Category Archive: Brutal Britain

Jul 27

BBC unwatchable on Gay Jubilee

Today is the fiftieth anniversary of the legalisation of sodomy. Consequently, the BBC will be unwatchable and unlistenable for a week at least. Especially today, all BBC channels will be awash with ‘Gay Britania’.  It is exactly fifty years since the enactment of the Sexual Offences Act 1967. BBC reflecting the Establishment One can argue …

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Jul 24

Boots in Morning-After Pill row

Boots has come under attack from a leading abortionist angry at the Chemist’s pricing for the morning-after pill. According to the BBC, the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) issued a press release on Friday 21st July 2017.  BPAS demanded Boots and other pharmacies reduce the cost of what it euphemistically called ’emergency contraception’ Levonelle.  ‘Levonelle’ is a …

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Jul 13

Medway Council took children because home ‘untidy’

A local authority took two children into care because a house was ‘untidy’, a mother has told Christian Voice. And now, seven years later, Medway Council are trying to send the mother to prison for speaking out about her case.  This is despite both children now being over eighteen.  Care proceedings end at eighteen. Medway …

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Jul 11

Charlie Gard: Why can’t his parents decide?

Stop Press (24/07/2017) Charlie’s parents have ended their fight after a US doctor said it was now too late to treat their baby.  What would have happened had Great Ormond Street Hospital simply allowed them to take him to the US in March, we shall never know. (And do read Canon Giles Fraser on this …

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Jul 10

They’re all backing London Gay Pride

Businesses and politicians fell over each other to support the London Gay Pride parade at the weekend. The BBC reported: ‘With almost 50 official partners, ranging from airlines to mobile networks, and a list of over 60 supporters, companies are signing up to try to stamp out prejudice.’ Well, no, they are not trying to ‘stamp …

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Jul 05

Saudi Arabia funding UK extremism

Saudi Arabia is the leading overseas nation funding Muslim extremist ideology, a think-tank has claimed. The Henry Jackson Society is named after the late anticommunist US Democrat hawk.  It has investigated links between a number of Gulf States and British mosques. Its report, linked here, is published at a critical time.  The UK Government refuse …

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Jul 04

Canadian mother puts transgender curse on baby

An eight-month old baby has been given a Canadian health card with no gender marker. The media claim it is the first case in the world. A health card seems to be a little like a British NHS card. It is not a registration of birth.  A Canadian court will hear arguments over the latter. …

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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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