Petitions supported by Voice Of Wales
Below, is a list of petitions that the Voice Of Wales support. Read the petition and if you agree to it, please sing and share it, to get the petition past the thresholds for it to be heard in parmliment.
We call on the Senedd to urge the Welsh Government to introduce a mechanism where constituents are able to recall their MS and call a subsequent...
Healthy children are at low risk from COVID-19 yet face known and unknown risks from COVID-19 vaccines. Rare, but serious, adverse events and deaths are being reported to monitoring systems around the world.
The Welsh Government has spent £336m to improve the Heads of the Valley road which was previously restricted to 50mph. If the new road is also restricted to 50mph the £336m will have been completely wasted.
The Towy floods multiple times a year affecting businesses that sit alongside it. Something needs to be done as a matter of urgency, the public see plenty of meetings but no action.
Local people are being priced out of their own communities. This is destroying our culture and language. Simply building more houses is not enough. We call for a fundamental rethink of policy to prioritise the social, cultural and economic needs of the people of Wales in line with Cymraeg 2050 and the Well-being of Future Generations Act.
Since July 7th 2020, multiple railway stations around Wales have been “temporarily closed”. It has been over 8 months since the closure and evidence is to be seen that the rail industry and local economy is suffering because of the decision.
Abolish all Covid restrictions, restore civil liberties & social freedoms and increase focus on education, guidance, advice and best practices.
Allow freedom of choice in favour of mental health: Those who wish to isolate at home may do so freely; as may those who wish to return to normal life.
Speed limits should be set by local authorities and should be only 20mph where necessary.
Welsh Government to hold a public inquiry into decisions taken by them before & during the pandemic.
Many loved-ones acquired Covid-19 in hospitals & care homes in Wales. PPE was lacking, staff not tested unless symptomatic, ventilation poor, Covid patients put on non-Covid wards.