Dear Sir or Madam,
Please declare the fiduciary interests of appointed officers &
judges that ensures honesty and fair play in the best interests of
State how many cafcass officers & judges have committed acts of
gross mis-conduct by not declaring a conflict of interest.i.e.
having worked formerly for and/or in a local authority and
pretending to act independently whilst the same authority is
removing children from families.
Many local authorities are breaking mandatory procedures whilst the
same guardians & judges turn a blind eye.
Unfortunately the system as it stands is completely un-just and is
more crooked than a dog's hind-leg.
Please do not avoid answering, as it is clearly in the people's
best interest in-order to demand the changes needed.
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Ann Achow , Departmental Records Officer, The Supreme Court of the United
Kingdom, Parliament Square, London SW1P 3BD Tel 020 7960 1983
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Dear Mr/Ms Adams
Thank you for your e mail of 27 October.
In connection with the first part of your request concerning honesty and
fair play in the interests of the child I am providing a copy of The
Supreme Court's Guide to Judicial Conduct (2009). The Guide covers the
judicial independence, impartiality, integrity, propriety and competence
and diligence standards which apply to all Justices of the Supreme Court
of the United Kingdom. This document will also shortly be available on
our website at www.supremecourt.gov.uk
The second part of your request seeks information about the number of
misconduct cases concerning CAFCASS and judges. The Supreme Court does
not hold such information nor would we have knowledge of whether that
information exists elsewhere. May I suggest that you direct these
enquiries to Her Majesty's Court Service via the Ministry of Justice and
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Section 50 of the FOIA. You can contact the Information Commissioner's
Office at the following address:
Information Commissioner's Office
Mrs A Achow
Departmental Records Officer
The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom
Tel: 020 7960 1983
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