Category: Social Services

Bexley Council threat over ‘injustice’ video

Bexley council threat over ‘injustice’ video Press Release from Christian Voice – Immediate: 12.20 hrs 20th January 2016 The Head of Children’s Services at a local authority has threatened a journalist over a video claiming her department ‘visited injustice’ on a family in her borough. Jacky Tiotto, Head of Children’s Services at the London Borough of …

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Christmas ruined by Social Services

Happy New Year.  At this festive season, please spare a prayer for one Christian family who are spending their second Christmas divided.  I traveled to Bexley on Monday 21st December 2015 to interview the parents. Following a foolish and false allegation from their eldest son, who has since vehemently retracted it, all four children are now …

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Cornwall Council in discrimination case

A local council has won a secret trial after being sued for discrimination by a father under the Human Rights Act. The father, whom we cannot name, is opposed to same-sex marriage and abortion and is suing Cornwall Council after its social services department intervened to prevent contact between him and his son, now five. He …

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What does ‘taken into care’ mean?

Birmingham Social Services oversaw some of the worst cases of child abuse, including that of seven-year-old Khyra Ishaq, who starved to death at her home in Handsworth in 2008, and Keanu Williams, who was found collapsed in his mother’s partner’s flat in 2011. These high-profile cases, following after that of baby Peter Connelly, who was murdered …

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Shocking Documentary about UK Forced Adoption Practices

This June, ITV ran a shocking documentary on the UK’s forced adoption practices. Titled ‘Exposure – ‘Please Don’t Take My Child’, the film chronicled the ongoing scandal of social workers abducting children from loving parents. Read more about the documentary on the ITV news website or watch the full video below. The video should impress …

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New Family Court won’t end injustice

The much-trumpeted legal reforms announced today will not end the secrecy and injustice which surrounds the Family Court. The plan includes new time limits for cases where children are taken into care, which could work against parents struggling to meet demands placed upon them by social services departments. Ministers said the changes would put the welfare of …

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Multiculturalism Caused Government to Hide Truth of Muslim Grooming Gangs

(Since writing the report below, new information has surfaced. See “UK: Prosecutor ‘branded a racist’ for prosecuting Muslim rape gang” and “Rotherham child sex scandal: these children were victims of ‘anti-racism’” ). British Government knew about Muslim child grooming gangs and chose to hide this knowledge. A new comprehensive report, titled “Easy Meat: Multiculturalism, Islam …

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German Home-schooling Family Allowed to Stay in United States

The Romeike family will be able to stay in the United States following a remarkable turnaround by the federal government. Uwe and Hannelore Romeike have been fighting to keep their family in the United States, where they immigrated legally from Germany in 2008. Had the family stayed in Germany they would have faced heavy penalties …

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Scotland’s Children Bill is Massive Intrusion into Family Life

The Scottish Parliament has passed a bill that assigns one social worker to every child in Scotland. The controversial measure, Known as ‘Children and Young People (Scotland) Bill’, was passed in Edinburgh last week with a vote of 103-0 with 15 abstentions.  It allocates a ‘named person’ with unspecified powers to each child. Christian groups …

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Protests over lesbian adoption of Somali girl

The adoption by white lesbians of a girl from the Muslim Somali community has been halted after protests. The three-year-old was due to be handed over by Harrow Borough Council but a week of protests have left the Council with no alternative but to put the adoption on hold. More than 50 women from the Somali …

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