Monthly Archives: July 2013

Human Rights A Person’s Fundamental Rights


Human Rights A Person’s Fundamental Rights See on Scoop.it – Public Law Children Act Cases “Human Rights Advocacy Is Still Just As Important Today As It Has Ever Been.” Human Rights A Person’s Fundamental Right The main intention of the civil … Continue reading

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@HighburysGhost 1 Mar @BBCNorthampton M… – Ngozi Godwell Top Tweets – wainewarren | Facebook


See on Scoop.it – Northamptonshire County Council (UK) By Ngozi Godwell @HighburysGhost 1 Mar @BBCNorthampton M Ellis MP’s question about when it’s acceptable to kill someone for ‘law and order’ disgusts me.Vote this ****… See on http://www.facebook.com

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Pope Francis Has Strengthened Laws On Child Abuse?


Pope Francis Has Strengthened Laws On Child Abuse? The papal decree broadens the definition on crimes against minors to include sexual abuse of children. The updated legislation covers more than 5,000 clergy and lay people who live and work in the … Continue reading

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What Child Maintenance Payments Can A Court Order?


What Child Maintenance Payments Can A Court Order? The court still retains its powers to make orders for the payment of school fees child maintenance for step children or disabled children child maintenance for those who are in further education … Continue reading

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Operation Rose Police Fight Back


  Operation Rose Police Fight Back   Police leading a huge but largely abortive child abuse inquiry denied yesterday they had encouraged false allegations and wrecked the lives of innocent teachers and care workers by “trawling” for evidence in children’s … Continue reading

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Robert Steele on Blogging


Originally posted on The Last Bastille:
The following is a transcript of a video that has been mirrored many times where former CIA officer Robert Steele urges the common people to use blogging as a method for securing their Liberties.…

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Landmark ruling ends secrecy of family law | The Times


See on Scoop.it – Public Law Children Act Cases The cloak of secrecy is to be lifted from family courts in a landmark decision giving greater rights to tens of thousands of parents and their children every year.   Judgments … Continue reading

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RE. X, Y, Z (MORGAN V A LOCAL AUTHORITY) [2011] EWHC 1157 (FAM)


Originally posted on UKCORRUPTFAMILYCOURTS:
  Re. X, Y, Z (Morgan v A Local Authority) [2011] EWHC 1157 (Fam) Case date: 11/05/2011 Court: High Court Area/s of law: Reporting restrictions The President of the Family Division ordered the disclosure of an…

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You Do Not Have A Right To Anonymity


You Do Not Have A Right To Anonymity However, publicly naming social care staff in that process is unnecessary and undesirable for all the reasons stated. It would not advance the public debate about infant fractures, about the family court … Continue reading

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High Court strikes off solicitors for ‘integrity of profession’ | The Law Gazette


See on Scoop.it – Public Law Children Act Cases A High Court judge has struck off three solicitors after ruling that a Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal had been too lenient in punishing the trio. The Solicitors Regulation Authority had appealed after the … Continue reading

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