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  1. KEEP AIRFIELDS GREENFIELDS. Review Airfield Classification as Brownfield Sites

    The government responded

    National policy and guidance recognises the importance of airfields, we will work with the aviation sector to ensure the current policy relating to development on airfields is better understood.

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  2. End the cuts to Merseyside Police

    The government responded

    No decisions have been taken on police funding beyond 2015/16. Future funding levels will be subject to the outcome of the Spending Review which will report on 25 November.

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  3. We demand the British Government Reschedule Cannabis.

    The government responded

    Herbal cannabis is listed in Schedule 1 as a drug with no recognised medicinal uses outside research. A substantial body of scientific evidence shows it is harmful and can damage human health.

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100,000

If a petition gets 100,000 signatures, it will be considered for debate in Parliament

  1. The DDRB's proposals to change Junior Doctor's contracts CANNOT go ahead.

    This topic was debated on 28 October 2015

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  2. Save British Steel making. Scunthorpe, Teesside, Port Talbot etc.

    This topic was debated on 28 October 2015

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  3. Free Sergeant Alexander Blackman

    This topic was debated on 16 September 2015

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