Dialect – 2 men who are not allowed to see their daughters
plus Theresa May gets a ticking off for telling judges how to enforce the law.
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Sabine McNeill explains the latest blog-post at Victims Unite blog wondering who actually makes the laws in Britain – is it MPs or Judges? As Home Secretary Theresa May gets a ticking off for telling judges how to enforce the law.
Then we hear from two fathers, neither of whom are allowed to see their children. First Ben Luton whose daughter is 1 year old and whose partner split up with him just 2 months before she gave birth and lives very close to him therefore it’s very difficult for him to avoid seeing mum and his daughter but when he does it is considered wrong by police, so he keeps getting arrested for harassment by Gwent police despite saying he has never actually harrassed and never actually been charged, just arrested then released without charge for wanting to see his daughter.
Then former candidate for Bristol mayor Tony Britt who lost contact with his daughter Millie after his wife Cathy left with their daughter being her main carer and bringing her up for three-and-a-half-years he was divorced and only told afterwards, not allowed to contest the decision.
Jason talks about the Greek economy, cuts to the fire service in the south west and a certain South African paralympics athlete who is on a murder charge this week
Allan Francovich talks this week about the Vietnam war and the way the CIA is tasked with ‘selling’ the war, through the US mass media. to the US public.