Monthly Archive: June 2017

Jun 30

Bristol preachers acquitted on appeal

Two street preachers convicted by lay magistrates won their appeal in Bristol Crown Court yesterday. Michael Overd and Michael Stockwell had fines and costs totalling over £2,000 each set aside. Judge Martin Picton watched a video which Mr Overd took to safeguard himself from malicious prosecution. Moreover, His Honour took that as the prosecution case and heard …

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Jun 22

Bexley children finally go home

Four children from a family rent apart by false allegations two years ago have finally gone home. In early March 2017 Judge Diane Redgrave approved an agreement worked out between counsel for the parents, Hilary Pollock, and the London Borough of Bexley.  Bexley returned the children to their parents on 29th March. The Lord’s hand …

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Jun 20

Judge finds father in contempt of court again

A father in dispute with Medway Council narrowly escaped jail for contempt of court in Canterbury County Court last week for the second time in six months. Eugene Lukjanenko was charged with five breaches of an order made on 30th September 2015. The Order prohibited him from naming employees or ex-employees of the Council online. …

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Jun 13

Tories promise family courts reform

The Conservative Party promised reform of the family courts in their manifesto following a rooftop protest. It is of course open to argument whether the manifesto commitment was a response to the protest at the home of Edward Timpson.  Mr Timpson was Minister of State for Vulnerable Children and Families in the previous government.  It follows he …

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Jun 09

Hung Parliament as Theresa drops the ball

After all the sound and fury, we have a hung parliament following yesterday’s General Election.  You can check the results on the BBC website here.  It looks very like the Conservatives will govern with the support of Ulster’s Democratic Unionist Party.  The figures add up. With one seat to declare, the Tories have 318 seats and …

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Jun 08

Vigil Muslims are Ahmadiyya ‘heretics’

Many will have been cheered by images of Muslims at vigils for the recent victims of terror. The mainstream media have been quick to promote the idea of Muslims standing in solidarity with society. After all, it bolsters the establishment proposition that Islam is a ‘religion of peace’. Nevertheless, after a bit of analysis, it appears virtually …

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Jun 07

Bilderberg meets in Chantilly, Virginia

American and European top politicians, industrialists and bankers met last weekend to decide how the world will be run.  The Bilderberg Group gathered at Chantilly, Virginia, USA from 2nd to 4th June 2017. You don’t have to be a conspiracy theorist to be concerned about it. Firstly, these wealthy individuals rather than politicians we elect are going to …

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Jun 06

London Bridge: Mrs May missing the mark

Khuram Butt and Rachid Redouane were two of the three London Bridge attackers

Saturday night’s attack at London Bridge has been followed this morning by a statement from Theresa May.  But yet again, despite her ‘enough is enough’, her response is inadequate. Mrs May is now vulnerable to Labour on security.  Mr Corbyn’s denunciation of 20,000 police cuts, and his call for no more foreign interventions are striking …

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Jun 02

Ariana Grande wished fans would die

The singer Ariana Grande wished fans would die, according to 2014 report in the respected New York Daily News. The paper reports: ‘While visiting a Manhattan radio station this summer (2014), the 21-year-old “Better Left Unsaid” singer should’ve left her thoughts unsaid. ‘I hope they all f—ing die’ ‘“She did autographs and pics and was …

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