The e-petition website is getting rather flashy these days.
Our e-petition to ban driven grouse shooting is doing fine, ticking along, and now you can look at a map of where the signatures come from.
Just look for the link under the current signature total and click, and you’ll see a map very like the one above. This will allow you to see that the Isle of Wight is still leading the way (127 signatures), a little ahead of Defra minister Rory Stewart’s constituency of Penrith and the Border (114), Calder Valley (109), Norman Lamb’s North Norfolk (107), Stroud (106), and High Peak (94). As mentioned before, these aren’t exactly urban constituencies are they?
My own constituency of Corby is holding up its end pretty well with 51 signatures.
Have a look at the e-petition and you’ll want to hover over your own home constituency – then why not do something about getting its numbers up, please? Ask your friends and neighbours to sign too.
Sign here and we can get a debate about the future of driven grouse shooting in parliament.