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Supreme Court rules on time limitation for claims under the Human Rights Act

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O’Connor (Appellant) v Bar Standards Board (Respondent) [2017] UKSC 78  – read judgment

The Supreme Court has ruled that a barrister’s claim against the Bar Standards Board for discrimination should not be time barred under the one year limit prescribed by the Human Rights Act. In her case, the Court said,  the time limit for bringing proceedings only started running when she successfully appealed against disciplinary action taken against her. The decision to bring disciplinary proceedings and the subsequent hearings were part of a single process, not a series of disparate acts which set the time limitation period running.

The Court also concluded that the High Court judge was correct to conclude that the appellant’s claim of indirect discrimination in respect of her right to be treated equally under the law (Articles 14 and Article 6) did have a real prospect of success.

The following report is based on a combination of the…

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Fight Hate With Rights

First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out—
Because I was not a Socialist.
Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out—
Because I was not a Trade Unionist.
Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out—
Because I was not a Jew.
Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me.

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I wanted to alert you to a campaign RightsInfo has been running called #FightHateWithRights.

It’s about fighting the rise of extremism by standing up for human rights. Because social breakdown and even genocide don’t happen overnight – they are the result of the steady denial of rights over months or years. By protecting human rights, we also protect against the small cuts to liberty which can lead to far worse.

You can see all of the videos and resources here.

I have posted some of the key video content below the break, including a  film featuring three genocide survivors spanning 70 years, a film featuring Professor Philippe Sands and a short video where I sum up the points of the campaign.

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@MoJGovUK When Court Orders are Void. What ‘fundamental defects’ do we find?

Source: @MoJGovUK When Court Orders are Void. What ‘fundamental defects’ do we find?
In my case I have documented proof that Francis Mostyn Solicitors had settled the matter of our parent’s Estate in a High Court Order issued in the High Court Chancery Division. Then breaching statute and PD & CPR started proceedings in the Slough County Court in the matter of the Estate of a deceased person which is outside the jurisdiction, and failed to comply with PD 2..2. This action is void from the outset. The Senior Court Act 1981;The Chancery Division are assigned all causes and matters relating to— (d) the administration of the estates of deceased persons. PD 2.1. A claim form and all subsequent court documents relating to a probate claim must be marked at the top ‘In the estate of [name] deceased (Probate)’. And
P.D. 2.2 The claim form must be issued out of –
(1) Chancery Chambers at the Royal Courts of Justice; or
(2) one of the Chancery district registries;
The High Court (Tomlin) Order HC980247 dated 1st March 2002 finally disposed of the contentious probate matter in accordance with PD 57 & CPR. The action continued outside the jurisdiction of the Chancery Division making court Orders in fraudulent claims in an abuse of process over more than thirteen years to obtain a High Court Order to evict my son & I from my privately owned house to force its sale to pay for proceedings that were unlawfull from the start.
The Matter proceeds..

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Lucy Eastwood – “A law on the move: Are Local Authorities vicariously liable for abuse committed by foster parents against children in their care?”

It is not quite surprising that a simple and straight forward solution is turned into an exhausting breakdown to arrive at an answer or decision that is common sense. Where there is a responsibility there must be accountability – The disappointing thing to my mind is that this principle is thwarted by the system when it comes to the judicial decisions where the element of accountability is questionable.

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“The law of vicarious liability is on the move” proclaimed Lord Phillips in the last judgment he delivered as President of the Supreme Court: Various Claimants v Catholic Child Welfare Society [2012] UKSC 56, (“the Christian Brothers case”). In a judgment recently handed down by the Supreme Court in the case of Armes (Appellant) v Nottinghamshire County Council (Respondent) [2017] UKSC 60, His Lordship has been proved correct.

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“Fake news” is a matter of opinion. Fake data is a matter of fact.

The Slog.

me4 In this, Part Two of the Slog’s series on how and why “official” statistics can no longer be trusted, we look at how inflation has been consistently and deliberately under-reported since the early 1980s….with the twin aims of suppressing wage demands and cutting welfare benefits.

There are at least two enormous holes in the official measures of inflation used in the developed world. First, since the sales of public housing, deregulation of education and dilution of the public health services, costs that my parents’ generation never faced have gone through the roof. Poorly controlled mortgage leveraging, huge increases in the buy-to-rent sector, private health cover and a growing pool of private school users have all caused the monthly outgoings of middle class family rearers to explode.

Yet few if any UK, US or eurozone government measures have adapted to the sea-change. In the US, healthcare outgoings are under-represented by 50%…

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@MoJGovUK When Court Orders are Void. What ‘fundamental defects’ do we find?

Victims Unite!

This blog post about void court orders was brought to my attention and quotes not only critical principles, but also relevant case law:

A void order does not have to be obeyed because, for example, in Crane v Director of Public Prosecutions [1921] it was stated that if an order is void ab initio (from the beginning) then there is no real order of the Court.

A void order results from a ‘fundamental defect’ in proceedings:

  • a fundamental defect in proceedings will make the whole proceedings a nullity;
  • a nullity cannot be waived;
  • it is never too late to raise the issue of nullity; and
  • a person affected by a void order has the right – ex debito justitiae – to have it set aside.

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#Judge #Jury or #Internet: who delivers #justice in #PublicCourts of #PublicInterest? @MoJGovUK @SWPolice

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