Paedophiles should not face jail for looking at pornographic images of children unless they are a physical threat to youngsters, says Britain’s most senior child protection officer.
Officers should instead focus on the most dangerous offenders who have access to youngsters or are directing abuse online, said chief constable Simon Bailey.
H/T Tim worstall
Like I said.
that what call her soon
Theresa May has announced plans to tackle what Number 10 calls “heinous offences” of domestic violence as the Government admits victims are being “let down by the legal system”.
ok the word Victims what this can tell you.
A crime survey from the Office of National Statistics in 2015 estimated that 8.2% of women and 4.0% of men reported experiencing domestic abuse in the previous year. This is equivalent to 1.3 million female victims and 600,000 male victims. It accounts for 16% of all violent crime.
what this ONS this is more men and women are reported domestic abuse.
what st may is not tell is most domestic abuse is from same sex relationship.
for god sake do they have ONS for a reason.
when they not happy about fake news they feel like wee over the tv.
this one is why we call this fake news for.
As Marriage Foundation research has repeatedly shown, these changes in family structure have driven family instability. Cohabiting couples with children are almost certain to split before their children’s mid teens in stark contrast to married parents.
they put that way. if we go what Marriage Foundation and nutter want we going to end off bring worse for all the uk. I they think doing the 1960s is a good idea it will be dead. very fast in need. but worse out all this. is this is not upside about brexit it more like a pr news.
here video marriage An Addendum for the fact.
We heard from hundreds of women who told us about the pain and long-term damage caused by wearing high heels for long periods in the workplace, as well as from women who had been required to dye their hair blonde, to wear revealing outfits and to constantly reapply make-up.
The Government has said that the existing law is clear, and that the dress code that prompted this petition is already unlawful. Nevertheless, discriminatory dress codes remain widespread.
It is therefore clear that the existing law is not yet fully effective in protecting employees from discrimination at work. We call on the Government to review this area of the law and to ask Parliament to change it, if necessary, to make it more effective.”
– PARLIAMENTARY REPORT
How the hell we end up get in this news
Have UK Parliamentary got better things to do then this crap.
after #gamergate and SJW meltdown. me had to keep on fighting for freedom this why me Hey DJ is on minds.com news that they don’t see I find. I put in the my blog post. the reason why I doing other are the doing the same things Guido is secure xhamster did the same. like the USA they have US bill of right. but UK we had the British Bill of right and yet UK MPs children right women right nutter and other nutter. make more and more law to take away our right. for keep them safe. with taxpayer money. and now crony porn making money out the law that the NSPCC like.
we need to start righting to get out freedom back. by 1st backing small new porn.
1st one is yanks.com
2nd is come4
I hope is going be a new world it start the world with for now I see you online.
It been sometime now about family of murdered schoolgirl April Jones call for a hard sex offenders register law.
from the U.S. DOJ well this what they end with this and getting worse.
The California Sex Offender Management Board, created by the state legislature and made up of law enforcement officials and other experts, issued a stark warning in a 2011 report: “The Board believes that the rise in homelessness among sex offenders needs attention because it is so closely associated with an increased level of threat to community safety.” An earlier board report had cited nine studies, including from Australia and Great Britain, all of which found a link between homelessness among ex-offenders (including sex offenders) and higher re-offense rates.
It’s not just residency bans that may increase crime. Sex offender registries—publicly posting ex-offenders’ names, photos, and personal information—appear to raise re-offense rates as well. Only the US, the UK, Canada, a few Caribbean countries, India, Chile, and South Korea operate public registries.
now think about it. if more sex offenders law = more re-offense. This not good for the UK and not even for the children that the law is going to help.