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Thursday, March 29, 2007
  Justice for Families - MP Lobby 28th March 2007
The following 5 videos cover the whole of the event.
No 1

No 2

No 3

No 4

No 5
 
  Launch of Angela Cannings Foundation Video
The following is the first video following the launch of the Angela Cannings Foundation at the Justice for Families Parliamentary Lobby yesterday.
 
Wednesday, March 28, 2007
  Justice for Families - Launch of Angela Cannings Foundation
Justice for Families - Launch of Angela Cannings Foundation
The above is a photograph of the participants in the Justice for Families Parliamentary Lobby this morning.

This is the first parliamentary lobby from Justice for Families. Chaired by John Hemming MP and with Bill Bache as Legal Advisor Justice for Families is campaigning for “justice for families”.

The word “family” indicates that this means campaigning for justice children, parents and grandparents. We will be looking at issues from the children’s perspective, the parents’ perspective and the wider families’ perspective.

This lobby looks specifically at the issue of miscarriages of justice in the criminal courts, but also at secrecy in the Family Courts. The Angela Cannings Foundation will also be launched at this event. The Angela Cannings Foundation has been set up to support and assist parents/carers who have been falsely accused of killing or harming their children. It will be run by people who have suffered at the hands of the system.

The following further seven Justice for Families lobbies are being worked on at the moment:

Children in Care are not necessarily Safe – why are some allowed to be prostitutes, but not cook toast for each other. The views of children who have been in care.

Why is there so little action to deal with perjury in the Family Courts? - we are expecting a book launch at this event. The views of those people who have been in the courts.

Dr David Southall – his work and how his treatment of children and parents has been covered up. The views of his victims: children and parents.

Forced Adoption and Adoption Targets – stories from children who were wrongly adopted and their birth and adoptive families damaged by the system.

Is Social Work now Baby Broking – the views of social workers.

Grandparents and the System – the views of grandparents

Why do the doctors get it wrong in court so often and are they paid more to get it wrong than if they got it right – the views of doctors
 
Tuesday, March 27, 2007
  Written Parliamentary Questions: 27th March 2007
Miscarriages of Justice: Family Courts

Q:To ask the Minister of State, Department for Constitutional Affairs

(1) which Minister would be responsible for assessing whether systemic miscarriages of justice were occurring in the family courts;

(2) if she will establish a review of family court cases where Dr. David Southall retained a special case file.

A:My right hon. Friend The Lord Chancellor is responsible for supporting the efficient and effective administration of the courts. The judiciary is primarily responsible for guarding against miscarriages of justice and they are entirely independent of the executive. It is open to the parties in an individual case to seek legal advice about the route to appeal if they are dissatisfied with the outcome of the case.

My right hon. Friend the Secretary of State for Education and Skills has inquiry-ordering powers in relation to the exercise by local authorities of their children's services functions. In 2004, a review of cases that were before the family courts, and of children where the courts has made care orders (under section 31 of the Children Act 1989) was undertaken by local authorities at the request of my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State for Education and Skills, the results of which were reported to Parliament. There are currently no plans to conduct a review of family court cases in which Dr. David Southall has been involved. (Harriet Harman, Minister of State, Department for Constitutional Affairs)
 
  People's Assembly

It is quite nice of the People's Assembly to video and upload speeches to YouTube. I have extracted mine which is above. This does highlight how I really do need to lose weight. I did this speech last week.

We will be doing videos with the press conference/lobby tomorrow about miscarriages of justice. Indeed I think it will be a good idea to do a video about local issues in Yardley etc.
 
Monday, March 26, 2007
  Scrutiny and the Family Courts
It is quite clear that the Family Court Proceedings need more truly independent scrutiny. The government appear to be backtracking on openness.

What is needed is something to protect the participants from miscarriages of justice. One option is to use the same rules as the criminal courts where most material is handled in public, but the court can go into private session.

The government's option of bringing in the media was never ideal. What we need to be able to do is to discuss the proceedings in retrospect to determine what went wrong. We need to be able to compare the evidence from experts in different courts to find out what nonsense is being spouted. However, what we don't want is people's dirty linen to be strewn across the nation. The system with small pockets of commonsense is currently strewn with disaster. What I do get sitting in the House of Commons is contacts from across the country as the disaster continues to unfold.

It is clearly the case that the proceedings in the family courts are massively flawed very frequently. In part there is a statutory cause. However, courts where claiming innocence is proof of guilt should have died out centuries ago.
 
Friday, March 23, 2007
  OLDHAM MBC v (1) GW (2) PW (3) KPW (A CHILD BY HIS GUARDIAN JACQUELINE COULTRIDGE) & FORBES (Intervenor) (2007)
This is an interesting case where the initial medical opinion was wrong. The judge refused permission to get a second opinion. Ages later it was found that the initial medical opinion was wrong. Importantly the Appeal Court also refused permission to get a second opinion to start out with.

This case has a public anonymised judgment. This family has been very badly treated both by the medical profession and also by the family division and initially by the appeal court although the parents were allowed a second opinion later.

This was not a strict SBS (Shaken Baby Syndrome) case as it came close to this, but was not the usual one as there was no retinal damage.

I may upload the judgment somewhere. The big issue, however, is that we are holding back medical work in the UK by just assuming that it is the parents that cause damage.

Proper work is needed which is intellectually rigorous dealing with SBS.

This judgment confirms my view that there are substantial systematic problems within the Family Division. I doubt whether it is possible to get justice within the UK as far as Public Family Law is concerned most of the time. Clearly there are some better judgments, but so much seems to be a scandalously lax system of reasoning that relies on conflicted opinions from Childrens Services.
 
Thursday, March 22, 2007
  Are people smarter than yeast?
A question posited to some extent by the link which I shall read more of when I get the time.

My own belief is that the answer on a collective basis is "yes - but not by much".
 
  Parents to Lobby Parliament
Parents who have been victims of miscarriages of justice and inappropriate prosecutions are planning a lobby of MPs next week. A meeting between Bill Bache, the legal advisor for Justice for Families and John Hemming MP, Chairman of Justice for families, is planning a lobby of MPs. Ian and Angela Gay, Angela Cannings and Marianne Williams have agreed to come to jointly lobby MPs on 28th March to call for changes in procedure and an end to false prosecutions of parents.

Bill Bache, the legal advisor, said, "If a Doctor does not know why a child has died then they should say that. They should not point the finger at parents merely because the cause of death is unclear."

John Hemming MP said, "There is a systematic problem in the operation of justice in both the criminal and family courts. The whole system needs an overhaul."

ENDS

Note for Editors:
Ian and Angela Gay were recently acquitted in a retrial where they were alleged to have poisoned their adopted son with salt and also shaken him.

Angela Cannings was released after being falsely imprisoned for the death of two of her children who died from SIDS.

Marianne Williams was acquitted in late 2006 when the doctor treating her son who died blamed her for poisoning him with salt.
 
Wednesday, March 21, 2007
  Written Parliamentary Question: 21st March 2007
Paediatrics: Vetting

Q:To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many paediatricians working in hospitals in England have an up-to-date Criminal Records Bureau certificate clearing them to work with children.

A:This information is not held centrally. It is the responsibility of individual employers to carry out Criminal Records Bureau checks when employing any staff working with children, including paediatricians, in order to satisfy themselves that they are safe to carry out this type of work. NHS Employers provides guidance to employers on this matter. (Rosie Winterton, Minister of State (Health Services), Department of Health)
 
  "In Care" is not always safe for children
The link is to a BBC story about a Foster Carer being convicted of abusing children in her care in Bristol. This continued to 2005 so it cannot be claimed that the procedures have been improved to prevent this from happening.

What worries me is that I have heard of the death of a child in foster care in the North West. On approaching the local authority, however, they refuse to say anything. I am worried that foster carers are getting overloaded as well.

Many of the prosecutions that ensure are where the victims are now adults. It worries me the number of stories I hear from children in care whose views are not taken into account by the system.

I must stress that the vast majority of foster carers do a good job caring for children. However, there are also material numbers that abuse children. If fewer children were taken into care in the first instance then there would be less of a need to use the more marginal carers.

It is, however, now clear to me that the substance of the problem lies in the Family Courts themselves. The Local Authorities (Childrens Services) defend the system by saying decisions are made in the Family Courts. However, the Family Courts rely on the opinion of Childrens Services and to a lesser extent CAFCASS.

Childrens Services are conflicted by being driven to increase adoptions. Legally that should mean that their opinion is discounted. It is, however, not discounted and hence any care proceedings that lead towards forced adoption are automatically in contravention of the Article 6 right to a fair trial. This also applies to aspects of care proceedings that drive in that direction.
 
Tuesday, March 20, 2007
  Grandparents and Childrens Services
The system is really stacked against grandparents. They have all the powers of the state aligned against them and generally cannot get legal aid.

It is also not in the state's interests for grandparents to look after children as it does not satisfy the adoption targets and the money machine that has built up around child protection is insufficiently fed.
 
Sunday, March 18, 2007
  St Patrick's Day Parade Photos Birmingham 2007
The link is to a flickr set of photos.

The BBC have some photos

These are the organisers photo site but no photos as yet.

This (if it lasts as a URL) gives about 50 photos from the Post and Mail

http://www.flickr.com/photos/tim_ellis/427458104/

http://flickr.com/photos/peteashton/418658144/

http://www.leejordan.org.uk/v2/photos/album/st-patricks-parade-birmingham-uk/

http://www.stpatricksfestival.com/photos/?album=72057594084101913

http://www.stpatricksfestival.com/photos/?album=72057594081200352
 
  Sally Clark - It's still happening
The most important point to note from the press coverage relating to the miscarriage of justice relating to Sally Clark (and Angela Cannings, Ian and Angela Gay and the prosecutions of Trupti Patel and Marianne Williams) is that this is still going on.

Firstly, parents are being prosecuted because doctors don't know what happened. Or indeed because doctors do know, but want to point the finger in a different direction.

Secondly, there are still people in jail who should not be.

Thirdly, it is far far worse in the Family Courts than the Criminal Courts.

I have spent some time studying the different aspects of the systems of family justice. That has involved dealing with individual cases in court and elsewhere. Gradually it is possible to see a wider picture of what is happening.

The system is an almost total disaster. The story today in the Sunday Mercury about the way in which Birmingham's Social Services failed a child because they ignored the child's grandparents - in contravention of a court order - is another example.

Childrens' Services across the country make very bad parents. It is, therefore, wrong to give them responsibility for children unless the situation of the children is otherwise very bad.

People should really ask questions why those children brought up in care have difficulty dealing with social workers and often have their own children taken "into care". That is because many of them end up hating Social Services (now Children's Services). That means that they react very badly when Children's Services get involved.

There are good social workers, but there are plenty who don't really care about the children they are responsible for. Ofsted are replacing CSCI and their priorities will be orientated towards increasing the baby broking aspect of Children's Services.

The whole area is dominated by experts' reports frequently based upon assertion rather than evidence. The experts make a lot of money and a lot of misery is created - particularly for the children.
 
Friday, March 16, 2007
  Sally Clark RIP
It is very sad to hear of the death of Sally Clark. She was a victim of the courts in the UK that claim to be based upon justice. She is not the only victim, but one of the more high profile victims.

Some people wonder why I am so concerned about the way in which our system persecutes parents (particularly mothers). The story of Sally Clark should explain why.
 
  Peak Oil predictions converge
The current prediction from the Association for the Study of Peak Oil is for all liquids to peak in 2011. This is coming closer to the IEA's one model of 2015. The IEA's normally quoted 2030 figure relies on assumptions that are not proven.

Gas is also expected to peak at around 2011. It is entirely rational to expect the predictions from the "optimists" and "pessimists" to converge as they all depend upon uncertainties that turn gradually into certainties.

It seems clearer that the conventional oil peak was in 2005. This was the source of oil that traditional predictions related to. Obviously there is deepwater oil (the main source pushing out the peak) and other sources. However, there is not that much of that source and it is also harder to extract.

The link is to the ASPO site where the newsletters are. The most recent newsletter
is number 75.
 
Wednesday, March 14, 2007
  Trident - and deterrence
Whereas I will be opposing the government's plans on this later today I thought I should put on record my views relating to this issue.

The underlying question is whether the UK should be in possession of nuclear weapons. That is weapons that are based upon the use of fission or fusion generated explosives. It is clear that we have moved on from the concept of Mutually Assured Destruction. However, it is not the case that we live in a safer world than during the cold war.

It is true that some of the hazards internationally have been developed by the actions of the UK and US governments in doing things which are destined to create nothing much more than enduring resentment. That does not mean, however, that all would have been sweetness and light had the UK not acted as it has.

The question, therefore, is whether there is a need for any weaponry based upon the more energetic nuclear systems rather than chemical explosives (not chemical weapons, however). I do think this is something that the UK should be looking at as a strategic option. The delivery systems, however, could be a mixture of plane and cruise or submarine. I do believe that there could be a role for a submarine based missile delivery system.

In essence the question that has to be asked is where there is a rogue state do we need to be able to use weaponry that does not involve targeting the population as a whole. I think the answer to this is yes. What can develop is a form of gangster dominated state that does not really care that much about its population, but does care about personal security for the leading members of the society. That is where these options need to be looked at.
 
Monday, March 12, 2007
  Culture and Conflict
I have had an interesting weekend of looking at the issues of culture and conflict.

On Sunday there was the usual St Patrick's Day Parade in which as usual I played the guitar as part of the Tipperary County Association. The song played most frequently is "Its a long way to Tipperary" which was written by a Londoner about soldiers. Tipperary was probably chosen for the number of vowels, but when you visit Tipperary now frequently you see the words "It's a long way".

I have to concentrate to play this as I don't normally remember the chords. Gradually as we go through I learn the chords or at least most of them. By the end of the parade I normally suffer a bit in my fingers, but can remember the chords. It then takes me a year to forget them before the next parade.

This is the third largest St Patrick's Day event in the world after Dublin and New York. The group following us was the Sandwell Irish Association which actually was a group of Sikhs playing the Dhol (and probably other instruments). I know the lead player by sight as he plays a lot around the country, but cannot remember his name.

I am a strong supporter of the St Patrick's Day parade which involves shutting off digbeth high street for about 24 hours once a year. There is, therefore, a conflict between this and other users of the road, but that is resolved by formally deciding to ensure that it can happen.

On Saturday I looked at two other conflicts. First I went to the Cathedral first to talk to the staff there and then to talk to the emos who gather in what is known as "Pigeon Park". There is a clear conflict between the emos and the other users of the park. This arises to some extent from the behaviour of a small group of emos who seem to delight in disrupting church services and creating a mess.

The emos have been moved on on a number of occasions as their meeting place (which can involve up to 200 teenagers) conflicts with other users of the space. What would be ideal would be to find a solution whereby there is a place in the city centre that "Pigeon park" is moved to. There is even a myspace group called "pigeonparkpeople" with 168 members. I don't like the idea of continually moving on what is a large group of people who really should have a right to meet up in the city centre. However, finding a solution will take some work.

On Saturday night I went out with the police to look at the boy racers. This is another sub-culture where people come from as far away as the East Midlands to race up and down Landor St, Watery Lane and on the Coventry Road. The problem is that this conflicts quite seriously with other users of the road space. Racers weave in and out of other traffic. People have been run over. There is a continual game of cat and mouse between police and racers. There are perhaps 200 car loads of people that can participate in this.

This is a harder issue to resolve. Ideally they would race on a legit site such as Wheels. However, this would involve a small payment. I am worried that as traffic calming is put into Landor St this will create a worse problem on the Coventry Road.

The Moseley and Kings Heath councillors are having a similar conflict of culture (or sub-culture) argument about cruising in Highbury Park. Video explaining situation There is an interesting online debate about this with different views being expressed on the YouTube site.
 
Saturday, March 10, 2007
  Quite a week
It has been quite a week with various events. The Lords vote now has a majority of the commons agreeing on a number of possible ways forward. Labour MPs were finding it odd that having fewer Labour MPs made democracy in the House of Lords more likely.

The House of Lords still may vote for an appointed house, but this change can be got through with the Parliament Act. It is important that the political balance is not skewed by removing the hereditaries before the house is elected. Otherwise Labour will be able to more easily rubber stamp things in the House of Lords. The alternative is to appoint people as lifers to maintain balance. However, oddly enough the House of Lords has been a more effective check on the executive than the House of Commons.

A number of MPs were collecting signatures on the order paper for mementoes of the day, however.

The parliamentary party has spent some time looking at how the manifesto is developing. One MP (Steve Webb) has been given the task of developing the manifesto. That is a sensible idea as it provide sufficient attention to bringing together the different aspects.

From time to time we have had contradictory approaches in different areas for example wanting to reduce the "nanny state", but having proposals for additional controls in some areas. That is not necessarily wrong, but checking in advance for such contradictions is a good idea.

We do need to demonstrate how we will make the UK a better place to live in. That involves getting rid of some of the frustrating nastyness and focus on material issues and targets. Quality of life cannot itself be measured, but is important.

Steve Webb has a Webbsite for party members to comment on the manifesto as it is developed.
 
Thursday, March 08, 2007
  Recruiting a Parliamentary Researcher
John Hemming is in the process of recruiting a Parliamentary Researcher. If you are interested in applying follow the link above to the 'Working for an MP' website where the job is advertised.

Some tips on apply for the job can be found on John's website: http://john.hemming.name/researcherjob.html
 
Tuesday, March 06, 2007
  Written Parliamentary Question: 6th March 2007
Graffiti: Prosecutions

Q:To ask the Solicitor-General under what circumstances the Crown Prosecution Service would prosecute a youth who is alleged to be writing graffiti tags on property.

A:The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) would apply the two stage test as set out in the Code for Crown Prosecutors. The first stage is the evidential test: there has to be sufficient evidence to provide a realistic prospect of conviction.

If there is, consideration has to be given to the second test, namely, whether a prosecution is required in the public interest. Relevant public interest considerations are set out in the code. A prosecution will be brought if the balance of public interest factors is in favour of a prosecution. If the youth has admitted the offence when interviewed, consideration will be given as to whether the case is suitable for diversion: in such cases, the option would be for the police to administer a reprimand or final warning. (Mike O'Brien, Solicitor General, Law Officers' Department)
 
  House of Lords Voting
The system to find the view of the house tomorrow is complex involving about 10 different motions. I shall support a bicameral system and the abolition of hereditaries ... once the elected members are elected. You can vote for or against a large number of options from 100% elected through 80%, 60% etc. As you cannot put a sequence of preference I shall be voting for 100% and 80%, but against the rest.

In theory there is a risk that this means that the 60% option gets defeated and no option passes - much like last time. However, I think 80% will probably get through. 60% is not enough. A key point about the appointment system is the concept of loans for peerages. If people are elected then the voters elect them not their bank balance. I don't have a problem with a small number of appointees more based upon cross bench principles, however.
 
Monday, March 05, 2007
  Why is Southampton like Pluto?
Pluto is now not a planet and there are 8 planets. Southampton is not a core city and there are 8 core cities.

There have been debates about the relative sizes of Birmingham and other cities. The facts are:

The eight largest English cities outside London are Birmingham, Liverpool, Leeds, Sheffield, Bristol, Manchester, Leicester and Coventry.

The eight largest English authorities outside London are Birmingham, Leeds, Sheffield, Bradford, Liverpool, Manchester, Bristol and Kirklees.

This is because the definition of urban area and authority can be somewhat different.

Both Glasgow and Edinburgh would feature in the list of cities and urban areas if they were included.

Newcastle and Nottingham, however, are core cities. Leicester and Coventry are not.
No idea why.
 
Sunday, March 04, 2007
  Mother has information for Attorney General
express
The Sunday Express has an interesting story about a mother who got copies of the secret medical files and would be happy to give them to the Attorney General.

One of the points about the Family Courts is that the secrecy operates to protect the bureaucrats involved. For example, I as an MP cannot report a firm of solicitors for failing to do their job properly. I would need to be legally qualified to do this. Furthermore permission from a judge is required before evidence can be provided to the police of perjury and perverting the course of justice.

Not all judges are willing to have their social workers prosectuted when they lie in court. Hence it can be difficult to get this permission.

From time to time Child Protection proceedings are started in retalitation for parents complaining about doctors or other medical professionals. It is these cases where evidence gets manufactured.
 
  Modernising Medical Careers
Dr Rant (see link) is not entirely happy about "Modernising Medical Careers". He has linked to a large number of web items about MMC.

I personally don't like the word "modernising". What it tends to mean is changing something for change's sake. To that extent I don't mind being described as a "progressive", but I don't like being described as a "moderniser".

Change can help, but in itself it causes problems and, therefore, should only happen when there are very clear reasons for the change.
 
Saturday, March 03, 2007
  Red Noses banned in Westminster
If you click on the link you will find out why it is arguable that red noses are now banned in the SOCA Westminster Zone.

I think the police will probably be sensible, but it points about the absurdity of much of Labour's proposals.
 
Friday, March 02, 2007
  Ian and Angela Gay
It is obviously good news that the above have been acquitted. What needs to happen now is that we need to stop pointing the finger of blame at parents when doctors don't know what has happened. Doctors are not omniscient. There really needs to be some evidence that something has been done by the parents.

This also applies in the Family Courts.
 
  Court of Appeal
Regular readers of my blog may have noticed entries relating to a particular case appearing and disappearing. This case has now gone to the Court of Appeal and as such the entries have been deleted again.
 
  Growing the Twilight Zone of employment
The TUC's evidence to the Borders Bill Committee was interesting yesterday. In particular the story of Portuguese Workers in Leicstershire getting false Brazilian Passports so they could prove they are illegal immigrants and get work from people who only employ illegal workers.
 
Thursday, March 01, 2007
  Graffiti and Community Punishment
Tagging is a big problem across the city. It appears that the government do not believe in prosecuting taggers unless they have done damage of £5,000. The problem is that there is a simple community punishment for taggers that will deter tagging - clear it up.

This is not about locking up a tagger for years. It is simply making them clear up their mess. However, the government won't even do this.

John Hemming (Birmingham, Yardley) (LD): In Birmingham perhaps £1 million a year, and in my constituency perhaps £100,000 a year, is spent on clearing up graffiti tagging, yet it seems to be the Government’s policy that unless someone does more than £5,000-worth of damage, no more than a caution is necessary. Can we have a debate about how we can
deter youths from tagging, perhaps by making them clear up the mess that they create?

Mr. Straw: I can tell the hon. Gentleman what we will have a debate about as soon as possible—Liberal Democrats saying one thing here and a very different thing in their constituencies. Time and again they criticise us for tough sentences and for introducing more offences, and now this hon. Gentleman stands up to say that we should be doing more, not less. I hope that he will talk to his leader and to those who speak on home affairs for the Liberal Democrat party, and explain to his constituents how time and again he votes for soft policies here, and then parades himself in Birmingham as being in favour of harder policies.

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The Labour approach is to continually go on about us "voting for soft policies". As far as I am concerned requiring that we only punish the guilty is not "soft" it is right. The party did not vote against Anti Social Behaviour Orders. It is sensible to use more community punishments, the example above is a good example. That is not a "soft" policy.

In Yardley there have been two cases recently where people should have received longer sentences for driving offences and one case where someone given a sentence for arson should not have received such a sentence.

The system is in a mess. Meaningless rhetoric does not help in solving the problems.
 
  Written Parliamentary Question: 1st March 2007
Dr. David Southall

Q:To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government if she will ask local authorities to take steps to identify child protection cases since 1981 to which they have been party where requests for medical records were made by any party to the case to Dr. David Southall and to report to her any such cases.

A:I have been asked to reply.

Child protection cases are the responsibility of local authorities and the Government would not usually intervene in these matters.
(Parmjit Dhanda, Parliamentary Under-Secretary, Department for Education and Skills)
 

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