Advocating the Rule of Law in the Public Interest – not in the BBC’s it seems…

Parliamentary privilege, MPs and super-injunctions is an article by Parliamentary correspondent Mark D’Arcy on the BBC News UK Politics.

His last phrase

what our parliamentarians are allowed to say, and the extent to which it can be reported, is more than just a techie issue for Westminster nerds.

appealed to me: for I am a sort of nerd as a passionate blogger and online activist.

However, my small comment “has been referred fur further consideration”.

What was so offensive, I wonder?

I mentioned that as a blogger I’ve had the ‘privilege’ of being subjected to an “injunction order” from a Council in Wales regarding The Stealing of Baby Harley and a “Reporting Restriction Order” from Doncaster which, of course, has been removed.

Before I can ever publish those nine related posts and three files, WordPress, my blog hosting company, expects me to take those Local Authorities to Court.

For they want a statement from either solicitors or courts. Well, the solicitors got what they were paid to get. Hence there is no point talking to them.

And who am I to take a Local Council to court for the ‘privilege’ of Freedom of Expression and Information on behalf of children who don’t have a voice???

I consider EVERY DAY that passes while those children are AWAY from their mothers a shame on humanity.

Why can’t men see that?

Worse: what has to happen for female social workers to use Draconian measures to separate children from their mothers?

Sighing once again…


About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is
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