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British citizens and UK residents can petition Parliament and the Government to raise awareness of an issue and to call for action. Learn more about the petitioning process and how you can make your voice heard.
Start or sign an e-petition today. The new Parliament and Government e-petitions system was set up in July 2015.
Public (paper) petitions are a good way of raising local or individual issues and concerns. Find out how to get a paper petition presented in Parliament.
Private bills are proposed laws that only apply to certain individuals or organisations. You can petition against a private bill if you are specifically and directly affected by it.
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