February 17, 2013
EU, Foreigners, Globalisation, Government, Human Rights Convention, Immigration, Mainstream Media, Parliament, Secret Family Courts, Theresa May MP, United Kingdom
Crime, Government, Home Secretary, judge, Law, Member of Parliament, Parliament, Parliament of the United Kingdom, The Mail on Sunday, Theresa May
Theresa May, the Home Secretary in the Daily Mail - regarding the deportation of foreign criminals:
It is not for the judges to be legislators.
It is essential to democracy that the elected representatives of the people make the laws that govern this country – and not the judges. Yet some seem to believe they can ignore Parliament’s wishes.
… how to balance the foreigner’s right to family life against our nation’s right to protect itself…
… the central idea of our constitution which is that Parliament makes the law, and judges interpret what law is and make sure the executive complies with it.
… our democracy is subverted when judges decide to take on that role for themselves.
I need to write to her, asking about all those foreigners who are kept in prisons – apart from their children – after Local Councils managed to get judges to sanction what they are doing in secret family courts: take their children and hand them to foster carers, paedophiles or adoptive parents…
Who are the real criminals
- everybody who knows what’s dishonest with our money system but doesn’t change it?
- white collar criminals paid for working in public authorities, such as Police, IPCC, NHS who commit more crimes to cover up instead of apologising?
- judges who sanction what white collar criminals get up to?
Do note what Tom Watson MP writes about the 2 kinds of fraud victims have been observing for decades:
- fraud by false representation
- fraud by failing to disclose information.
November 28, 2012
Advocacy, BBC, Campaigning, Internet Media, Jimmy Savile, Lord McAlpine, Mainstream Media, Paedophilia
BBC, Child abuse, Daily Mail, David Rose, Italy, Lord McAlpine, Theresa May, Twitter
November 8, 2012
BBC, Child Abusers, Internet Media, Jimmy Savile, John Hemming MP, Mirror, Paedophilia, Public Interest, State kidnapping, Tom Watson MP
BBC, Child abuse, Estyn, Jimmy Savile, John Hemming, Newsnight, Nick Clegg, North Wales, Pedophilia, Prime minister's questions, Robert Green, Theresa May, Tom Watson, Wales child abuse scandal
Too good to be true? Is the gap between mainstream media and blogs narrowing?
We send out a clear message to any victim … this is the time for them to speak out … we will make sure that their suffering is atoned for … that perpetrators are brought to justice…
July 5, 2011
Advocacy, Association of Chief Police Officers, Campaigning, Law Society, Public Interest, Solicitors, The Rule of Law
Association of Chief Police Officers, Chief Constable, England and Wales, Family law, Freedom of Information, Home Secretary, John Hemming, Law, Law Society, Police, Theresa May
This was the Freedom of Information (FoI) request to the Association of Chiel Police Officers (ACPO), made by Paul Randle-Jolliffe.
Paul is asking about crimes committed in public or private family law matters.
Victims of other white collar crimes have established long ago that there is a Memorandum of Understanding between ACPO and the Law Society which would, of course, cover family law, too.
Whilst the FoI request says that it’s waiting for an ‘internal review’, it will be interesting to read the outcome!
John Hemming MP offered to look into 2 – 3 well evidenced cases!
Meanwhile, you can put your own observation / case as “annotation”. But don’t go into rants, please.
February 3, 2011
Home Secretary, Ian Liddell Grainger, Law Society, Member of Parliament, Theresa May
Finding the right kind of ‘targets’ for the right kind of complaint procedure is one of the skills that victims need to learn.
Complaining about solicitors may be the most common one. Here is the list of complaints collated by the Law Society. And here is the link to the new Legal Ombudsman who needs to be told about your experiences.
However, most cases are complex and include unprofessional behaviour by lawyers as one of many contributing factors.
The non-investigation of crimes by Police is another seriously contributing factor. Often this seems to be due to a Memorandum of Understanding between the Association of Chief Police Officers and the Law Society which has also been published by CASIA – Complaints Against Solicitors, Action for Independent Adjudication. At the meeting, John Hemming MP suggested it requires a Judicial Review which I shall look into.
Here Mr Ebert simply put the evidence together for the Home Secretary Theresa May.
It would be more effective, if you got your MP to do it for you. For as George Wescott‘s MP Ian Liddell Grainger writes, their communication is being ‘fast tracked’.