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NSPCC and protection charities receive £21 million from National Lottery players

NSPCC and protection charities receive £21 million from National Lottery players

TheOpinionSite.org can reveal that so far this year, 235 grants from the National Lottery have been made to charities dealing with public protection and sexual abuse to a total value of £21,307,631. Individual grants range from as little as £3,000 to several million, the larger grants sometimes being split between different sections of the same…

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Assange sex allegations force British submission to Washington, women’s groups and EAW

Assange sex allegations force British submission to Washington, women’s groups and EAW

Whilst the tabloids concern themselves with making money from the alleged sexual exploits of Julian Assange, the British government continues to endure acute embarrassment following his failed extradition. Britain’s subservience to the United States and the government’s insistence on supporting the increasingly discredited European Arrest Warrant (EAW), especially when targeted at alleged sex offenders, have…

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New Police Commissioners politically driven and open to corruption

New Police Commissioners politically driven and open to corruption

TheOpinionSite.org believes that the election of political party candidates as new Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) will result in politically driven policies within police forces. Commissioners are likely to drive police policies along party lines with unpopular groups and individuals being targeted in order to gain political popularity and causing the Police Service to lose…

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Chief Inspector of Prisons fears for children held behind bars

Chief Inspector of Prisons fears for children held behind bars

The Chief Inspector of Prisons, Nick Hardwick has expressed fears for the wellbeing of some 16 and 17 year old boys held in custody. While the present and previous governments, together with child protection charities hypocritically call for greater protection of children, they also demand longer sentences and tougher release conditions for such ‘vulnerable’ children…

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