Monthly Archives: December 2015

Operation Seabrook – Medomsley Detention Centre


Operation Seabrook’ is the criminal investigation into allegations of sexual and physical abuse perpetrated by staff against detainees at Medomsley Detention Centre near Consett, County Durham. Sourced through Scoop.it from: http://www.durham.police.uk It was launched in August 2013 and is investigating incidents which happened over … Continue reading

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History of trial by jury in England – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Sourced through Scoop.it from: en.m.wikipedia.org Anglo-Saxon England According to George Macaulay Trevelyan in A Shortened History of England (1959), during the Viking occupation: “The Scandinavians, when not on the Viking warpath, were a litigious people and loved to get together in the ‘thing’ to hear legal … Continue reading

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2016 Child Protection Conferences: London And Glasgow


Originally posted on Researching Reform:
This just in. Two conferences next year, focusing on child protection have already been organised, and hope to be ground breaking events through their use of technology to connect survivors and victims around the world. The first…

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Due Process and the Logic of the Law: A Response to Hadley Arkes


To properly understand due process, we must grasp the key distinctions between law and decrees and between law and morality. If judges are authoritative arbiters of the “logic of morals,” we have subjected ourselves to an unelected, life-tenured legal elite … Continue reading

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Due Process Of Law | Search Results | Parents Rights Blog


Adoption, Family, Family Law News, Family Court System, Law, Social Services, United Kingdom, United States of America, Parental Rights. Sourced through Scoop.it from: towardchange.wordpress.com See on Scoop.it – Public Law Children Act Adoption Cases

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Banning teenagers from social media would be an attack on their human rights


New data protection rules could block under-16s from social media access without parental consent, denying them rights to expression and information Sourced through Scoop.it from: http://www.theguardian.com   As far as adult internet users are concerned, the reforms presented in these … Continue reading

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Season’s Greetings And Best Wishes For The New Year 2016


Season’s Greetings And Best Wishes For The New Year 2016 By Cheryll Botha. As I lay me down to sleep I think of those upon the street No matter who or what they are Their lives are uncomfortable, uneasy, by far … Continue reading

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10 Laws Putin’s Foes Say Russia Needs To Scrap


A group of prominent Russian dissidents has identified what it says are Russia’s 10 most harmful laws. Their project, “Sanatsia Prava,” or Sanitation Of The Law, calls for the abolition of legislation that they say causes extensive harm to Russian … Continue reading

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UK government mulls ‘crackdown’ on homeschoolers


Officials cite concerns about radicalized Muslim children in underground madrassas – but Christians would be investigated, too. Sourced through Scoop.it from: http://www.lifesitenews.com #British homeschoolers are facing renewed government interest in regulating them, sparked by fears that Muslim parents are only … Continue reading

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CPS considering next step after Lord Janner dies ahead of ‘abuse’ proceedings


Prosecutors have appeared to leave the door open to pressing ahead with criminal proceedings over child sex claims against Lord Janner despite his death. Sourced through Scoop.it from: http://www.expressandstar.com A "trial of the facts" was scheduled for April to examine … Continue reading

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