The Judiciary of England of Wales

If the Government of England and Wales, becomes a law breaker it breeds contempt of the Law.

A law breaker cannot be an enforcer of the law.  It is the role of the media to hold people in power accountable, which they are obvioulsy failing to do and the recent phone hacking scandal is testimony to this fact.

When I first viewed this video my mouth hung open then I ran for my notebook and pen.  This gentleman has put into words EXACTLY what is going on within the United Kingdom.  Better than our current Prime Minister or any judge.

People compassion is supposed to be the foundation of this country. This is why the UK labels itself as a democratic society, this is the foundation of this country!

The UK is made up of three jurisdictions: Scotland, Northern Ireland, and England and Wales. Each has quite different systems of family law and courts.  My own networking concerns England and Wales, and other countries are included too

England and Wales (Welsh: Lloegr a Chymru) is a jurisdiction within the United Kingdom. It consists of England and Wales, two of the four countries of the United Kingdom. Unlike Scotland and Northern Ireland, England and Wales follow the legal system known as English law. ~ Wikipedia

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Your ‘Family Rights’ believing in the best interest of children. The issues which are important to me are, children and their families, the injustices to parents, which may occur, because of inadequate information, mistakes or corruption. This is happening every day. every minute and every second.
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21 Responses to The Judiciary of England of Wales

  1. towardchange says:

    The Court of Appeal has decided that the prohibition from identifying children which section 97 of the Children Act 1989 provides only applies whilst the proceedings relating to the child in question are in progress. Once the proceedings have concluded, the protection given by the Act comes to an end, the entitlement to anonymity thereafter being dependent upon an exercise in balancing the Convention rights of those involved.
    My Daughter has one kidney, which was damaged when she was born. Her medical records reveal that it was I who nurtured her to recovery. The Doctor sang my praises. Trauma promotes ill health in later life. Furthermore I had eight miscarriages, before little one was born. I was beaten up by the police so they could take her and the one social worker who was in attendance stood there and watched, as my daughter looked on from the middle of the room as we fought rolling around on my settee. There were a number of police officers present. My child since being frogged marched out of our home, has been medicated, and was seen by a psychiatrist, this did not happen when she was living with me.

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