Monkey had his proposed parliamentary reform bill rejected
The Monkey Party has been campaigning for change to Parliament for two years now and we were please with our election success at the General Elections of 2010 where we had won two votes, and the Scottish Parliament Elections of 2011 where we had won five votes.
The Monkey Party wants to see LIBLABCON politicans booted out as a cuddly toy will do their job much better and fairer.
So last week, a representative from the Monkey Party approached the HM Government e-petitions Department to propose that cuddly toys will be allowed to stand in the next set of elections. I am afraid our proposal was not accepted (please see the attached email).
Dear Sgt. Monkey,
Your e-petition “Allow cuddly toys to become MPs” hasn’t been accepted.
E-petitions will not be accepted if they:
contain offensive, joke or nonsense content
use language which may cause offence, is provocative or extreme in its views
use wording that is impossible to understand
include statements that amount to advertisements
If you’d like to submit a new e-petition, please read the site’s terms and conditions which explain the rules in detail.
HM Government e-petitions http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/
If you feel that this discision is unjust and denies the people of Britain to democracy then please write to your local MP and complain.
The Monkey Party secretary