Tag Archive: Stephen Green

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 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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May 24

Didsbury Mosque link to ‘respectful’ bomber

A mosque and Islamic Centre south of Manchester are linked to the Manchester Arena bombing. The bomber, identified in a leak from US security as Salman Ramadan Abedi, was a regular worshiper at Didsbury Mosque.  His father is a leading player in the mosque.  Abu Ismail Abedi regularly calls the men to prayer. Didsbury mosque is …

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May 23

Lawyers call for total no-fault divorce

A group of lawyers wants the new Parliament to legislate for total no-fault divorce. The idea was floated years ago, in John Major’s ill-fated Family Law Act 1996.  Despite that, it was never implemented. Divorce on ‘Irretrievable breakdown’ Many people do not know there is only one legal ground for divorce.  It is that the marriage has …

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May 16

Prince Charles in Indonesia Muslim Row

The Prince of Wales is embroiled in a row over the persecution of Christians by Muslims in Indonesia. Lecture on ‘Middle Path Islam’ Prince Charles is Patron of the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies.  The Centre has invited the Vice President of Indonesia, Muslim extremist Jusuf Kalla, to speak at 5pm on Thursday 18th May. …

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May 16

Russian hacking scare for General Election

A Russian hacking scare is doing the rounds in our newspapers. Just for a change, this time the imaginary target is the UK’s General Election. However, it is not clear what they are supposed to be doing.  Are they firing off tweets?  Did they leak the Labour Manifesto?  Are they planning to flood the count with agents? …

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