Category: Justice

Abortion Bill would apply up to birth

This baby at six weeks already has a beating heart.

A bill to decriminalise abortion is being brought before Parliament at 2.30pm on Monday 13th March 2017. Diana Johnson’s Reproductive Health (Access to Terminations): Ten Minute Rule Bill calls for abortion to be decriminalised.  It does this by repealing anti-abortion sections of the Offences against the Person Act 1861. Of course that will make the …

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Magistrate who convicted preachers is Freemason

The Royal Arch 'Triple Tau' device

The chairman of the Bristol Magistrates who convicted two Christian preachers of a Public Order offence earlier this week is a leading Freemason, Christian Voice can disclose. Robert Stacey convicted Michael Overd and Michael Stockwell on Tuesday 28th February.  He handed down £2016 worth of fines and costs each.  He even refused a stay of execution …

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Anti-Transgender bus banned from Barcelona

And here they are again

A bus with an anti-transgender message in Spanish has been banned from Barcelona and not allowed to move in Madrid. And now a judge has supported Madrid’s capture of the bus, reports the BBC.  Jose Juan Escalonilla said the bus could not move until the slogans, including “if you are born a man, you are …

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BMA predicts ‘pregnant man’ craze by banning ‘mothers’

'Freddy' with what appears to be a dog

The BMA predicted the ‘pregnant man’ craze by issuing absurd advice to doctors last year banning the use of the term ‘expectant mother’ in favour of ‘pregnant person’ so as not to offend transsexuals. The advice was published in a BMA internal booklet: “A guide to effective communication: inclusive language in the workplace”. Gender-neutral The …

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Walsall Children Go Home!

Three children taken into care by Walsall Metropolitan Borough Council on the strength of a false allegation of sexual abuse were returned home yesterday. Walsall’s decision to return the children came after their barrister Richard Hadley reviewed the evidence in the case following a failed prosecution of the family’s eldest boys in Wolverhampton Crown Court. A …

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Walsall dither over child care case

P.S. (26th October 2016): Walsall’s barrister,  Mr Richard 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 …

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Transport Police in the dock

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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Council look anew at child care case

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

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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