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Cinderella Law dangerous State intrusion into families

Cinderella Law dangerous State intrusion into families

The latest insane proposal to come out of the Westminster asylum, introducing a criminal offence of ‘emotional abuse’ or a ‘Cinderella Law’, is politically correct, feminist driven idiocy designed to further the ambitions – and the profits – of ambitious politicians and protection charities. The UK already has more child protection laws, more child protection…

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Police invitations to ‘victims’ encouraging false allegations

Police invitations to ‘victims’ encouraging false allegations

Police officers making statements related to sex abuse cases have been told to always include a reference to “brave victims” and to always invite other “victims” to come forward with more allegations, safe in the knowledge that they will be assumed to be telling the truth, even though they may well have other motives. The…

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Olympics bring loss and misery whilst hiding government manipulation

Olympics bring loss and misery whilst hiding government manipulation

Whilst David Cameron and his ministers, the pompous London Mayor Boris Johnson,  over-paid dignitaries and the inevitable hangers on all look forward to an enjoyable and all-expenses-paid Olympic experience, TheOpinionSite.org wishes to remind its readers that many businesses, local traders and many ordinary members of the public are preparing for an expensive and utterly miserable…

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Work Programme failing miserably new figures show

Work Programme failing miserably new figures show

The Work Programme, intended to get the long-term unemployed back to work, is failing miserably according to the government’s own figures released yesterday. Despite the Employment Minister, Chris Grayling trying desperately to talk up the figures, the statistics show that in fact less than 25% of Work programme attendees have had any true break from…

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TheOpinionSite.org receives its first million visitors – and is still counting

TheOpinionSite.org receives its first million visitors – and is still counting

As TheOpinionSite.org receives its first million visitors, its creator and editor, Raymond Peytors offers this personal message: This week saw TheOpinionSite.org exceed the million visitor mark which, for what is essentially a political comment site, is a fair achievement after only 2 years of being created. My sincere thanks go out to all those who…

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Government again uses paedophile paranoia to justify Internet snooping Law

Government again uses paedophile paranoia to justify Internet snooping Law

On the day the beleaguered Child Exploitation & Online Protection agency (CEOP) has led nationwide arrests for downloading child porn, had only this morning released a report effectively asking for more money, warned of a connection between child porn and ‘contact offending’ and had released a ‘dramatic’ video showing a raid on a porn suspect’s…

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Government must not weaken over police reforms

Government must not weaken over police reforms

The government’s resolve to reform the way in which the Police operate is being severely tested after the announcement that the former rail regulator and lawyer, Tom Winsor is to be appointed as the new Chief Inspector of Constabulary for England and Wales. TheOpinionSite.org believes that the government is right to appoint someone from outside…

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Queen’s Jubilee costs £3 billion while poorest families starve

Queen’s Jubilee costs £3 billion while poorest families starve

The cost of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee to Britain and its taxpayers is estimated by the government to be as much as £3 billion. At the same time, many of the unemployed, disadvantaged and poor do not have enough to pay for basic necessities, including food, energy and water. The huge cost to the country…

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IPP delays may cause prison riots warns Parole Board chief

IPP delays may cause prison riots warns Parole Board chief

Increasingly long delays in hearing parole applications from prisoners serving Indeterminate sentences for Public protection (IPP) may cause riots in UK prisons if such delays are not addressed immediately, the government has been warned. However, there are even bigger IPP problems that have to be dealt with if the situation is to improve. TheOpinionSite.org predicted…

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Internet censorship likely as government seeks even more power

Internet censorship likely as government seeks even more power

The Prime Minister, David Cameron is meeting with Virgin Media, Sky and other Internet Service Providers (ISP) supposedly to discuss the best ways of “protecting children” from pornography and “inappropriate” content. TheOpinionSite.org and others though believe that what Cameron really wants is to control what the public read and see online, as this government and…

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