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Ann Boldock
Ann Boldock

We need to look after our bee population because they pollinate our food resources. This can have a knock on effect for our future harvests.

Jay Dee
Jay Dee

Buzzz buzzz The neonicotinoid insecticides and other pesticides have been destroying bee populations too long. Buzzz Buzzz Stop their production of these insecticides now! All over the world bee populations are in a free fall, they are disappearing, daily. In England it is happening faster, than any other land in Europe, In allmost all lands of this earth the same.. Buzzz Buzzz What happens then? I will not talk drastic when I say and repeat often, it could spell the end...

Buzzz buzzz The neonicotinoid insecticides and other pesticides have been destroying bee populations too long. Buzzz Buzzz Stop their production of these insecticides now! All over the world bee populations are in a free fall, they are disappearing, daily. In England it is happening faster, than any other land in Europe, In allmost all lands of this earth the same.. Buzzz Buzzz What happens then? I will not talk drastic when I say and repeat often, it could spell the end of fruits and vegetables grown. Our bees are dying in unprecedented numbers, Many people remain unaware of the relevance of this crisis. Bees are vital to crops, and they need our help! Buzzz Buzzz No pollen, no crops, hunger! I am knocking on the bee hive, sorry, no Buzzz more.

Steve Donnelly
Steve Donnelly

This cannot bee!!!

Bex Hewetson
Bex Hewetson

please sign this petition, make your voice heard xxx.

Suzan Rose Andrewartha
Suzan Rose Andrewartha

Lose the bees = lose ourselves :)

Somesh De Swardt
Somesh De Swardt

I support the banning of all dangerous chemicals!

Graham Cobbin
Graham Cobbin

We need bees to keep the food sorce alive. The honey has other uses. In particular your local honey from your own area. For hayfever sufferers, having a teaspoon a day all year can be helpful to reduce the symptoms of hayfever if not stop them altogether. The supermarket honey is no good for this only the natural honey from you local area the nearer to you the better.

Peter Walker
Peter Walker

We need bees!

Erin Landman
Erin Landman

without bees this world would slowly die and us with it.

Michelle Hayes
Michelle Hayes

Can you suggest an alternative pesticide that is safer and effective and add it to the petition?

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