restrict the underage and curb binge drinking culture

-increase the legal age for drinking from 18 to 21 similar to America.

-limit licensing to major retailers and specialist stores only

-make it possible for shops, bars, clubs to conduct very limited profiling on person based on their past drinking offenses, anti social behavior and if they are pregnant therefore requiring police to hold record of offenders

-issue fines for drinking offenses including to offer drink to a minor

-increase fines and criminal categorization of anti-social behavior

-make license plates digitally scannable by police, breathlyzer testing, to reduce drunken driving and other criminal offenses

-stop retailers from discounting alcohol, increase tax of alcohol after a certain time and more during weekends perhaps based on consumption rates

-make parents more socially responsible for minors

-more clarity and security for people against sexual assult, harassment and other offenses as a result of drinking

-increase criminal categorization of hooliganism

-evaluate other eu countries to erradicate problem

-provide a separate service that controls and resolves anti-social behavior

-provide for better accessibility to emergency contact services for potential assult and rape victims

-increase fines for public littering such as in singapore etc

-better labelling of health warnings on alcoholic beverages

-disallow open containers of alcohol in moving vehicles

-offer a 3 tier system of selling alcohol

-restrict some retailers from stocking certain stronger or more popular beverages if they do not follow the law

-limit the use of alcohol in public places in parks, beaches etc after a certain time or completely.

-provide more information on depression and alcohol related illnesses

Why is this idea important?

-increase the legal age for drinking from 18 to 21 similar to America.

-limit licensing to major retailers and specialist stores only

-make it possible for shops, bars, clubs to conduct very limited profiling on person based on their past drinking offenses, anti social behavior and if they are pregnant therefore requiring police to hold record of offenders

-issue fines for drinking offenses including to offer drink to a minor

-increase fines and criminal categorization of anti-social behavior

-make license plates digitally scannable by police, breathlyzer testing, to reduce drunken driving and other criminal offenses

-stop retailers from discounting alcohol, increase tax of alcohol after a certain time and more during weekends perhaps based on consumption rates

-make parents more socially responsible for minors

-more clarity and security for people against sexual assult, harassment and other offenses as a result of drinking

-increase criminal categorization of hooliganism

-evaluate other eu countries to erradicate problem

-provide a separate service that controls and resolves anti-social behavior

-provide for better accessibility to emergency contact services for potential assult and rape victims

-increase fines for public littering such as in singapore etc

-better labelling of health warnings on alcoholic beverages

-disallow open containers of alcohol in moving vehicles

-offer a 3 tier system of selling alcohol

-restrict some retailers from stocking certain stronger or more popular beverages if they do not follow the law

-limit the use of alcohol in public places in parks, beaches etc after a certain time or completely.

-provide more information on depression and alcohol related illnesses

restrict work permits

-make it difficult for businesses to optain work permits

-allow for banding quota on work permits based on skills shortage

-force employers to recruit locally:  reducing unemployment rates and increasing uptake of fresh UK graduates

-make credit checks and screening of applicants mandatory across all employers reducing employer risk

-restrict employers from outsourcing outside of the country due to cheap labor as this is counterproductive to the british economy and allows for unemployment

– regulate eu workers similar to the work permit banding

-provide a clear way of measuring skills shortage and employers need for foreign recruitment

-make payroll and taxation structure more transparent

-introduce more ways to monitor of foreign workers

-introduce restrictions of foreign worker bonuses

Why is this idea important?

-make it difficult for businesses to optain work permits

-allow for banding quota on work permits based on skills shortage

-force employers to recruit locally:  reducing unemployment rates and increasing uptake of fresh UK graduates

-make credit checks and screening of applicants mandatory across all employers reducing employer risk

-restrict employers from outsourcing outside of the country due to cheap labor as this is counterproductive to the british economy and allows for unemployment

– regulate eu workers similar to the work permit banding

-provide a clear way of measuring skills shortage and employers need for foreign recruitment

-make payroll and taxation structure more transparent

-introduce more ways to monitor of foreign workers

-introduce restrictions of foreign worker bonuses

Stop smoking anywhere and limit designated places

Ban them everywhere even at home as they are a health risk to the smoker and to the passive.

Place huge fines in public places, for smoking at home, and  increase penalties and taxes. Make it difficult for smokers to buy the cigarettes or even to import them as smoking cigarettes is plain stupid. Require public places to have designated areas and time limit or even a charge to use. Cigarettes should be treated as a drug class, banned in most places, and potentially as a criminal offense if it has effected someone or something.

Why is this idea important?

Ban them everywhere even at home as they are a health risk to the smoker and to the passive.

Place huge fines in public places, for smoking at home, and  increase penalties and taxes. Make it difficult for smokers to buy the cigarettes or even to import them as smoking cigarettes is plain stupid. Require public places to have designated areas and time limit or even a charge to use. Cigarettes should be treated as a drug class, banned in most places, and potentially as a criminal offense if it has effected someone or something.

The benefits system is only there for the British

Only allow the benefits system in UK to be available to British and only after they have worked and/or proven their disability of not being able to work. The benefit system is not there for the non-taxpayer and should not be abused. Restructure/regulate the benefits system as currently it provides a means for people to live off it and never really seek work – which is not what it is there for. This is costing the taxpayer alot of money.

Why is this idea important?

Only allow the benefits system in UK to be available to British and only after they have worked and/or proven their disability of not being able to work. The benefit system is not there for the non-taxpayer and should not be abused. Restructure/regulate the benefits system as currently it provides a means for people to live off it and never really seek work – which is not what it is there for. This is costing the taxpayer alot of money.

Stop passenger-profiling/ethnic-profiling/racial-profiling

Currently, there is a lot of latitude for law enforcement in UK, supported under various acts, within the areas of:

-stop and search powers

-arrest powers

-detention of suspected terrorists

-control orders

-survelliance

-acquiring communication data

Every person in my view should be treated equally under law without any form of racial/ethical profiling. Rather then providing powers to the various executive functions the powers should be provided via courts and through democratic means. One is likely to be searched more being an ethnic miniorty as well as non-white in UK especially during travel. This creates issues of equality and levels of institutional racism/discrimination. Under the Terrorism Act 2000: an asian or black person is 4/5 times more likely to be stopped and searched.

Why is this idea important?

Currently, there is a lot of latitude for law enforcement in UK, supported under various acts, within the areas of:

-stop and search powers

-arrest powers

-detention of suspected terrorists

-control orders

-survelliance

-acquiring communication data

Every person in my view should be treated equally under law without any form of racial/ethical profiling. Rather then providing powers to the various executive functions the powers should be provided via courts and through democratic means. One is likely to be searched more being an ethnic miniorty as well as non-white in UK especially during travel. This creates issues of equality and levels of institutional racism/discrimination. Under the Terrorism Act 2000: an asian or black person is 4/5 times more likely to be stopped and searched.