- ‘Huge rise’ in newborn babies subject to care proceedings
- as Education Secretary, Nicky Morgan MP claims it can be the right decision to remove a child at birth!
Does it make a difference, what the President of the Family Courts Sir James Munby says, writes or publishes as a judgement?
What does it matter when parents win their case at the European Court of Human Rights?
The answer is: NO, NOTHING CHANGES. For there are too many bad apples in a system where people are PAID
- to snatch children as Police and Social Services;
- to legitimise the stealing in secret family courts;
- to practise what is called ‘abusive’ in the report produced by member of the Russian Parliament Olga Borzova for the Council of Europe: Social Services in Europe.
The Prime Minister will make announcements regarding changes later today, according to this BBC announcement:
- Failing children’s services face takeover, PM will say
The culture of “we intimidate you until you comply” continues, while the roots of problems are NOT addressed:
- who benefits from institutionalised child snatching over decades?
- in whose interest is it to have a ‘market’ for children in the UK, as described in this UN report?
- paedos are after sex; social services and Police are just doing their job, possibly with sex and money or other perks, fearing for their pensions…
However, Douglas Carswell of UKIP
- secured a debate on Forced Adoptions in the House of Commons on 25 November 2015
- and contributed to this 10-page UKIP report Opening up Family Courts
which proposes these 9 points:
- Promote more extensive use of Special Guardianship Orders, particularly where a child is made a ward of an extended family member, such as a grandparent.
- Open placement and adoption order proceedings to the media on the same basis as other family law proceedings.
- Introduce a presumption to allow reporting of Family Court proceedings on an anonymised basis (e.g. Child A, the mother of Child A).
- Mandate publication of all judgments (those from district judges on application and subject to a fee), except where the presiding judge seeks and obtains a contrary order from the President of the Family Division.
- Mandate that all local authority witnesses, including social workers as well as expert witnesses, be identified by name and position(s) held.
- Require expert witnesses to list previous court cases in which they have given evidence, on application and subject to administrative costs.
- Publish, on an anonymised basis, all statements of case, skeleton arguments, case summaries and other documents prepared and exchanged by the advocates in a case.
- Allow media access to expert reports on an anonymised basis, with reporting restrictions imposed only in exceptional circumstances.
- Allow unrestricted access to expert reports to academics for peer review on the condition that any research papers written as to the quality of reports are anonymised.