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Ian Tomlinson was a newspaper vendor who was killed by police in 2009 at the G20 demonstrations after being mistaken for a protester.

Govt to scrap human rights laws

Last week, the Akashic Times revealed how the government unveiled new laws outlining their plans to abolish freedom of speech and protest for anyone who criticises the government. You can read about that story HERE. However, sadly, the drive to obliterate every shred of the traditional human rights that we hold dear doesn’t end there. David Cameron has yet another[Read More...]

David Cameron unveils plans to ban free speech and protest

David Cameron unveils plans to ban free speech and protest

The government has unveiled plans to ban anyone who criticises it from appearing on TV or protesting. Under the guise of protecting the public from ‘extremism’ the government proposal will allow police to vet the social media activity of “harmful” individuals and curb their right to speak at public events. The maximum sentence could be up to 10 years in[Read More...]

Parents banned for waving at their children

Parents banned for waving at their children

Parents who defy court orders prohibiting them to have any contact with their children – which includes waving goodbye – are routinely thrown into jail by British social services, it has been revealed. This is not just occurring in cases where parents have been found to be abusing or neglecting their children but in cases where no wrongdoing has been[Read More...]

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...]

Jimmy Tarbuck

Jimmy Tarbuck case highlights concerns over secret arrests

From the people that brought you secret courts…please welcome to the stage..secret arrests. Sounds like the header for a bad comedy doesn’t it? But this latest scandal over Jimmy Tarbuck has proved to be no laughing matter. Less than a week after UK MPs effectively voted away the right to fair trial in Britain by paving the way for secret[Read More...]