FORCED ADOPTION COMPLAINTS

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I Peroll (Account suspended)

Dear Sir or Madam,

Please supply the figures that relate to MP's receiving complaints
with regards to concerns relating to 'forced adoptions' i.e.
without parental consent.

In particular to Conservative MP's, David Cameron , Anne Widdecombe
, Hugh Robertson etc but not exclusively to just Conservatives,
please say how many have replied.

Clearly it is the Conservatives who are in control of most of the
authorities who have control in this issue, but all party MP's are
aware, but appear to be turning a blind eye to what is happening to
thousands of families each year.

Yours faithfully,

I Peroll

FOICOMMONS, House of Commons

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Dear Sir or Madam,

Please supply the figures that relate to MP's receiving complaints
with regards to concerns relating to 'forced adoptions' i.e.
without parental consent.

In particular to Conservative MP's, David Cameron , Anne Widdecombe
, Hugh Robertson etc but not exclusively to just Conservatives,
please say how many have replied.

Clearly it is the Conservatives who are in control of most of the
authorities who have control in this issue, but all party MP's are
aware, but appear to be turning a blind eye to what is happening to
thousands of families each year.

Yours faithfully,

I Peroll

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I Peroll (Account suspended)

Dear Sir or Madam,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of House of Commons's handling of my FOI request 'FORCED ADOPTION COMPLAINTS'.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address:
http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/fo...

It is appalling that MP,s are exempt from answering to the Public whom they are supposedly supposed to serve.

It is because of the lack of transparency and hidden agenda,s that such atrocities are occurring.

Although I have asked for an internal review , I don't expect there will be any more of a transparent service, as no such thing appears to exist.

Is this because we have a de facto government encompassed by de facto parties?

Yours faithfully,

I Peroll

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Dear I Peroll,

Internal review request

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review of Freedom of Information request ref: F09-380, which was
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F09-380

Dear I Peroll,

Please find attached response to your request for an internal review of
your Freedom of Information request FOI-199.

Yours sincerely,

Katy Gray

Freedom of Information and Data Protection Coordinator

Dear Sir or Madam,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of

Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of House of Commons's

handling of my FOI request 'FORCED ADOPTION COMPLAINTS'.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is

available on the Internet at this address:

http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/fo...

It is appalling that MP,s are exempt from answering to the Public

whom they are supposedly supposed to serve.

It is because of the lack of transparency and hidden agenda,s that

such atrocities are occurring.

Although I have asked for an internal review , I don't expect there

will be any more of a transparent service, as no such thing appears

to exist.

Is this because we have a de facto government encompassed by de

facto parties?

Yours faithfully,

I Peroll

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Wilson, A (Account suspended) left an annotation ()

Could this be why they wont answer?

In 2007,local authorities in England applied for 8,173 care orders. 7,624 orders were made. 336 applications were withdrawn, 290 "no orders" decisions and 21 orders were refused.

In other words, the judgement of the social workers working for the council was so good, they were only refused by the judge 21 times (0.27%)

More importantly 93% of the time the judge merely rubber-stamped the care orders.

Ms S Foster (Account suspended) left an annotation ()

House of Lords - Down Lisburn Health and Social Services Trust. Baroness Hale of Richmond. Judgement

34. There is, so far as the parties to this case are aware, no European jurisprudence questioning the principle of freeing for adoption, or indeed compulsory adoption generally. The United Kingdom is unusual amongst members of the Council of Europe in permitting the total severance of family ties without parental consent. (Professor Triseliotis thought that only Portugal and perhaps one other European country allowed this.) It is, of course, the most draconian interference with family life possible.

Although kinship placements are supposed to be the preferred option in this country, only 1 per cent. of social worker-instigated placements ended up with kinship carers, compared with 45 per cent. in Denmark, for example(EVIDENCE given in parliament June 16th 2008 by Tim Loughton MP shadow minister for children)

Mr B Gerrish (Account suspended) left an annotation ()

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/colum...

Will be interesting to see if Medway Family Court takes any notice of Lord Justice Thorpe and Lord Justice Wall's criticisms, the latter ordered his comments to be circulated to family courts and adoption agencies across the land.
(Could his comments be referring to the Law of the Land)

The Lords appear to recognize that there is a clear difference between the LAW and legal child kidnap; there cannot be Lawful child kidnap.