Category Archives: The Telegraph

JUDGE SLAMS Haringey Council over most shocking case ever – but family is destroyed anyhow

Blessed be Christopher Booker who has been writing about hundreds of cases in secret family courts regularly for The Telegraph and the Daily Mail. About the Musas he published 14 articles and feared that they contributed to getting them behind … Continue reading

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MEPs must investigate this child-snatching scandal: conclusion of pilgrimage to Brussels

Before travelling to Brussels, we put this press release together. There and then, we had the benefits of          the official video of the Petitions Committee meeting;          the 6 minutes of our presentation – called ‘flawless’;          A 3-minute … Continue reading

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Innocent parents ‘to lose more children’ and other mainstream media links

What a relief to see more and more articles in newspapers! Thanks to the mother who was featured as ‘Katherine Simmonds’ in the Channel IV programme How competent are expert witnesses?, here is a great list of links: Do expert … Continue reading

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The family justice system is callous, corrupt and staggeringly expensive

This article was published in The Telegraph a year ago on 02 April 2011. It’s a review of the interim Report about the Family Justice System by Christian Norgrove. The budget figure mentioned is £3.4 billion a year – making … Continue reading

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UK Social Services may have overstepped the mark laid down by EU law

How many ‘cases’ of child snatching does it take before one begins to believe what is and has been happening up and down the UK? How can anyone imagine how the secrecy of family courts is enhanced by the threat … Continue reading

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