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Decisions of the Petitions Committee, 6 July 2021

6 July 2021

On 6 July 2021 the Committee considered e-petitions which had reached over 10,000 signatures and received a Government response, and petitions that had received a revised response.

Petitions with over 10,000 signatures

1. Run a public awareness campaign to address driver aggression toward cyclists.
The Committee agreed to request revised response.

2. Protect the title Nurse in UK law
The Committee noted the Government’s response.

3. Do not require health and social care workers to take covid-19 vaccination.
The Committee noted the Government’s response.

4. Launch a judge-led public inquiry into the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Committee noted the Government’s response.

5. Make the use of free-running snares illegal for trapping wildlife.
The Committee noted the Government’s response.

6. Mark Allen's Law - we want throwline stations around all bodies of open water.
The Committee noted the Government’s response.

Revised Government responses

1. Hold a binding referendum on the future of the TV licence.
The Committee agreed to accept the revised response.

2. Ban developers starting new work until their EWS1 failing buildings are fixed.
The Committee agreed to accept the revised response.

3. VALERIE'S LAW Compulsory Training for Agencies Supporting Black DV Victims.
The Committee agreed to accept the revised response.

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