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Letter From A Birmingham Jail [Martin Luther King, Jr]


  Letter From A Birmingham Jail [Martin Luther King, Jr]   When you read his speeches months before he died you will see he realised his ‘dream’ was a nightmare. via Martin Luther King, Jr. AFRICAN STUDIES CENTER – UNIVERSITY … Continue reading

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EXCLUSIVE: Child Protection Professionals Intimidating Parents Into Signing Illegal Undertakings


EXCLUSIVE: Child Protection Professionals Intimidating Parents Into Signing Illegal Undertakings Clauses in an agreement asking a parent not to record conversations or exchanges with child welfare professionals are illegal, and are sometimes referred to in family proceedings as unlawful undertakings. Domestic … Continue reading

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#RecordRecord Social Workers Are Still Insisting That It Is Illegal For “Clients” To Record Them.


Sourced from: Andrew Barnard, 30th December 2018 Record RecordRecord It has come to my attention that Social Workers are still insisting that it is illegal for “Clients” to record them. Rule 1. Keep all Correspondence and paperwork. Rule 2 ALWAYS … Continue reading

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Marking Our Children Like cattle


  Marking Our Children Like Cattle   They round them up They shuffle into a camp & close the gates behind them They barely provide food & water Then someone grasps the child and holds him still while grasp one … 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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Word Of The Day: Dafamation


Word Of The Day: Dafamation Abstract from:  eff.org defamation meaning Generally, defamation is a false and unprivileged statement of fact that is harmful to someone’s reputation, and published “with fault,” meaning as a result of negligence or malice. State laws … Continue reading

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Labour MP Faces Speeding Charge Case Retrial As Jury Fails To Reach Verdict


  Labour MP Faces Speeding Charge Case Retrial As Jury Fails To Reach Verdict By Emily Pennink and Helen William, Press Association A Labour MP accused of lying to avoid a speeding charge is facing a retrial after a jury … Continue reading

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Am I Going To See This Through? Yes, I am


Am I Going To See This Through? Yes, I am   The Prime Minister Theresa May insisted that she would ‘see this through’ and fight any attempt to oust her, as she said she was still able to bear the … Continue reading

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A Wales Rugby Star’s Cousin Will Die Without Expensive Treatment And He’s Asking For Help


A Wales Rugby Star’s Cousin Will Die Without Expensive Treatment And He’s Asking For Help   via World Healing. Wales and Lions No.8 Taulupe Faletau has begun a £50,000 fund-raising mission so his cousin can have life-saving kidney treatment. Continue … Continue reading

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Lawsuit Challenges Alabama’s Method Of Electing Judges


Lawsuit Challenges Alabama’s Method Of Electing Judges A trial has begun in a lawsuit challenging Alabama’s practice of electing appellate judges by statewide vote, a method that plaintiffs say results in all-white courts in a state where one in four … Continue reading

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