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Petitions do not work, protest do not work.... Why? Because that Society ignoring these questions and problems!!! The Society has allowed without any debates to set up English Justice into life!!!! We are from Eastern Europe - Britain kidnapped our children even if they are not UK citizens!!!! UK Goverment forgot Englandis the state of immigrants and every side of habitants must to RESPECT each other!!!! Stop to look at us as intruders!!!! And solve these problems together!!!!! Now at the present UK is degenerating completely in all aspects!!! Education levels, health services, child protection!!!! And we are in deep quite!!! Society in silent until LA removing a child!!!!
There have been persons that act as Mackenzie friends, take thousands of pounds from vulnerable parents, and don't even bother to turn up to Court, we have also picked up the pieces of cases of where these persons have let the client down, sometimes at the very end of a case, where the parents had sacked their Solicitor for pandering to the LA, to late to change legal aid over to a new Solicitor, so the poor parents look for any form of representation,and are now abused by the system and these con men as well.
Don't you find that individuals are screwing up everything that bona fide group are achieving.
Look at where McKenzie friends are now, there are people out there turning it into a business
At PAIN we wouldn't even think about naming and showing pictures of Social Workers on any of our sites.
I have been working with PAIN since 1986, we put documentation into the Cleveland inquiry,nothing has changed since Butler-Sloss recommendations, in fact things have got worse.
Petitions, protests do not work, the only thing we find is to compromise, and submit to consultations, go down to Westminster and debate with them.
Prior to 1992 Parents were not even allowed into child protection case conference, but PAIN and one MP, submitted a private members bill, parents allowed in at case conference bill and won this, so small changes can happen.
they are a bit on the dim side, I can understand their frustration but you wont beat the system like that, in fact you wont beat the system at all... the best course of action is a compromise
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