Legislation

Couple saves baby from social workers

Couple saves baby from social workers

A couple have spoken out about how they saved their grandchildren from forced adoption. Lee and Katrina Parker told reporters how social workers – who operated under the protection of the secretive family courts – had desperately tried to put their granddaughter, India Parker, up for adoption, even though she had relatives who were perfectly capable of looking after her.[Read More...]

UK enforces law which bans public from criticising the govt

UK enforces law which bans public from criticising the govt

A British citizen was held for days without charge in a London mental hospital under little-known laws which allow the police to arrest and detain anybody who voices criticism against politicians or celebrities. The Fixated Threat Assessment Centre (FTAC) was quietly set up to identify individuals who they claim pose a direct threat to VIPs including the Prime Minister, the[Read More...]

New law to require Australians to register tattoos

New law to require Australians to register tattoos

A law has been proposed in New South Wales, Australia which requires those with tattoos to register their tattoos to the state government. The law is being justified as a way to crack down on biker gangs in the country but includes owners of tattoo parlours and even those with tattoos in New South Wales to submit detailed information about[Read More...]

Andrew Ash pictured at the age of 14

Politicians and celebrities ‘abused boy in elite peadophile rings’

A former female MP was at the centre of a care home abuse scandal which has unveiled a paedophile network that goes all the way up to number 10 downing street, police have been told. She is alleged to have forced a boy in care to perform a vile sex act at one of a series of drug-fuelled parties in[Read More...]

Ancient chancel law could force UK homeowners to pay church costs

Ancient chancel law could force UK homeowners to pay church costs

Thousands of homeowners from across the UK may find themselves at the short end of a very thin wedge thanks to a little known law in which the church can literally force people to pay for their upkeep. It turns out that a little known chancel repair law dating back to the Middle Ages can allow churches to force anyone[Read More...]