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Open Petition since 14th October 2021

Make it a legal requirement for nightclubs to thoroughly search guests on entry - 17,081 Signatures
(Estimated Final Signatures: 643,076 - 4,240 added in the past 24hrs)

I would like the UK Government to make it law that nightclubs must search guests on arrival to prevent harmful weapons and other items entering the establishment. This could be a pat down search or metal detector, but must involve measures being put in place to ensure the safety of the public.


Open Petition since 28th September 2021

Referendum in the United Kingdom to abolish the Coronavirus Act. - 63,722 Signatures
(Estimated Final Signatures: 430,245 - 2,274 added in the past 24hrs)

The government as a matter of urgency, to bring to Parliament for approval, legislation to have a referendum on the above subject within a maximum of six months.

The Government responsed to this petition on 15th October 2021 (View Full Response)
The Coronavirus Act has proved to be both necessary and highly successful in enabling governments across the UK to support people, and the public services they rely on, whilst combatting the pandemic.
Open Petition since 14th May 2021

Introduce sanctions against Israel - 388,316 Signatures
(Estimated Final Signatures: 388,452 - 5 added in the past 24hrs)

The Government should introduce sanctions against Israel, including blocking all trade, and in particular arms.

Debate: This petition was debated in Westminster Hall on 14th June 2021

The Government responsed to this petition on 8th June 2021 (View Full Response)
The UK is firmly opposed to boycotts or sanctions against Israel. Our close and varied relationship means we are able to express clearly when we disagree.
Open Petition since 6th July 2021

Give the UK a Bank Holiday on Monday July 12th if England win Euro 2020 - 364,737 Signatures
(Estimated Final Signatures: 364,829 - 4 added in the past 24hrs)

England may be playing a European Championship Final at 8pm on Sunday 11th July. It would be beneficial and sensible to give the country the day off the next day if England win, in the form of an extra Bank Holiday Monday.

The Government responsed to this petition on 22nd July 2021 (View Full Response)
The Government would like to congratulate the England team on its sterling performance in the UEFA Euro 2020 Final. However, the Government has no plans for a bank holiday.
Open Petition since 13th September 2021

Invest urgently in the NHS cancer workforce in the autumn Spending Review - 50,705 Signatures
(Estimated Final Signatures: 153,207 - 701 added in the past 24hrs)

Covid-19 exposed the terrible strain the NHS cancer workforce has been under for years. This is now the greatest threat facing the NHS. We are calling for the Government to use the Spending Review to fund the additional provision of NHS staff to diagnose, treat and care for cancer patients.


Open Petition since 20th July 2021

Change the law to include laboratory animals in the Animal Welfare Act. - 93,543 Signatures
(Estimated Final Signatures: 144,934 - 1,388 added in the past 24hrs)

The Government needs to change the law so laboratory animals are included in the Animal Welfare Act. Laboratory animals are currently not protected by the Act and are therefore victims of 'unnecessary suffering' (see section 4 of the Act: https://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2006/45/section/4).

The Government responsed to this petition on 20th August 2021 (View Full Response)
The Government believes animal use for research remains important and The Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986 (ASPA) provides specific protection for these animals..
Open Petition since 13th May 2021

Introduce an Independent Regulator for Football in England by December 2021 - 142,904 Signatures
(Estimated Final Signatures: 142,923 - 2 added in the past 24hrs)

The Government should use the recently established fan led review of football to introduce an Independent Football Regulator in England to put fans back at the heart of our national game. This should happen by December 2021.

Debate: This petition was debated in Westminster Hall on 14th June 2021

The Government responsed to this petition on 7th June 2021 (View Full Response)
Football clubs are the heart of local communities and have a unique social value, which is why we are proceeding with our commitment to undertake a wide ranging, fan led review of football governance.
Open Petition since 7th June 2021

#Reggieslaw - Regulate online animal sales - 104,050 Signatures
(Estimated Final Signatures: 141,618 - 929 added in the past 24hrs)

Given how many animals are sold online, we want Government to introduce regulation of all websites where animals are sold. Websites should be required to verify the identity of all sellers, and for young animals for sale pictures with their parents be posted with all listings.

The Government responsed to this petition on 1st July 2021 (View Full Response)
The Government shares the public’s high regard for animal welfare. We endorse the Pet Advertising Advisory Group’s work and support their actions to improve the traceability of online vendors.
Open Petition since 26th April 2021

Make non-binary a legally recognised gender identity in the UK - 140,567 Signatures
(Estimated Final Signatures: 140,693 - 16 added in the past 24hrs)

Have non binary be included as an option under the GRP (Gender Recognition Panel)/ GRC (Gender Recognition Certificate), in order to allow those identifying as non binary to be legally seen as their true gender identity. As well as having ‘Non-binary’ be seen as a valid transgender identity.

The Government responsed to this petition on 20th May 2021 (View Full Response)
As set out in the response to the Gender Recognition Act consultation, there are no plans to make changes to the 2004 Act.
Open Petition since 13th May 2021

UK Government to formally recognise the State of Palestine - 131,057 Signatures
(Estimated Final Signatures: 131,188 - 7 added in the past 24hrs)

Recognise the state of Palestine to help stop the conflict from Israel. Not recognising the Palestinian state allows Israel to continue their persecution of the Palestinians.

Debate: This petition was debated in Westminster Hall on 14th June 2021

The Government responsed to this petition on 8th June 2021 (View Full Response)
The UK will recognise a Palestinian state at a time when it best serves the objective of peace. We continue to encourage progress towards a negotiated two-state solution between the parties.
Open Petition since 26th July 2021

Exempt dogs assessed by experts as safe from breed specific legislation - 126,351 Signatures
(Estimated Final Signatures: 127,153 - 8 added in the past 24hrs)

Amend the breed specific legislation to create a clause where by dogs that have been expertly assessed and found to be no more risk to the public than any other breed, to be exempted from breed specific legislation and allowed to live by the same laws as any other dog.

The Government responsed to this petition on 12th August 2021 (View Full Response)
The Dangerous Dogs Act places restrictions on certain types of dogs bred for fighting. Individual dogs can be kept under strict conditions if a court judges that they are not a risk to public safety.
Open Petition since 26th May 2021

Commission an independent review of childcare funding and affordability - 113,511 Signatures
(Estimated Final Signatures: 113,668 - 4 added in the past 24hrs)

We have the second most expensive childcare system in the world. A full time place costs, on average, £14,000 per year, making it completely unaffordable for many families. Parents are forced to leave their jobs or work fewer hours, which has a negative impact on the economy and on child poverty.

Debate: This petition was debated in Westminster Hall on 13th September 2021

The Government responsed to this petition on 23rd June 2021 (View Full Response)
The Government is not currently planning a review of the childcare system. Support is available to help with childcare costs, and the Government monitors the sustainability of childcare providers.
Open Petition since 7th July 2021

Dedicate funding for research into Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva (FOP) - 110,992 Signatures
(Estimated Final Signatures: 111,236 - 3 added in the past 24hrs)

Invest in FOP research to support this ultra-rare disease community. Research into FOP could inform the understanding/treatment of many more common conditions such as osteoporosis, hip replacements, DIPG (a rare childhood brain cancer) and many common military injuries.

The Government responsed to this petition on 12th October 2021 (View Full Response)
The Government recognises the challenges faced by people affected by rare disease, and funds research into rare conditions – including fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva – via NIHR and UKRI.
Open Petition since 6th August 2021

We demand that the Gurkhas receive equal pensions - 106,478 Signatures
(Estimated Final Signatures: 107,145 - 6 added in the past 24hrs)

We are demanding that the government treats Gurkhas fairly and pays them the same pension as other British veterans of the same rank and service. Many Gurkhas joined the Queen’s Gurkha Army believing their pension would sustain them and their families but sadly this has not been the case.

The Government responsed to this petition on 19th August 2021 (View Full Response)
For most Gurkha veterans the Gurkha Pension Scheme provides a pension at least as good as, and in many cases better than, that given to their British counterparts with identical periods of service.
Open Petition since 23rd April 2021

Enforce the “50+1” Rule for professional football club ownership in the UK - 107,065 Signatures
(Estimated Final Signatures: 107,070 - 1 added in the past 24hrs)

Bring in a law which enforces professional football clubs to have at least 51% fan ownership similar to how the Bundesliga operates this rule.

Debate: This petition was debated in Westminster Hall on 14th June 2021

The Government responsed to this petition on 24th May 2021 (View Full Response)
The European Super League proposals demonstrated now is the right time to launch the fan-led review of football governance. This will be a comprehensive examination of the English football system.