Category Archives: Private Law

THE IMPORTANCE OF CHILD RIGHTS EDUCATION AFTER BREXIT


  THE IMPORTANCE OF CHILD RIGHTS EDUCATION AFTER BREXIT Katy Brown, Project Officer for Child Rights Launchpad, argues in this guest post for the importance of Child Rights Education in a post-Brexit UK. Child Rights Launchpad is a free-to-use education … Continue reading

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Police Complaints Investigators Not trusted and corrupt officers should have pensions docked, say MPs


  Police Complaints Investigators Not trusted and corrupt officers should have pensions docked, say MPs Image from bbc.co.uk Three-part documentary series examining the murder of Stephen Lawrence. “The sense of grief… it was so palpable. The waves of grief radiating … Continue reading

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The Shame Of HBO’s “Foster”


  The Shame Of HBO’s “Foster” The foster parent is a saint!  The caseworkers are heroes!  The birth parents are scum! (Unless they repent in which case they are merely sick.)  And none of that is even the worst thing … Continue reading

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Are You Really Sure Your Solicitor Is Fully Representing You?


  Are You Really Sure Your Solicitor Is Fully Representing You?   client means: (i) the person for whom you act and, where the context permits, includes prospective and former clients; (ii) in Parts 1-6 of the SRA Accounts Rules, the person for … 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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The Law Is What It Is


The Law Is What It Is The Law is what it is–a majestic edifice, sheltering all of us, each stone of which rests on another. John Galsworthy, 1910. via Rule of Law (World Treasures of the Library of Congress: Beginnings). … Continue reading

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Video: Understanding The Legal Name


  Video: Understanding The Legal Name Please click here to watch → BIRTH CERTIFICATE FRAUD; CLAUSULA REBUS SIC STANTIBUS  by kate of kaea “ATTENTION: Lawyer, Judge, Government Agent/employee, Police, Common Man etc. et al/any/all who serve as a fictional LEGAL NAME/TITLE/I.D.-ENTITY … Continue reading

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Employer Vicarious Liability


Employer Vicarious Liability Source: tollers.co.uk Image: tollers.co.uk The big question here is whether an employer can be vicariously liable for the criminal actions of an employee that has breached the Data Protection Act (DPA) If you are vicariously liable, it means … Continue reading

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A Lost Nation: Transparency in the Family Courts


A Lost Nation: Transparency in the Family Courts   Source: Increase Transparency in the Family Courts.   Once a child is proven to be ‘Gillick’ competent the child must be allowed to attend Court to give their views to a … Continue reading

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4/27/17 Constitution Revision Commission


  4/27/17 Constitution Revision Commission – Jacksonville There are audio difficulties at this event throughout the first hour. Source: Duty Of The Courts To Be Watchful For The Constitutional Rights Of The Citizen. VIDEO: Please Click Here To View → … Continue reading

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