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Name: Stephen Green
Date registered: 19 August 2011

Latest posts

  1. Hills of the North, Rejoice! — 25 October 2016
  2. Walsall dither over child care case — 20 October 2016
  3. NatWest closes RT bank accounts — 17 October 2016
  4. Transport Police in the dock — 11 October 2016
  5. The fall of Sam Allardyce — 28 September 2016

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Oct 25

Hills of the North, Rejoice!


Hills of the north, rejoice; River and mountain spring, Hark to the advent voice; Valley and lowland, sing; Though absent long, your Lord is nigh; He judgment brings and victory. Isles of the southern seas, Deep in your coral caves Pent be each warring breeze, Lulled be your restless waves: He comes to reign with …

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Oct 20

Walsall dither over child care case

P.S. (26th October 2016): Walsall’s barrister,  Mr Hadley, today undertook to complete his examination of all the evidence by next week.  He gave Mr Justice Keehan, sitting in the High Court in Nottingham, the clearest possible indication that he expects there to be no case of abuse to answer.   In that event, he said Walsall …

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Oct 17

NatWest closes RT bank accounts

Russia Today is known as 'RT' and has become a 'go-to' place to escape the pro-Western diet of anti-Russia stories.

NatWest is to close the UK bank accounts of the RT news channel, known previously as Russia Today. The bank, part of the RBS (Royal Bank of Scotland) group, wrote a letter to RT on Monday 17th October 2016. NatWest told its London office: “We have recently undertaken a review of your banking arrangements with us …

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Oct 11

Transport Police in the dock

Alun Thomas joined British TRanspotr Police from South Wales Police in January 2015 and was recently promoted from Chief Superintendent to Temporary Assistant Chief Constable, has presided over a miscarriage of justice.

British Transport Police have been accused of a gross miscarriage of justice in a misconduct hearing. Temporary Assistant Chief Constable Alun Thomas chaired a tribunal which dismissed an officer whose children were wrongly taken into care last year after their eldest son made a false allegation of abuse against him and his wife. The couple, …

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Sep 28

The fall of Sam Allardyce

Sam Allardyce resigned as England football manager this morning.

Sam Allardyce resigned as manager of the England football team this morning after only 67 days in the job. So what did he do wrong?  In broad terms, the Daily Telegraph newspaper set out to entrap him and succeeded beyond their wildest dreams. SET UP The paper set ‘Big Sam’ up in a meeting with …

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Sep 23

SAS training New Syrian Army

British special forces pictured on the ground in Syria for the first timeBBC News

Both International Business Times and Russia Today have joined The Sun and Daily Mirror in reporting that British Special Forces are secretly training ‘New Syrian Army’ (NSA) rebels in Jordan. IBTimes says the aim of the Marine Commandos and SAS is to equip and empower the US-backed NSA to fight Islamic State or ‘Daesh’ (why do American …

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Sep 22

Council look anew at child care case

Walsall Family Court

In legal cases what is said between advocates in a conference room is often as important as what happens in court. And so it proved on Wednesday last week (14th September 2016) at Walsall Family Court, where a local authority was forced to go back to the drawing board in a child care case. ACQUITTAL …

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Sep 16

Limited consultation on sharia courts

Kadhis (judges) of the Sharia Council delve into Islamic law

The Governments’ consultation into sharia courts opened in July and closed in August. It was said to be ‘part of an independent review into its use in England and Wales’. Professor Mona Siddiqui, a Muslim herself, was appointed to lead it, ‘investigating the treatment of women in cases involving divorce, domestic violence and child custody’. …

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Sep 12

Judge: ‘Not Guilty’ doesn’t mean ‘Innocent’

Her Honour Judge Rosalind Bush

Update 22/09/2016: Click here for Council look anew at care case. A senior family court judge told a court last Friday (9th September 2016) that a ‘Not Guilty’ verdict in the criminal court did not mean the defendants were innocent. Judge Rosalind Bush said a ‘Not Guilty’ verdict merely meant the jury had not been …

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Sep 07

Michael Fallon’s MOD gives IS ‘hitlist’

Rt Hon Michael Fallon MP - 'foolish'

Mr Michael Fallon is under pressure to resign after the Ministry of Defence published a list of serving commissioned military personnel online. The story has been reported on Russia Today, in The Sun and International Business Times, to name but three. The list contains 20,000 names, with rank and number, of every regular serving officer, reservist …

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