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'The world is going mad.'
A third “two-step” option, with separate sex and gender identity questions, was also ruled out. The authors also recommended
This long campaign has sparked controversy and debate at every stage. From its very beginning to its final success, people have been disagreeing with and disparaging the efforts to put Jane Austen on the front of the tenner.
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Whether it's a bizarre chap on Twitter merrily proclaiming that women belong in the kitchen, a prominent academic who wants to ban faith schools... so long as they're not making threats, I really hope we can try to shut them down with our words, reason and logic. Not by calling for their banishment from every which platform - virtual or not.
We're using technology for everything from controlling our energy usage, to arranging casual hook-ups. In a time where we're bombarded with tweets, likes and shares, how do we cut through, and essentially, what does it mean to be human in the digital age?
With 36,000 signatories and £13,000 raised in readiness for legal action, we achieved success. On 24 July 2013, Mark Carney, the new governor, announced that from 2017, Jane Austen would appear on the £10 note. He also promised an extensive review of the selection process.
Starting a petition is the first step on a campaign's journey. The next is to build an army of supporters to help you take action, create momentum and make the change you want to see happen...