Dog and Cat ownership

Dog and Cat ownership should be licensed, a small test and the animal should be made sterile and micro chipped. All provided by the by a sensible moderate cost of the licence. Breeders should obtain a special breeding licence, at a cost that reflects the money they would make from the sales. This would also require regular vet check ups, eliminating those puppy/kitten farm horrors. Working animals should have a licence discount.

Why is this idea important?

Dog and Cat ownership should be licensed, a small test and the animal should be made sterile and micro chipped. All provided by the by a sensible moderate cost of the licence. Breeders should obtain a special breeding licence, at a cost that reflects the money they would make from the sales. This would also require regular vet check ups, eliminating those puppy/kitten farm horrors. Working animals should have a licence discount.

Pub Trade

Society has never been so broken as it is today, few people can name their neighbour let alone others on their street. Driven by a shopping culture of cheap booze, many spend the evening guzzling wine etc locked up in their homes. The governments attempts to kerb binge drinking are futile. People are tanked up before they go out.

Alchohol sold from shops should be heavily taxed per unit, making it a luxury item.

Alchohol sold from public houses should have the tax reduced.

The benefit of this would be a helping hand to the dying pub trade, socialisation of communities. Responsibility back to the land lords who should face the prospect of losing their licence/heavy fines, for bad/drunken customer behavior. Reduce alchohol abuse and the sale of fake goods with regular inspections.

Why is this idea important?

Society has never been so broken as it is today, few people can name their neighbour let alone others on their street. Driven by a shopping culture of cheap booze, many spend the evening guzzling wine etc locked up in their homes. The governments attempts to kerb binge drinking are futile. People are tanked up before they go out.

Alchohol sold from shops should be heavily taxed per unit, making it a luxury item.

Alchohol sold from public houses should have the tax reduced.

The benefit of this would be a helping hand to the dying pub trade, socialisation of communities. Responsibility back to the land lords who should face the prospect of losing their licence/heavy fines, for bad/drunken customer behavior. Reduce alchohol abuse and the sale of fake goods with regular inspections.