, Secretary of State, Department for Culture, Media & Sport)
seen at 11:09, 11 March in Written Ministerial Statements (Our copy).

On 18 January 2007, Official Report, column 933, my right hon. Friend the Member for Dulwich and West Norwood (Tessa Jowell) announced the planned annual increases in the TV licence fee under the BBC's six-year...

Lord chancellor appoints new members of the legal services commission
seen at 11:09, 11 March in Ministry of Justice News - national (Our copy).
Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice Jack Straw, has appointed Professor Carolyn Hamilton and Mr Peter Smith to the Legal Services Commission.
Probation service receives 40m to cut re-offending
seen at 11:09, 11 March in Ministry of Justice News - national (Our copy).
The National Probation Service is to receive £40 million of additional funding to provide more tough and effective community sentences, Justice Minister David Hanson MP announced today.
New national enterprise academy announced with peter jones from tv's dragons' den
seen at 11:06, 11 March in Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform News - national (Our copy).
Extra Funding To Take Enterprise From The Boardroom To The Classroom
Retirement of the honourable mr justice pitchers
seen at 03:05, 11 March in Ministry of Justice - Judicial Appointments News - national (Our copy).
The Honourable Mr Justice Pitchers will retire as a High Court Judge on 13 April 2008.