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Ok I've clicked on the link but cannot see how to sign - am I being thick? Smile
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(05-06-2010, 10:29 AM)Libbie Wrote: Ok I've clicked on the link but cannot see how to sign - am I being thick? Smile

I just had a quick look and it says -
Quote:During the official campaign period for the General Election the e-Petitions system will be closed to new submissions and signatures.

So you can't vote till next week after all the election stuff is finished. x
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During the official campaign period for the General Election the e-Petitions system will be closed to new submissions and signatures. The Government will also not issue responses to petitions during this period. This is to ensure compliance with the requirements of the Civil Service Code on party political neutrality.

Any petitions due to close between the announcement of the General Election and 3 June will have their deadlines extended to 3 June. Petitions will reopen for signatures upon the formation of the Government following the General Election.

Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time
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hi sorry i'm probably being really thick but how do i stick my name on the petition i don't seem to be able to figure it out, thanks, marie


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