Category Archives: Education

Bahamas Family And Child Law

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  Bahamas Family And Child Law Source: EXPLOSIVE = PM Cameron 10 Downing Street = Carroll Trust Billion Dollars Tax Fraud Scandal. Nassau Number of inhabitants: 301 790 Area: 13 940,00km2 Continent: America (North, South) Internet domain of country:: .bs … Continue reading

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Meaning of “QC” in the English Dictionary

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Meaning of “QC” in the English Dictionary Abbreviation for Queen’s Counsel: a British lawyer of high rank:  A QC is a senior barrister. dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/qc Harriet Harman, QC England and Wales Historical background The Attorney-General, Solicitor-General, and King’s Serjeants were King’s Counsel … Continue reading

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WHAT REALLY GOES ON IN UK SECRET FAMILY COURTS!!!


WHAT REALLY GOES ON IN UK SECRET FAMILY COURTS!!! “Corruption everywhere, greed motivated! Our children are victims of the system, for Government funding via head count in the system. Drug companies using children as ‘guinea pig’ and Doctors taking money … Continue reading

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In Propria Persona (Person)


Persons are also divided into citizens, (q.v.) and aliens, (q.v.)when viewed with regard totheir political rights. When they are considered in relation to their civilrights, they are living orcivilly dead; vide Civil Death; outlaws; and infamous persons. Source: Word Of The Day: Person. In ancient Rome, … Continue reading

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Quote Of The Year: Courtenay Griffiths QC


  Quote Of The Year: Courtenay Griffiths QC   “I always saw the courtroom as an arena of struggle. It wasn’t always a purely legalistic process involved in the courtroom. You always had to engage with the politics of the situation.’ … Continue reading

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Word of the day: ONEROUS


Word of the day: ONEROUS ADJECTIVE 1 (of a task or responsibility) involving a great deal of effort, trouble, or difficulty: ‘he found his duties increasingly onerous’ 1.1 Law Involving heavy obligations: ‘an onerous lease’ Source: Word of the day: KNOWLEDGE. Origin … Continue reading

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One Of Five Oakland Police Officers Charged In Sex Abuse Scandal Pleads Not Guilty To Charges


One Of Five Oakland Police Officers Charged In Sex Abuse Scandal Pleads Not Guilty To Charges Four Oakland police officers had been fired following a nearly year-long investigation into a sex abuse scandal, City Administrator Sabrina Landreth said. Cheryl Hurd … Continue reading

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Sir Martin James Narey


Sir Martin James Narey Quote from Martin Narey, The Guardian There has long been an absolute conviction among social workers, statutory and voluntary, and politicians local and national, that taking a child into care is to be avoided almost at all cost. … Continue reading

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Attachment Hierarchy And Parental Alienation


Attachment Hierarchy And Parental Alienation Is when two parents, in relationship together, share the decision making and guiding power that runs a well functioning family. Contained within this hierarchy, children know that their parents are in charge and that they, as … Continue reading

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United Kingdom European Union Membership Referendum, 2016


United Kingdom European Union Membership Referendum, 2016 Since the end of the 18th century, hundreds of national referendums have been organised in the world. During that process, in the modern era, indigenous people have seen their land and resources stolen, and … Continue reading

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