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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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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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Voting Benefits Whom? #Election2017


Voting Benefits Whom? #Election2017   What are the advantages or benefits of voting? Why should a candidate vote?   Promoted by Hargreaves Lansdown Shreyas Kothapalli Jun 25, 2014 Sourced from: quora.com   Voting is a Trasnfer of Power from People to … Continue reading

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[UNITED KINGDOM] NEW ZEALAND & UK AMONG WORST COUNTRIES FOR CHILDREN’S RIGHTS – STUDY


[UNITED KINGDOM] NEW ZEALAND & UK AMONG WORST COUNTRIES FOR CHILDREN’S RIGHTS – STUDY   15 May 2017 Source: Russia Today Russia Today has most recently written a piece that identifies New Zealand and the United Kingdom as two countries among some … Continue reading

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Cultural Competence


Cultural Competence This refers to the ability of an individual or an organisation to acquire sufficient knowledge of the culture of diverse groups to increase tolerance, understanding and acceptance and to reduce stereotypes, misunderstandings. Concepts and prejudice (Pope-Davis et al., 2003). … Continue reading

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MI5 Agents And Anti-terror Police Can Question Teenagers Placed Under The Control Of The Family Court


  MI5 Agents And Anti-terror Police Can Question Teenagers Placed Under The Control Of The Family Court MI5 can question teenagers without a judge’s consent. Sir James Munby issues his ruling after analysing the issue at a hearing in the … Continue reading

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#Brexit UK: European Convention on Human Rights


#Brexit UK: European Convention on Human Rights Referendum Is a general vote by the electorate on a single political question that has been referred to them for a direct decision. synonyms: popular vote, vote, public vote,plebiscite, ballot, pol… “Not all nation … Continue reading

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United Kingdom: Prime Minister’s Letter Triggering Article 50

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  United Kingdom: Prime Minister’s Letter Triggering Article 50   On 23 June last year, the people of the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. As I have said before, that decision was no rejection of the values … Continue reading

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True Story | Northamptonshire Police Commander Adrian Otis Goldsmith


  True Story | Northamptonshire Police Commander Adrian Otis Goldsmith  Murder: An Overview Definition Murder occurs when one human being unlawfully kills another human being. SeeHomicide. The precise legal definition of murder varies by jurisdiction. Most states distinguish between different … Continue reading

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Article 50 Of The Treaty Of Lisbon


  Article 50 Of The Treaty Of Lisbon The Lisbon Treaty, became law in December 2009. The Lisbon Treaty is designed to make the EU “more democratic, more transparent and more efficient”. The Treaty is an agreement signed by the heads … Continue reading

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