Ok, so Politics is going a little crazy lately, and people are starting to show their true colours, which as i am sure many of you will agree is
concerning. Here in the UK, as i am sure you are all aware we recently voted on BREXIT, and in turn our elected leaders and politicians needed to vote
on the activation of ARTICLE 50.
Now, our home secretary, Diane Abbott, refused to take part in this, claiming that she was suffering from a migraine, when at the same time, MP's,
some of whom are hospitalised and suffering from terminal illness still made the effort to vote.
I appreciate that everyone is entitled to their views, however, we are fed up, of individuals taking positions of power with the sole intention of
fulfilling their own needs and ultimately to the detriment of those around them.
A number of petitions have been rejected which have called for Diane Abbott to be sacked, citing that personal beliefs are not addressed in
parliament. So, to that end, i have written my own petition, which focuses on the importance of voting and how this is of great importance, particular
for those who claim to represent the people.
Anyway, I know there is a lot of petitions floating about, but this one I have created, if you feel that it is something you agree with if you could
please sign and share that would be great. You would need to complete the form, and would be sent a link from the government which you sign confirming
that you signed the petition and not someone else. If not, no worries : )
Thank you for your time,
I’ve made a petition – will you sign it?
Click this link to sign the petition:
Address the importance of an MP's vote on serious matters
Diane Abbott declined to vote on article 50 because of a minor ailment. Lest we forget, that generations gave up their tomorrow for our today, we the
British people feel that those who claim to represent us, should acknowledge this. To vote is an honour, to do otherwise is unpatriotic and
There should be consequences for behaving in a way which is, or may be perceived to be, in the interest of oneself and not the greater good.