Call an immediate general election due to authoritarian Coronavirus measures

Hold a general election: there is likely no opportunity until May 2024 to replace the Government. This could mean 3 more years of lockdowns & increasing restrictions on our personal freedoms. The election should be held no later than 30th November 2021 - this timetable is feasible as proved in 2017.

6,138 Signatures

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Opened
Friday 10th September 2021
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Signature Deadline
Thursday 10th March 2022
Estimated Final Signatures: 7,391

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asked by: Simon Hart
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asked by: Simon Hart
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asked by: Lord Tyler
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The Government have implemented the draconian Coronavirus Act which restricts our personal freedoms. Whilst there is opportunity for MPs to vote against it, there is no ability for constituents to replace these MPs, who were voted in under very different circumstances. The government can change the legislation whenever they want, with seemingly little parliamentary scrutiny. This has allowed them to introduce measures we were previously assured would not happen, such as vaccine passports.


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