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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote JimmyV4 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 Dec 2021 at 15:33
also proving if the work was carried out years ago must be near impossbile, everyone could claim "oh this was done 4 years ago" etc, does anyone remember the petition about the air bag lights on cars? that still got passed.
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As an update on this (and the other thread on the same topic), I got an email about the Parliamentary debate, which others will also have got:


You recently signed the petition “Do not implement proposed new offences for vehicle "tampering"”:

The MPs on the Petitions Committee have scheduled a debate on a petition relating to the Government's proposals to create new offences of vehicle 'tampering', which you may have signed. The debate will be held on Monday 25 April.

Watch the debate (from 4.30pm, Mon 25 April):

Read the debate transcript (available within a few hours of the debate ending):

Nick Fletcher MP, a member of the Petitions Committee, has been asked by the Committee to open the debate. MPs from all parties can take part, and a minister from the Department for Transport will respond for the Government.

Share your views with MPs

To inform the debate, Nick Fletcher would like to hear your views on the Government's plans, and what else they should be doing on this issue.

Share your views by completing this short survey:

The survey will remain open until 9am on Monday 11 April.

Your responses will be anonymous. A summary of responses will be shared with Nick and other MPs, and may be referred to in the debate. It will also be published on the Committee's website here:

I would urge you all to complete the survey that they are asking for and also write to your MP, asking them to take part in the debate on the 25th April and giving your views.
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