Campaign Totals 2012 – Department of Education


Total number of actions received between May 1st 2011 and May 1st 2012: 3,957
Number of letters: 1,042
Number of emails: 2,915
Biggest campaign: People and Planet – Climate Change in the National Curriculum – 1,930 actions
Breakdown by topic and organisation:
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View the spreadsheet in google docs here. Information taken from Freedom of Information request returned on 26 May 2011 and is presented as it was received from Department of Education.
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Campaign Totals 2012 – Home Office

Total number of actions received between May 1st 2011 and May 1st 2012: 33,465
Number of postcards: 12,892
Number of emails: 20,573
Biggest campaign:No weakening of Protection for Animals in UK Laboratories – 13,914 actions.
 
Breakdown by topic and organisation:
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View the spreadsheet in google docs here. Information taken from Freedom of Information request returned in June 2012 and is presented as it was received from Home Office.
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Campaign Totals 2012 – Number 10

Total number of actions received between May 1st 2011 and May 1st 2012: 525,000
Number of postcards/petitions: 447,700
Number of emails: 49,900
Biggest campaign: Southern Daily Echo – Have a Heart campaign – 240,300
NB – Number 10 we’re keen to stress that the figures they held were averages to the nearest 100.
Breakdowns by topic and organisation:
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Information taken from Freedom of Information request returned on June 202 and is adapted from information provided by Number 10. The spreadsheets of information can be downloaded for No 10 here.
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