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Ofsted | Northamptonshire County Council Fostering Service


See on Scoop.it – Northamptonshire County Council (UK) Northamptonshire County Council Fostering Service Unique Reference Number (URN): SC059262 Norborough House Coverack Close Northampton Northamptonshire NN4 8PQ Telephone number: 01604 432550 Now let the fun begin:  Ngozi Godwell BSc. (Hon), Dip. Ind … Continue reading

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We believe that the Children Act has unintentionally handed enormous power to local authorities and experts


We believe that the Children Act has unintentionally handed enormous power to local authorities and experts “We believe that the Children Act has unintentionally handed enormous power to local authorities and experts, which some are using arbitrarily. And that secrecy … Continue reading

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INDEPENDENT REVIEWING OFFICER UK


INDEPENDENT REVIEWING OFFICER UK via INDEPENDENT REVIEWING OFFICER UK. The appointment of an independent reviewing officer (IRO) is a legal requirement under Section 118 of the Adoption and Children Act 2002. IROs make an important contribution to the goal of … Continue reading

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Judicial Accountability and Stare Decisis – Should the US be Learning from the UK?


Judicial Accountability and Stare Decisis – Should the US be Learning from the UK? “The purpose of this principle is to ensure legal certainty and fairness for litigants. It also means there is a built-in check on judicial activism, so … Continue reading

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Parents Against Injustice. Parents Rights Blog — WordPress. Parents Rights UK Establishment. PART 1- Family Court Crisis – Our Children at Risk. PART 2 – Family Court Crisis – Our Children at Risk. Principles underlying a civil appeals system. Public … Continue reading

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Anonymity Of The Expert Witnesses


This judgment emerges from applications concerning disclosure of information about the medical evidence presented in care proceedings and the anonymity of the expert witnesses. via Anonymity Of The Expert Witnesses. Involved in the family court system and all you feel … Continue reading

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Child Protection


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Eugenics


In the early 1900’s, thanks to the theory of Evolution being embraced the establishment it started to sterilize people based on a board’s decision that they had BAD GENES. The Child Protective Service and child adoption is just another form of … Continue reading

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Innocence Destroyed


ANOTHER MESS UP

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