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The History Of The English Common Law Has Been The History Of Remedies – Part 1


The History Of The English Common Law Has Been The History Of Remedies – Part 1 Source: Stop The United Kingdom From Selling Our Children. “If habeas corpus were abolished  we may find our hard-won freedoms diminished and ourselves as … Continue reading

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District Judge Dorothy Flood And Children’s Guardian Michael Gregg


District Judge Dorothy Flood And Children’s Guardian Michael Gregg District Judge Dorothy Flood acts as a lawyer for Guardian’s and does represent them in care proceedings.  Indeed when I did first meet her she was acting for  Guardian Mr Richard Lee … Continue reading

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Mid Staffs Scandal Is A Disgrace For Social Work, Too


Mid Staffs Scandal Is A Disgrace For Social Work, Too See on Scoop.it – Public Law Children Act Cases “The reality is that social workers, as well as medical professionals, worked in those hospitals at a time of serious failings, which … Continue reading

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Met police drop action against the Guardian over hacking sources


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Domestic violence and a law of unintended consequences


The powerful deterrent of the power of arrest was swept away – and injunctions made toothless – in July 2007 when the ill-advised Domestic Violence (Crime and Victims) Act was implemented. This prohibited district judges from attaching these orders to injunctions, meaning solicitors … Continue reading

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