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Police fail to condemn anti-paedophile vigilantes despite victim suicide

Police fail to condemn anti-paedophile vigilantes despite victim suicide

Leicestershire police have refused to condemn an anti-paedophile vigilante group that calls itself ‘Letzgo Hunting’, despite the fact that a victim of the group who had not even been charged by police later committed suicide. It is believed that the man who hanged himself could have been driven to suicide by the potential stigma of…

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Britain revealed as insignificant after Syria vote

Britain revealed as insignificant after Syria vote

After David Cameron’s embarrassing parliamentary defeat this week over US action in Syria, the extent to which Britain is now insignificant in world events has finally been revealed. The myth of Britain retaining power and influence in the world was this week blown apart as President Obama simply shrugged off Britain’s refusal to go along…

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False abuse allegations may increase after new guidelines

False abuse allegations may increase after new guidelines

The recent acquittal of former news tycoon Eddie Shah, after being found not guilty of raping a 12 year old girl years ago, demonstrates clearly that despite the bleating of NAPAC, the NSPCC and other so-called ‘charities’, complainants of ‘historic’ abuse do not always tell the truth. Despite new guidelines given to the police and…

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Conservatives celebrate Bedroom Tax victory and new Protection Orders

Conservatives celebrate Bedroom Tax victory and new Protection Orders

Conservatives are celebrating their latest High Court victory, this time involving the Bedroom Tax and the government goes ahead with the introduction of an almost limitless Public Space Protection Order which could potentially allow any specified behaviour or activity to be made unlawful. Judges rules that the governments’ so called “bedroom tax” was not unlawful…

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European Court rules whole life tariffs breach human rights

European Court rules whole life tariffs breach human rights

In a ruling this week that has unsurprisingly upset Downing Street, Conservative party backbenchers and right-wing campaigners, the European Court of Human Rights has ruled that whole life tariffs as currently handed down by British courts are unlawful. Whilst making it clear that the court was not offering prisoners serving whole life tariffs any imminent…

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