Monthly Archives: July 2018

R (on the application of AR) (Appellant) v Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police and another (Respondents


R (on the application of AR) (Appellant) v Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police and another (Respondents Judgment date 30 Jul 2018 Neutral citation number [2018] UKSC 47 Case ID UKSC 2016/0144 Justices Lord Kerr, Lord Reed, Lord Carnwath, Lord … Continue reading

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Crown Proceedings Act 1947 


  Crown Proceedings Act 1947    Proceedings to bring writs of mandamus and prohibition were always available against ministers, because their actions derive from the royal prerogative this had the effect of allowing proceedings for tort and contract to be brought against the Crown. Proceedings to bring writs. Mandamus is a judicial remedy in … Continue reading

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Bishop of Rome: Pope Francis


Bishop of Rome: Pope Francis via Spurred by Pope Francis, Spain Charges 10 Priests In Country’s Largest Known Pedophilia Case. Incumbent: Francis since 13 March 2013 Style His Holiness Province Ecclesiastical Province of Rome Diocese Rome Cathedral Archbasilica of St. … Continue reading

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The Mess Created By Former American President Barrack Obama


  The Mess Created By Former American President Barrack Obama The Freedom of Information Act(FOIA), 5 U.S.C. § 552, is a federal freedom of information law that allows for the full or partial disclosure of previously unreleased information and documents controlled by the United States government. via In reversal, Trump … Continue reading

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#AGreenRoad Project – Central Banks Are Too Big To Fail And Too Corrupt To FIx Or Bring Anyone To Justice…


   #AGreenRoad Project – Central Banks Are Too Big To Fail And Too Corrupt To FIx Or Bring Anyone To Justice…   Banks have become a global empire unto themselves, and are now ‘too big to fail’. Because they are … Continue reading

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Northern Ireland Paedophile Hunters


  Northern Ireland Paedophile Hunters Name & Shame Social Workers. An alleged ‘paedophile hunter’ has admitted breaching his bail conditions which banned him from being on social media. Father-of-three David Foster (28), with an address at Orkney Drive in Ballymena, … Continue reading

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Prince Charles will give evidence at child sex abuse inquiry — Metro


Prince Charles will give evidence at an inquiry into the handling of a child sexual abuse case involving a paedophile bishop. The Prince of Wales’ written submission will be read out next Friday at the final day of the hearing … Continue reading

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European e-Justice Portal – European Case Law Identifier (ECLI)


European e-Justice Portal – European Case Law Identifier (ECLI) The European Case Law Identifier (ECLI) has been developed to facilitate the correct and unequivocal citation of judgments from European and national courts related to EU law. A set of uniform metadata will … Continue reading

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Learn About What Is A Closing Argument On Parents Rights Blog


Learn About What Is A Closing Argument On Parents Rights Blog   A closing argument, summation, or summing up is the concluding statement of each party’s counsel reiterating the important arguments for the trier of fact, often the jury, in a court case. A closing argument occurs after the presentation … Continue reading

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Government policies – Welcome to GOV.UK


Government policies – Welcome to GOV.UK Policies Search for information about government policy or filter by department.  Continue reading → Some people are believe the referendums and direct democracy, are a good way of getting the people’s will across. via European … Continue reading

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