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e petition

Discussion in 'English' started by Mrs notenoughhours, Sep 15, 2012.

  1. I have been forwarded this from work and I feel that this might be a way of ensuring that this scandal does not get swept under the carpet:

    E-petition: The alliance of organisations working on a coordinated response to the English GCSE issue submitted a petition for the DirectGov e-petitions website. Any petition that gains 100,000 signatures on this website guarantees the issue will be considered for a debate in Parliament. Our carefully worded petition that covered all the issues was not accepted in favour of a simpler one from an individual calling for an independent enquiry. Nevertheless we would encourage all members to circulate information about the petition widely, to ensure that it gains sufficient signatures for a parliamentary debate. The petition can be found at http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/37620
  2. Done it. Maybe you ought to post this on other forums too?

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