Child Migrants Are British Care Home Children


Child Migrants are British Care Home Children In the early 1900′s.

Versaille Adopted Weathly french family in France 1980s .

Versaille Adopted Weathly french family in France 1980s .

The child migrants were sent to Australia as child slaves.   This was not an orphan charity home.  Things got really bad for the fear of being killed on the many large Bonfire’s, if you did not pass the test, you were placed on bonfire’s to die.

Children going to a 12-hour night shift in the United States (1908).

The Victorian era became notorious for employing young children in factories and mines and as chimney sweeps. Child labour played an important role in the Industrial Revolution from its outset, often brought about by economic hardship. Charles Dickens for example worked at the age of 12 in a blacking factory, with his family in debtor’s prison. The children of the poor were expected to help towards the family budget, often working long hours in dangerous jobs for low pay,  earning 10-20% of an adult male’s wage. In England and Scotland in 1788, two-thirds of the workers in 143 water-powered cotton mills were described as children.[19] In 19th-century Great Britain, one-third of poor families were without a breadwinner, as a result of death or abandonment, obliging many children to work from a young age.

Children working in home-based assembly operations in United States (1923).

Two girls protesting child labour (by calling it child slavery) in the 1909 New York City Labour Day parade.

In coal mines, children would crawl through tunnels too narrow and low for adults.

Children also worked as errand boys, crossing sweepers, shoe blacks, or selling matches, flowers and other cheap goods. Some children undertook work as apprentices to respectable trades, such as building or as domestic servants (there were over 120,000 domestic servants in London in the mid-18th century). Working hours were long: builders worked 64 hours a week in summer and 52 in winter, while domestic servants worked 80 hour weeks.

@IbnZayd 25 Apr 2013

@martinnarey @wainewarren the State neglects its own population, takes their children away, and then says: “Lucky kids.” #Dickensian

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Migrants

Note From The Author: Children Of African Descent

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His Honour JUDGE RUMBELOW QC

IN THE NORTHAMPTON COUNTY COURT His Honour Arthur Anthony JUDGE RUMBELOW QC  A Circuit Court Judge Assigned to the Northern Circuit.

CASE NUMBER NN13P00882

NGOZI ANGELINE GODWELL  APPLICANT

VS. NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LOCAL AUTHORITY  RESPONDENT

First Hearing On Friday 29th November 2013

Final Hearing On Wednesday 16th April 2014

Handing Down Of Judgment Monday 28th April 2014 at 10AM

via His Honour Judge Arthur Anthony Rumbelow, QC.

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