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Panigrahi Rashmi

Thu, 20 Jan at 16:03


Dear Matt Richards of 38 Degrees

There are much more important things for us in the United Kingdom to be sorting out than worrying about plastics as the recycling industry is the only means of reducing pollution given that the plastics are by products of the processing of natural products from energy sources. I would recommend that you read the following link: The New Year sees New Issues Confronting United Kingdom Democracy | The Conservative Lib (theconservativelibertariansociety.com)

https://www.theconservativelibertariansociety.com/forum/tclp-uk-proceedings/the-new-year-sees-new-issues-confronting-united-kingdom-democracy The New Year sees New Issues Confronting United Kingdom Democracy | The ...

In my final assessment of the Climate that needs to change in the World and within Nations, I had outlined that ...

In this regard, please see to it that you fully understand the preliminary ruling of the International Criminal Court as attached: EM_Ack_OTP-CR-76_22.pdf. The ICC is obliged to furnish full written reasons why my referral of the 24 years of State-organised persecution on me cannot be opened as an investigation by the Court and I suggest that you wait for this Report before you harass me further with your pointless, intimidatory and bullying emails on behalf of the State to pervert the course of Justice and obstruct justice.

In this regard I had specified to the Central London County Court that this Claim E35YM660 is not going to disappear somewhere until I secure millions of pounds in damages and compensation as I am victimised daily by the reluctance of the University of Greenwich to pay me my £55,000 severance payment under the noses of the Court Judges. Further Kent Police has still not replied to the complaint that my wife and I had filed around 25 November 2021 concerning my arrest and detention in a Police Cell and the confiscation of our desktop computer, my USB Memory Stick and my old Mobile Phone without a search or arrest warrant nor has it clarified after two months what action it is taking to progress the prosecution against me for harassing and stalking Katrina Sale of the Conservative and Unionist Party despite the attached defence that I submitted: DEFENCE STATEMENT ON HARASSMENT OFFENCE.docs. Kent Police ruined my much desired posting at Challengetrg that I was looking forward to for Chris Stone has still not contacted me about a part-time job of 14 hours per week that I need right now to make ends meet. The BP Job at Lenham is not enough. I have a job at Tesco Distribution Centre at Snodland too, the ICC will no doubt take it into account.

Finally, I am disgusted with the State of the United Kingdom for continuing to force me to take anti-psychotic, anti-depressant, and mood stabilizing medications of risperidone, sertraline and depakote without psychiatric supervision following my discharge on two occasions from the Community Mental Health Team (Britton House, Gillingham, Kent): this is clearly against the law. I was denied a review of medication by Dr Omar when he telephoned me from Medway Maritime Hospital on 11 January 2022, and further he promised me over the phone that he would send me a diagnosistic report that has not come, so that I will never again attend the Medway Maritime hospital for any kind of examination that Mr TRBhat has fixed a follow-up appointment for on Wednesday 4 May 2022,at 14:10 hours at this hospital.


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Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

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On Thursday, 20 January 2022, 14:52:20 GMT, Matt Richards - 38 Degrees <action@38degrees.org.uk> wrote:

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Dear Shantanu,

BIG news: the government has launched a consultation into banning some of the most polluting single use plastic items like cutlery and polystyrene food containers. [1] It’s a fantastic opportunity to stop these items polluting our streets, beaches, and oceans - for good.

But nothing is set in stone, and you can bet big plastic producers will be trying to tone down and delay the ban - even though the UK government is already in danger of falling behind our European neighbours on this issue. [2] So we need to prove that the public really supports it - and the consultation will be closing soon.

People like you and me don’t usually get involved in government consultations Shantanu - and you can bet the people running this one won’t be expecting it this time either! But that’s exactly why it’ll be so impactful when tens of thousands of us do take part! They won’t see it coming - and they’ll have no choice but to listen.

So Shantanu, can you complete a short survey about banning the most polluting items of single use plastic? We'll then send the results in to the Government's consultation team.

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Don’t worry if you don’t know loads about single use plastic - most people don’t! What’s important is whether you think these items, like plastic cutlery and polystyrene food containers, should be banned or not.

And to make it as easy as possible, the 38 Degrees staff team have linked up with our friends at plastic pollution campaigning organisation City to Sea and together we’ve gone through the consultation line by line - pulling out the important questions and turning them into a simple survey. Now all you need to do is complete it!

38 Degrees supporters have a brilliant track record of feeding into consultations like this. Just a few months ago, tens of thousands of us shared our views about the government’s plans to privatise Channel 4 - and the government has been forced to delay the plans! [3]

So, Shantanu, can you share your views about banning Single Use Plastic items by completing this short survey? Your answers will be sent in to the government team running the consultation:

SHARE MY VIEWS

Thanks for being involved,

Matt, Megan and the 38 Degrees team

NOTES:

[1] Gov.uk: Single-use plastic: banning the supply of commonly littered single-use plastic items

[2] Euronews: EU bans 10 most common single-use plastic items found on beaches

[3] The Times: Channel 4 sale plans put back as opposition mounts

City A.M.: Channel 4 privatisation plans delayed amid growing backlash

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