The Three Rs

Wed 12th Sep 2007 by Ben Palmer.

The petition has a month left to run before it is closed.

It's amazing that so many have already signed it, but there must be so many more people who would sign it, if only they knew about it. It would be equally amazing if everyone, rather than just sign it, told ten or more of their friends and family what and where it is and asked them to sign as well.

So many people have thanked me for my efforts, but it's not me - I only signed once - it's all of you who read, remember and refer as well as adding your name. Thank you.

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