Monthly Archives: May 2017

Word Of The Week: Snitch


Word Of The Week: Snitch   merriam-webster.com snitch noun   an informer. “they thought he was a plant or a snitch” Definition of snitch for English Language Learners : a person who tells someone in authority (such as the police or … Continue reading

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Duty Of The Courts To Be Watchful For The Constitutional Rights Of The Citizen


  Duty Of The Courts To Be Watchful For The Constitutional Rights Of The Citizen the people’s digital law library – corpus juris unlimited It is the duty of the courts to be watchful for the Constitutional rights of the … Continue reading

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Famine And Hunger In Africa: What You Need To Know


  Famine And Hunger In Africa: What You Need To Know Updated May 12, 2017 Chris Huber Source: worldvision.org Milions of people  are experiencing unprecedented hunger and famine in Africa. A combination of conflict, recurring severe drought, and high food prices … Continue reading

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Common Law Legal Systems And Adoptions


Common Law Legal Systems And Adoptions  In common law legal systems, a precedent, or authority, is a principle or rule established in a previous legal case that is either binding on or persuasive for a court or other tribunal when deciding subsequent cases with … Continue reading

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Social Services | The Worst Organisation Created By Man-Kind!


Social Services | The Worst Organisation Created By Man-Kind! Collective intelligence – Wikipedia There are number of social workers in the profession are declining. With vacancies unable to be fil… Source: The Irish Association of Social Workers: Tackling the Declining … Continue reading

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148 Responses to Terre des hommes – Child Protection in Europe On Parents Rights Blog

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  148 Responses to Terre des hommes – Child Protection in Europe On Parents Rights Blog. The Parents Rights Blog brings updated information on child protection issues in Europe, with a special focus on child trafficking, the worst forms of … Continue reading

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Manchester Bombing UK News In Brief


  Manchester Bombing UK News In Brief Channel 4 News. Source: @Channel4News Prime Minister @theresa_may speaks after Manchester arena attack which has left at least 22 dead and 59 injured at an @ArianaGrande concert. broken. from the bottom of my … Continue reading

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World4Justice (Lobby Forum) Children Come First


  World4Justice (Lobby Forum) Children Come First   “I would like to offer one fathers point of view and the reason for such a protest to those who have not encountered the corrupt and incompetent family law court system which … Continue reading

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Julian Assange One Of Many Main Men


  Julian Assange One Of Many Main Men Julian Assange detained for seven years without charge,  while his children grew up and his name was slandered. He refuses forgive or forget. Source: Decisis See the Updated Fact-Checker.  

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Islington kids’ homes scandal: Shame of ex-mayor Sandy Marks’ pro-paedophile past


Islington kids’ homes scandal: Shame of ex-mayor Sandy Marks’ pro-paedophile past   Source: Jeremy Corbyn ‘did nothing’ after being told of paedos in his borough. Sourced from: islingtongazette.co.uk PUBLISHED: 05:59 11 May 2017 | UPDATED:14:37 18 May 2017 Emma Youle … Continue reading

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