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Politicians - Stop Talking About Foxhunting

567 Signatures Goal: 1,000

Britain - November 2003 Anti-hunting pressure groups are trying to persuade MPs to sign up to an Early Day Motion, EDM 1800, which calls on the Government to reintroduce the Hunting Bill in the next session of Parliament. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! Our MPs have already wasted huge amounts of precious Parliamentary time, and millions of pounds of taxpayers\' money, on this issue which is totally irrelevant to the vast majority of the population. Please sign this petition and make it clear that you do NOT want this issue dragged through Parliament yet again, when there are so many other problems which urgently need the Government\'s attention. Thank you for your support! ************************** Privacy statement: this petition will be presented to the Prime Minister when enough signatures have been gathered. Individual names will not be published, except in the paper copy of the petition presented to the Prime Minister; although we may publish your comments, these will not have names attached to them, only initials (e.g. \"Excellent work!\" - T.B., Sedgefield).

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Petition sponsored by VoteHunting.com - working to end our politicians\' obsession with a hunting ban. http://www.votehunting.com

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    Pete Carlton
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    chris cotton
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    sean conley
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    Abi Pidgley
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    Graham Edwards
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    Graham Edwards
    11 years ago
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    Kevin Norburn
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    Kevin Norburn
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    anne bull
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    John Hawkswell
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    Jennifer Salazar
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    Frank Jackson
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    Francesca Jackson
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