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BRITAINS FORTH ARMY TO RULE THE NATION

May 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

BRITAINS FORTH ARMY TO RULE THE NATION Great Britain for centuries ruled the world even to the point of starting the slave trade and after a time Britain became THE GREAT BRITISH EMPIRE but as the...

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Here are the 2016 care statistics download the pdf. 16 11 30 Children in Care With Thanks To The team at the Association of McKenzie Friends Association of McKenzie Friends pro bono public interest advocacy...

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Children to the slaughter In The Uk

April 1, 2016 | 3 Comments

CHILDREN TO THE SLAUGHTER The British people have always been known as LAMBS TO THE SLAUGHTER: “And to the slaughter they marched with guns in hands to fight the world to slaughter the world”. And...

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Another Goodbye The family Just-Trick System

January 15, 2016 | 1 Comments

Yet again it is with great sadness i saw and witnessed another family who have lost a baby that was less than 24 hours old this was when the police came into the hospital to...

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Matthew says Why are you not listening to me

October 18, 2014 | 1 Comments

One Boy’s Story Inside the Care System My name is Matthew* and I’m 13. I live with foster carers now, and they’re nice. I ended up in care when I was little because my parents abused...

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The Spotlight on the old boys network

June 27, 2014 | 2 Comments

Governments would have us the nation believe that as they went to Public schools and that by their laws of the land we the Nation went to state schools, therefore we are JUST  plebs and...

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On the 18th June 2014 Cafcass released information of their conference using the name THE SECOND VOICE OF THE CHILD the conference to be held on the 24th July 2014 which is one day before...

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FAMILIES AND CHILDREN WITHOUT RIGHTS A CARE SYSTEM THAT DOESN’T CARE In Britain, it has increasingly become the case that the State has taken power away from families in relation to the rights of their...

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