Advocacy Fund Evidence Enables Motion in Parliament

I am pleased to say that the Advocacy Fund Evidence of massive child stealing by Local Authorities in the UK has enabled a motion in Parliament by John Hemming MP regarding Essex County Councils barbaric treatment of an Italian mother by ripping a child from her womb.

From JH’s Blog

http://johnhemming.blogspot.co.uk/2013/12/italian-mother-statement-by-john.html?m=1

Parliamentary proceedings
“Now that we know that the case is still live and to be heard by Munby P it is clear that the case is sub judice.  That limits the range of parliamentary proceedings that can be used.   I have, therefore, tabled a Motion in parliament relating to the failures of Essex County Council in terms of Communication with Foreign Institutions.  This should appear tomorrow.

Essex County Council’s failure to follow international law
Under the Vienna convention article 36 and also under Brussels II Bis revised  (Council Regulation (EC) No 2201/2003) articles 15, 55 and 56 the Italian authorities should have been contacted about both the mother’s imprisonment and the care of the baby.  However, they were not.

In 2011 Essex (in response to an FOI request) said they had no contact with High Commissions and Embassies. In 2010-11 they had 21 children who were foreign nationals who had become “looked after”.  This was as part of 138 who had become “looked after” in the previous 5 years.  It is clear, therefore, that they were not following international law then and have not followed international law in this case.”

The government are also at fault because they have refused to even try to keep track of which children in the care system are foreign nationals.  This could be done easily in the SSDA903 return.

However we have asked another MP to add to this that this should be for a full parliamentary enquiry in to all Family Law given that the Essex Case is just one of 138 children in that area and part of 6,500 children of Foreign Nationals taken into care nationwide over a five year period.

That old favourite of Children’s Care virtue London Borough of Haringey refuse to say how many they have taken…. 

 

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