@BBCNews @UK_Database_CSA @ChildrensComm @Nigel_Farage #JamesMunby 13,248 babies taken at birth between 2007 and 2014

15 12 14 BBC babiesWhat does it matter when BBC Today publishes

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

  1. to snatch children as Police and Social Services;
  2. to legitimise the stealing in secret family courts;
  3. 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

which proposes these 9 points:

  1. 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.
  2. Open placement and adoption order proceedings to the media on the same basis as other family law proceedings.
  3. Introduce a presumption to allow reporting of Family Court proceedings on an anonymised basis (e.g. Child A, the mother of Child A).
  4. 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.
  5. Mandate that all local authority witnesses, including social workers as well as expert witnesses, be identified by name and position(s) held.
  6. Require expert witnesses to list previous court cases in which they have given evidence, on application and subject to administrative costs.
  7. 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.
  8. Allow media access to expert reports on an anonymised basis, with reporting restrictions imposed only in exceptional circumstances.
  9. 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.
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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 www.smartknowledge.space
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