Dear Ministry of Justice,

Under the freedom of information act please tell me how many cases in which both parents and children's human rights have been destroyed by the local authority have been spoken about in court and the local authority been issued with orders to stop them from doing so.

Could you also please explain why under the current guidelines parents are not advised by their solicitors that they can not use the Human Rights issues when being taken to court by the local authority even though there are hundreds of reported cases of the local authority destroying families human rights and basically terrorising families into submission.

Thank you.

Yours faithfully,

A Williamson

Data Access & Compliance Unit, Ministry of Justice

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Dear Ms A Williamson
Thank you for your correspondence of 16th December 2010, in which have
requested to make several freedom of information request see attached your
e-mail's.

The Freedom of Information Act (2000) gives individuals and organisations
the right of access to all types of recorded information held, at the time
the request is received, by public authorities such as the Ministry of
Justice (MoJ). Section 84 of the Act states that in order for a request
for information to be handled as a Freedom of Information (FOI) request,
it must be for recorded information. For example, a Freedom of Information
request would be for a copy of an HR policy, rather than an explanation as
to why we have that policy in place.

On occasion, Data Access and Compliance Unit receives requests for
information that do not ask for a copy of recorded information, but ask
more general questions about, for example, a policy or a decision. In
these instances, another business unit would handle the enquiry. I have
assessed your correspondence and since it is of that nature, I have passed
on your request to the Ministerial Correspondence unit who will ensure
that you receive a response. You can contact them at
[1][email address]

We apologise for any inconvenience caused. If you have any questions about
Freedom of Information please do not hesitate to contact us.

<<Freedom of Information request - Human Rights violations.>> <<Freedom of
Information request - Intrum supervision orders.>> <<Freedom of
Information request - Convicted Paedophiles>> <<Freedom of Information
request - Hearsay in family court.>> <<Freedom of Information request -
Judges wishes.>> <<Freedom of Information request - People in a caregiver
role & the law>> <<Freedom of Information request - Child abuse.>>
<<Freedom of Information request - Time allowed to make a case.>>

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Dear Sir/Madam
Please see the attached reply to your email of 16 December 2010.

<<TO298403 A Williamson Feb 2011.doc>>

Mrs Nike Awogbamiye Evanson
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Constitution and Judiciary Division
Ministry of Justice
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