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Social Services Stole My Baby

on Sat, 05/07/2016 - 12:37

Why did they take my Angel?
I don’t know why, but I can make some guesses. I do know that they wanted to take her, at any cost, because they never provided or supported any alternative. The kindest reason I could give would be that that choose to take my Angel because it would cost them to support her being with me. Besides, they could make money by taking her into Care.
There are some things that you should know:
• The Local Authority should make every effort to find a solution before considering adoption because it is, in their own words, the most draconian thing to do
• Social Services Child

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Useful Tools and Tips to Assist In Protecting Your Family From The Child Protection Industry

on Thu, 05/15/2014 - 19:30

Fighting 4 Families Family Survival Guide Useful Tools and Tips to Assist In Protecting Your Family From The Child Protection Industry

THIS MATERIAL IS NOT SPECIFIC LEGAL ADVICE FOR YOUR CASE. THEY ARE GENERAL PRINCIPLES, WHICH MAY NOT APPLY IN EVERY CASE. REVIEW IT WITH A LAWYER BEFORE DECIDING HOW TO DEAL WITH CHILD PROTECTION SERVICES.



Scandals of unqualified individuals testifying in court and others being convicted of fraud are everywhere. "I will lie under oath to anyone about anything if I ‘feel’ that it is in the best interest of the child."

The purpose of this guide is to

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Justice For Families Campaign Group help when dealing with Social Services United Kingdom

on Tue, 03/06/2012 - 07:52

http://www.justice-for-families.org.uk/

Justice For Families Campaign Group help when dealing with Social Services United Kingdom

Who's behind Justice for Families?

* Chairman - John A. M. Hemming MA, FRSA, MP
* Directors - John A. M. Hemming MP, Senator Stuart Syvret and Emily L. Wilson-Gavin
* Legal Advisor - Bill Bache

Affiliated Organisations

Justice for Families is not a membership organisation. It has a number of affiliated organisations that have agreed to work with Justice for Families to improve the situation in respect of Public Family Law.

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Legal Advice for Parents fighting Social Services in the United Kingdom

on Tue, 03/06/2012 - 07:45

Where to go for legal advice

The Community Legal Service (CLS) brings together organizations offering legal and advice services into local networks.  These networks are organized and supported by Community Legal Service partnerships, which are made up of representatives of the Legal Services Commissionlocal authorities, and other funders and providers of advice in civil matters.  

The Criminal Defense Services replaces the old system of criminal legal aid and provides services to people accused of crime. Both of these schemes are under the jurisdiction of the Legal Services Commission

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MOTHERS INJUSTICE - United Kingdom Social Services Help Group

on Tue, 03/06/2012 - 07:40

Mothers Injustice Support Group a group of mothers from the United Kingdom fighting the miscarrage of justice cases in the high courts by judges not letting mothers have a fair court case.

The following is a post from the group...

Hi all, just want to share something with everyone on this group. In 1998, I responsibly asked ss for help with my 3 children aged 3,2 and 1 respectively. During the time my children were in respite care, I had a fight with a senior social worker who provoked me into attacking her. My children were not present. I didn't get arrested or charged with assault.

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A disturbing case reveals the remorseless way social workers and courts seek to track down families

on Fri, 11/07/2014 - 06:42
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A disturbing case reveals the remorseless way social workers and courts seek to track down families

Out to seize their children, courts hound a reformed family
A disturbing case reveals the remorseless way social workers and courts seek to track down families who have fled to a new life abroad

 Even Ofsted last week seemed to be joining the ever-growing number of people alarmed by the extent to which our “child protection” system has gone horrendously off the rails. After inspecting the performance of 152 local authority “children’s services” departments, it reported that 83 per cent were performing barely adequately, or worse.

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Talking to Kids about Social Services & Child Protection

on Tue, 06/17/2014 - 20:22
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Talking to Kids about Social Services & Child Protection

Note: This has to be one of the most delusional, unrealistic, deranged portrayals of the child stealing pandemic we are witnessing at this time. Please read this poppycock and then go to the site where this drivel is posted and leave a comment.


I grew up afraid of social services. Social workers were something of a bogeyman in the homeschooling community, and my parents bought into it completely. In fact, in a recent conversation on the topic with my mother, she insisted that social workers today do in fact take children away from their parents for nothing more than homeschooling.

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10 key arguments from the consultation on children’s social work outsourcing

on Thu, 06/12/2014 - 19:30
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10 key arguments from the consultation on children’s social work outsourcing

The government's recent paper on delegating children's services has generated heated debate – we pull out some important points

The government’s contentious consultation over delegating children’s social work functions to third parties has been variously described as the thin end of a sinister wedge that will empower large private firms to run child protection, and an important progression designed to improve and localise services via social enterprise involvement.

Amid the heated discussions that have been taking place over the past six weeks, we’ve pulled out 10 key arguments.

1. The

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Bullied to death by Social Services

on Wed, 05/14/2014 - 17:49
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Bullied to death by Social Services

How a devoted mother with a loving middle-class family was forcibly separated from her son - with fatal consequences

Late morning, April 2003, and for the tenth time in two hours I called my cousin Pam’s mobile.

Again there was no answer, and I was beginning to worry. Earlier, I’d driven past her house and had considered stopping for a coffee — but it was very early, so I’d gone home.

Half an hour later, I’d called her mobile. Then her landline. Then I’d tried texting her. Nothing. For someone who always loved talking on the phone, it was unprecedented.
Proud of his mum: Jack today, with his

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If emotional abuse is to be a crime, who is guilty here?

on Mon, 04/14/2014 - 10:54
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If emotional abuse is to be a crime, who is guilty here?

A mother's misunderstood comment led to her being jailed and her daughter put into a care home

Each time I investigate a new instance of how crazily our “child protection” system has gone off the rails, I wonder how any story could be as bad. To paraphrase the opening lines of Anna Karenina, “all happy families are alike, but each unhappy family that has fallen into the clutches of this system experiences how corrupted it has become in its own way”.

This week’s example is that of a mother and daughter who lived happily together in the middle of one of the most beautiful areas of countryside

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