New e-petitions

Free Monkeys on the NHS ;
Ban baked beans to assist with the fight against global warming ;
Stop wives from “nagging us men”;
ban the signing of petitions to repeal the ban on hunting
and, because “it’s just rubbish isn’t it?” to ban BBC radio 4 from broadcasting any further episodes of  “Quote Unquote”

Today’s top 10 sees the petition to scrap ID Cards still at number 2 and the introduction of a petition to change the law to allow target shooters to prepare for international competition in at 3.  Getting Blair to juggle ice cream while standing on his head is still in the top 10 at number 9 with 829 signatories at the time of writing including 

,  Simon Pegg, and John Sergeant (although all of these names may be fictitious).

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4 Responses to New e-petitions

  1. burkesworks says:

    Getting Blair to juggle ice cream while standing on his head
    And I do hope that Tim stipulated the cheapest industrial-grade non-dairy ice cream, as sold in Netto and similar establishments. It would be a criminal waste of Ben and Jerry’s.

  2. surliminal says:

    This is the greatest new legislative advance ever – who invented it? hrs of entertainment..
    I think you should columnise this for Scots Law News 🙂

  3. Anonymous says:

    Banning Quote Unquote
    I implore all readers to sign the petition. It’s been on air for 30 (thirty) years. Dear God, he has to be made to stop.
    A. Nauhten.

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