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A New UK Parliament E-Petition Empty A New UK Parliament E-Petition

Wed 23 Dec 2020 - 2:31
I started a new UK parliament e-petition and submitted it.
The wording is cramped and uncomfortable due to tight space limits.

Here is the new reply:

"Dear xxxx

You’re not done yet! (Is that King's English?)

Forward the email below to your potential supporters.

5 people need to click the link and confirm their support for us to check your petition.

Once you’ve gained the required number of supporters, we’ll check your petition to make sure it meets the petition standards. If it does, we’ll publish it. Because of Coronavirus we have a very large number of petitions to check at the moment so it may take a few weeks. Thank you for your patience.

Once your petition has 21 signatures it won’t be able to add more until it’s been checked by the petitions team. So, please wait until it’s been checked and published before sharing it more widely.

The Petitions team
UK Government and Parliament

I’ve made a petition – will you sign it?

Click this link to sign the petition:

My petition:

Extend the gay legal rights to same family members, and heterosexuals too.

Most preventable birth defects are from couples who smoke, drink alcohol or are over 35. Extend the gay legal rights to same family members, and heterosexuals and don't criminalize smokers, drinkers or over 35s either as all people have A chance of having children with birth defects.

Love is love. Laws banning homosexuality are cruel and unjust and so are laws against adult consensual incest (ACI). For fairness, justice and equality France scrapped laws against homosexuality and ACI in 1810. Nearly 40 countries emulate France which has the lowest rate of birth defects in the world. ACI oriented people are wrongly criminalized as homosexuals were in the past. Some may be talented but cannot do much to help government, because of fear of legal reprisals and discrimination.

Click this link to sign the petition:

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