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At issue were the principles guiding the exercise of the court’s discretion in deciding whether to order a child to attend to give evidence in family proceedings. Appeal allowed. In this judgment the Supreme Court...

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Emotional Abused Children

January 9, 2013 | 1 Comments

I have been asked to write from the experiences that I have had through the Self Help Group Grandparents Apart Wales and I am humbled that I should be asked when there are so many...

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By Rhawn Joseph, Ph.D. Brain Research Laboratory https://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/106/5/1145 https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/somatic-psychology/201110/the-foster-care-system-and-its-victims-part-i Despite the protests of her father, and although there was no evidence of paternal or maternal abuse or neglect, Angela was placed among strangers, i.e. Foster Care,...

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UK govt. warned over child imprisonment

November 28, 2012 | 0 Comments

The British government has been warned against thousands of children being put behind bars for minor offences while social services are being drastically cut. The British think tank fighting against inequalities in income, wealth, and...

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In Mabon v. Mabon [2005] 2 FLR 1011, the Court of Appeal considered Rule 9.2A and the older line of authorities in the light of Article 12 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights...

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Who is Protecting British Children?

May 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

Apart from John Hemming MP and Christopher Booker who do the British children have to protect them. NO ONE. Do not look to the Government, they are the people who created, in a Childs best...

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Read about this family’s ongoing struggle for justice Read more » Family Photos cry 1,000 Words: Parents Punished without Crime – Children Screaming to be Heard Posted on November 22, 2015by Sabine Kurjo McNeill These photos are what is...

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A woman has told how her baby was taken into care after controversial psychiatrist Dr George Hibbert said she was trying too hard to be ‘the perfect mother’.  The leading doctor is already facing claims...

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Concerned Parent’s Letter to Parliament

December 1, 2011 | 0 Comments

Dear All, The meeting went well with around 30 people in attendance, including 6 MP’s. Andrea Leadsom MP, who kindly sponsored the meeting room, highlighted her campaign to have school SRE film resources classified by...

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Three-year-old becomes youngest trial witness

November 15, 2011 | 0 Comments

Jonathan Brown, The Independent, Saturday 12 November 2011 A three-year-old boy was given a packet of crisps by a judge after making legal history by becoming what is believed to be the youngest child to...

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Doctor Faces Adoptions Scandal Axe George Hibbert

November 14, 2011 | 0 Comments

A WEALTHY psychiatrist who faces being struck off over claims he deliberately misdiagnosed parents to please social workers once tried to persuade a committee of MPs to make his techniques a national standard, the Sunday...

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A consultant psychiatrist is being investigated over claims that he distorted his assessment of patients to suit the demands of local authorities, it was reported last night. Dr George Hibbert faces being struck off after...

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Many people are not aware of the powers of the social services in the UK, Social services have control of our children the young the elderly the infirmed prisoners hospitals, you name, it social services...

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Girl, 6, makes legal history…

April 17, 2010 | 0 Comments

Judge in child abduction case allows her to choose whether to live with her mummy or daddy By Andy Dolan Daily Mail 15th April 2010 In a landmark case, a six-year-old girl caught in a tug-of-love...

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