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 Post subject: Don't take long, please sign.
 Post Posted: 15 Sep 2017, 11:50 
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Let's end this barbaric slaughter.

https://petition.parliament.uk/signatur ... 2Rd9f86MOi


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 Post subject: Re: Don't take long, please sign.
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Actually signed one of Mal's petitions :shock: .


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 Post Posted: 15 Sep 2017, 12:29 
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I also just signed. Thanks for sharing Mal.


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 Post subject: Re: Don't take long, please sign.
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And another which you all need to sign.
https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/200165


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Malabus wrote:
And another which you all need to sign.
https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/200165


Stop trying to distort democracy and let the government deliver what the people voted for.


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 Post subject: Don't take long, please sign.
 Post Posted: 17 Sep 2017, 23:26 
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RegencyCheltenhamSpa wrote:
Malabus wrote:
And another which you all need to sign.
https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/200165


Stop trying to distort democracy and let the government deliver what the people voted for.


Yes....Out the vile, evil and distorted system.
The petition suggests to get out straight away with a no deal. Which people need to support.
Listen to JRM interview on LBC last week.


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 Post subject: Re: Don't take long, please sign.
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I heard an analogy about someone cancelling their Netflix account and negotiating separate deals with all the various film and TV companies. Amused me.


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 Post subject: Re: Don't take long, please sign.
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I heard an analogy about someone cancelling their Netflix account and negotiating separate deals with all the various film and TV companies. Amused me.


We can walk away and not owe one penny. We have given the devils in Brussels far too much.


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Malabus wrote:
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I heard an analogy about someone cancelling their Netflix account and negotiating separate deals with all the various film and TV companies. Amused me.


We can walk away and not owe one penny. We have given the devils in Brussels far too much.


Especially those MEPs like Farage who barely turn up to the EU Parliament for debates and votes, yet claim loads of tax payers' money in payment.


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RegencyCheltenhamSpa wrote:
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asl wrote:
I heard an analogy about someone cancelling their Netflix account and negotiating separate deals with all the various film and TV companies. Amused me.


We can walk away and not owe one penny. We have given the devils in Brussels far too much.


Especially those MEPs like Farage who barely turn up to the EU Parliament for debates and votes, yet claim loads of tax payers' money in payment.


Non sense, complete fabrication, unless you have the evidence......


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 Post subject: Re: Don't take long, please sign.
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Waiting for the evidence for your claims RCS...No wonder nobody takes your posts seriously.


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Sorry, thought your post asking for the evidence was a joke, as the point I made is surely common knowledge.

Attendance at all votes here: http://www.votewatch.eu/en/term8-nigel-farage-2.html

Second worst attendance in EU Parliament: http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news ... nt-8302643

Many more links and sources in this FOI request put to the EU: https://www.asktheeu.org/en/request/att ... igel_farag


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 Post subject: Re: Don't take long, please sign.
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Daily Mirror.....FFS.


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Malabus wrote:
Daily Mirror.....FFS.


Just the first link with appropriate reading age for you which describes the data presented in my other links; which are evidentially too difficult for you too interpret.


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Defra responded to the petition in the OP. Unfortunately, as in so many aspects of life, religion and the quirks people follow in subservience to made-up deities trumps common sense, is exempt from law and regulations which are put in place for good reason, and provides an excuse for real world suffering.

Government responded:

The Government would like all animals stunned at slaughter. However, we also respect the rights of the Jewish and Muslim communities to eat meat prepared in accordance with their religious beliefs.

Current national regulations on religious slaughter have a long history. The issue was first debated in Parliament in 1875. The Slaughter of Animals Act 1933 introduced a legal requirement for stunning of animals prior to slaughter but contained an exemption where animals were slaughtered for consumption by Jewish and Muslim communities. Over the years the national rules governing religious slaughter have developed to provide additional protection to animals that are slaughtered in accordance with religious rites.

EU Regulation 1099/2009, on the protection of animals at time of killing, requires all animals to be stunned before slaughter except where animals are slaughtered in accordance with religious rites. The EU Regulation and the Welfare of Animals at Time of Killing (England) Regulations 2015 (WATOK) include strict requirements on where, how and who can slaughter animals in accordance with religious rites. These requirements are monitored and enforced by Official Veterinarians of the Food Standards Agency to ensure that animals are spared unnecessary suffering, distress or pain during the slaughter process.

The legislation also requires each person either handling or carrying out slaughter operations, including religious slaughter, to hold a Certificate of Competence. A person must undergo formal training, understand their responsibilities for the protection of animal welfare during slaughter operations and consistently demonstrate competent performance in order to pass the independent examination to obtain a Certificate of Competence.

Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs


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