We believe that the Children Act has unintentionally handed enormous power to local authorities and experts

We believe that the Children Act has unintentionally handed enormous power to local authorities and experts

“We believe that the Children Act has unintentionally handed enormous power to local authorities and experts, which some are using arbitrarily. And that secrecy keeps injustices from public view.”~  Camilla Cavendish, July 9 2008

Some may argue the problem is to do with the bad, lazy or unfair judge who intentionally hand over the power to the people who intentionally use children for profit in the form of Human trafficking.

This may very well be true, but I will like to add.  The outcome of a particular case depends on the type of judge presiding over the matter in question. Your lawyer will be the one who will set the pace.  Some lawyers’ are lazy and act solely for the purpose of the local council.  Legal aid cases, under the doctrine of public law can have the worst outcome.

The Right Honourable Lord Justice Ward outside court (2000-09-22). (Photo from BBC News)

Sir Alan Hylton Ward (born 1938-02-15), styled The Right Honourable Lord Justice Ward, is a judge in the Court of Appeal of England and Wales and Her Majesty’s Most Honourable Privy Council.

Sir Alan Ward was appointed as a Justice of the High Court Family Division on 1988-05-10, and as a Lord Justice of Appeal on 1995-02-13. All Court of Appeal judges, including Ward, are senior judges with lengthy judicial experience. Appointment to the Court of Appeal is by The Queen on the recommendation of the Prime Minister.

It is not that they do not know the rules.  These arrogant  people think it doesn’t apply to them and play the tune that they are: confused, mistaken or unclear when helping each other coverup their mistakes. What should be happening is that the confused, mistaken or unclear judge should retire and not before their bad practices are brought to light within the public domain.

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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. For years I have campaigned for the rights of children and their voices to be heard.
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11 Responses to We believe that the Children Act has unintentionally handed enormous power to local authorities and experts

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  8. towardchange says:

    Mrs Justice Macur yesterday Suspiciously appointed to Court of Appeal
    Is it fishy that Mrs Justice Macur chosen to head the Review called the Macur Review into the failed Waterhouse Inquiry has suddenly been promoted to the Court of Appeal.?

    The Waterhouse Inquiry headed by retired High Court Judge Waterhouse looked into the sexual and physical and psychological abuse of children in North Wales Care Homes. The Inquiry prevented the names of VIP paedophiles from being published. Prevented victims from naming VIP paedophiles and restricted itself to abuse inside the actual care homes. Ignoring the evidence that children were taken from the homes and used in the child sex trade by procurers like Jimmy Savile. http://google-law.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/mrs-justice-macur-yesterday.html

    Sir Alan Ward, recently retired from the Court of Appeal and now Chair of the Civil Mediation Council (CMC) has voiced frustrations with the present rule that permits a party to refuse to mediate in civil cases, even when the judge and other party thinks it appropriate.

    In a press release given by the CMC earlier this year, Sir Alan said:-

    ‘I am utterly convinced mediation has an increasing part to play in providing civil justice. The CMC is at the epicenter of promoting all forms of mediation and maintaining the standards necessary to ensure its success. It is therefore a great honour to succeed Sir Henry Brooke, Lord Slynn and Sir Brian Neill at this crucial time.’ http://www.templebarristerdirect.co.uk/blog/?p=122 Wow!

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