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10,000

If a petition gets 10,000 signatures, the government will respond

  1. Give parents who work full time,free childcare

    The government responded

    From September 2017 working parents of 3- and 4-year-olds will be eligible to a total of 30 hours free early education a week.

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  2. Increase funding rate for 3-4 year olds needing to provide pensions for staff.

    The government responded

    Childcare providers are passionate believers in high-quality early education and we want to support them to deliver the best possible outcomes for children.

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  3. Public review into the decision to close the Children's Heart Unit Leicester

    The government responded

    No final decisions have been taken about the future of Leicester or any other congenital heart diseases services in England. The aim is to secure the best possible, sustainable outcomes for patients.

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100,000

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

  1. Urge the South Korean Government to end the brutal dog meat trade

    This topic was debated on 12 September 2016

    Debate dog meat trade

    Watch the debate on parliamentlive.tv

    Read the transcript at parliament.uk

  2. EU Referendum Rules triggering a 2nd EU Referendum

    This topic was debated on 5 September 2016

    Watch the debate on parliamentlive.tv

    Read the transcript at parliament.uk

  3. Stop retrospective changes to the student loans agreement

    This topic was debated on 18 July 2016

    Watch the debate on parliamentlive.tv

    Read the transcript at parliament.uk

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