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 fostering one of the bigger ‘industries’ in the UK…

The final report gave rise to this Early Day Motion (EDM).

Victims of Social Services and the family courts should ask their MP [use  WriteToThem ]to sign the EDM and to get them to talk to John Hemming MP.

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About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is www.smartknowledge.space
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6 Responses to The family justice system is callous, corrupt and staggeringly expensive

  1. matthias sunday says:

    How long? How long will these innocent couple be languishing in prison? Do we have conscience at all? Why are we not on the street demanding the release of the musa and gloria from prison. The whole mankind should rise up as one and shout to the roof top demanding the release of musa, gloria and their children today and let them go back to their country

  2. Anonymous says:

    God ,help this couple to come back home.

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