Probably the biggest form of child abuse bar none is the removal of a loving parent from a child for no good reason. The list of fathers that this has happened to is an extremely long one. Here are just some of the miscarriages of British Family Justice:
a) Parliament recently introduced a new Bill on marriage and divorce. The following is from Christian Voice [April 1996]
"The enemies of marriage, on the other hand, are those 80 MPs who voted for the Bill and against every attempt to amend it. In the list they are signified by Ay/No/No/No/No ".
b) According to the press these MPs have custody of their children. The MPs have to work long hours away from home. They normally prefer to hire a complete stranger to act as a nanny rather than let the other parent have contact and care for the children. Sometimes so that this story cannot be told they put gagging orders on the press. [Express 6-Oct-96, Mail 20-Jan-97]
c) Have not opposed the CSA in writing (Not a complete list) [NACSA News Jan/Feb 97].
d) Have been singled out by The Prolife Alliance Party for their record on abortion and "anti-life" record (Not a complete list) [Independent 7-Feb-97].
e) Signed early-day motion 333 (Lone Parent Child Benefit) Date 30-Aug-97 by Audrey Wise.
"That this house notes that a major impact of any cut in lone parent child benefit will be on parents who obtain work and that this appears to be contrary to the Government's strategic objective of encouraging lone parents to get jobs...."
Abbott, Ms Diane (Hackney N & Stk Newington) Lab a) c) d) e) Allan, Richard (Sheffield Hallam) Lib e) Anderson, Ms Janet (Rossendale & Darwen) Lab a) Austin, John (Woolwich) Lab e) Baker, Norman (Lewes) Lib e) Ballard, Jackie (Taunton) Lib e) Barnes, Harry (Derbyshire North East) Lab a) e) Bayley, Hugh (York) Lab a) d) Beckett, Rt Hon Mrs Margaret (Derby South) Lab d) Beith, Alan (Berwick-upon-Tweed) Lib e) Bermingham, Gerald (St Helens South) Lab a) Berry, Roger (Kingswood) Lab e) Benn, Tony (Chesterfield) Lab e) Best, Harold (Leeds North West) Lab e) Betts, Clive (Sheffield Attercliffe) Lab a) c) Boateng, Paul (Brent South) Lab a) c) d) Boswell, Timothy (Daventry) Con a) c) Bottomley, Rt Hon Mrs Virginia (Surrey S.W.) Con a) c) Brake, Tom (Carshalton and Wallington) Lib e) Breed, Colin (Crrnwall South East) Lib e) Brown, Gordon (Dunfermline East) Lab c) d) Bruce, Malcolm (Gordon) Lib e) Burstow, Paul (Sutton and Cheam) Lib e) Butterfill, John (Bournemouth West) Con a) c) Cable, Vincent (Twickenham) Lib e) Callaghan, Jim (Heywood & Middleton) Lab a) Campbell, Mrs Anne (Cambridge) Lab a) c) Campbell, Menzies (North East Fife) Lib e) Campbell-Savours, Dale (Workington) Lab e) Canavan, Dennis (Falkirk West) Lab e) Carrington, Matthew (Fulham) Con a) c) Caton, Martin (Gower) Lab e) Chapman, Sir Sydney (Chipping Barnet) Con a) c) Chaytor, David (Bury North) Lab e) Chidgey, David (Eastleigh) Lib e) Church, Judith (Dagenham) Lab b) c) Clark, David (South Shields) Lab a) c) d) Clarke, Eric (Midlothian) Lab a) Clarke, Rt Hon Kenneth (Rushcliffe) Con a) c) Clwyd, Ann (Cynon Valley) Lab e) Cohen, Harry (Leyton and Wanstead) Lab e) Coleman, Iain (Hammersmith and Fulham) Lab e) Cook, Frank (Stockton North) Lab e) Corbyn, Jeremy (Islington North) Lab e) Corston, Mrs Jean (Bristol) Lab a) Cotter, Brian (Weston-Super-Mare) Lib e) Cox, Tom (Tooting) Lab e) Crausby, David (Bolton North East) Lab e) Cryer, Ann (Keithley) Lab e) Cryer, John (Hornchurch) Lab e) Cunningham, Jim (Coventry South East) Lab a) Cunningham, Roseanna (Perth) SNP e) Davies, Ron (Caerphilly) Lab c) d) Davis, Terry (Birmingham Hodge Hill) Lab e) Dawson, Hilton (Lancaster and Wyre) Lab e) Dobson, Frank (Holborn & St Pancras) Lab c) d) Donaldson, Jeffrey (Lagan Valley) UU e) Dalyell, Tam (Linlithgow) Lab e) Dunwoody, Gwyneth (Crewe and Nantwich) Lab e) Etherington, Bill (Sunderland North) Lab e) Evans, Jonathan (Brecon & Radnor) Con a) c) Fearn, Ronnie (Southport) Lib e) Flynn, Paul (Newport West) Lab e) Foster, Don (Bath) Lib e) Fowler, Rt Hon Sir Norman (Sutton Coldfield) Con a) c) Freeman, Rt Hon Roger (Kettering) Con a) c) Fyfe, Maria (Glasgow Maryhill) Lab e) Garnier, Edward (Harborough) Con a) c) George, Andrew (St Ives) Lib e) Godman, Dr Norman (Greenock & Port Galsgow) Lab a) e) Golding, Llin (Newcastle-under-Lyme) Lab e) Goodlad, Rt Hon Alastair (Eddisbury) Con a) c) Gorman, Mrs Teresa (Billericay) Con a) c) Gorrie, Donald (Edinburgh West) Lib e) Grant, Bernie (Tottenham) Lab e) Gummer, Rt Hon John (Suffolk Coastal) Con a) c) Hall, Michael (Warrington South) Lab a) Hancock, Mike (Portsmouth South) Lib e) Harman, Miss Harriet (Peckham) Lab c) d) Harris, Evan (Oxford West and Abingdon) Lib e) Harvey, Nick (Devon North) Lib a) e) Heald, Oliver (Hertfordshire North) Con a) c) Heppell, John (Nottingham East) Lab a) Heseltine, Rt Hon Michael (Henley) Con a) c) Hill, Keith (Streatham) Lab a) Hood, Jimmy (Clydesdale) Lab e) Hopkins, Kelvin (Luton North) Lab e) Hughes, Simon (North Southwark and Bermondsey) Lib e) Hume, John (Foyle) SDLP e) Hutton, John (Barrow & Furness) Lab a) c) Jack, Michael (Fylde) Con a) c) Jones, Dr Lynne (Birmingham Selly Oak) Lab e) Kennedy, Charles (Ross, Skye and Inverness W) Lib e) Kynoch, George (Kincardine & Deeside) Con a) c) Lait, Mrs Jacqui (Beckenham) Con a) c) Lewis, Terry (Worsley) Lab e) Livingstone, Ken (Brent East) Lab d) e) Livsey, Richard (Brecon and Radnorshire) Lib e) Lloyd, Rt Hon Sir Peter (Fareham) Con a) c) Llwyd, Elfyn (Meirionnydd Nant Conwy) PC a) e) Luff, Peter (Worcester) Con a) c) Lyell, Rt Hon Sir Nicholas Con c) d) MacKay, Andrew (Berkshire East) Con a) c) MacKinlay, Andrew (Thurrock) Lab a) e) Maginnis, Ken (Fermanagh and South Tyrone) UU e) Major, Rt Hon John (Huntingdon) Con a) c) Mallon, Seamus (Newry and Armagh) SDLP e) Marek, John (Wrexham) Lab e) Maxton, John (Glasgow Cathcart) Lab a) c) d) McAllion, John (Dundee East) Lab e) McDonnell, John (Hayes and Harlington) Lab e) McNamara, Kevin (Kingston upon Hull North) Lab e) McWalter, Tony (Hemel Hempstead) Lab e) Michael, Alun (Cardiff South & Penrath) Lab a) Michie, Bill (Sheffield Heeley) Lab a) d) e) Miller, Andrew (Ellesmere Port & Neston) Lab a) c) Mitchell, Austin (Great Grimsby) Lab e) Mitchell, Sir David (Hampshire North West) Con c) d) Morgan, Julie (Cardiff North) Lab e) Morgan, Rhodri (Cardiff West) Lab a) Mowlam, Mrs Marjorie (Redcar) Lab c) d) Mullin, Chris (Sunderland South) Lab a) d) e) Oaten, Mark (Winchester) Lib e) Opik, Lembit (Montgomeryshire) Lib e) Pendry, Tom (Stalybridge and Hyde) Lab e) Pike, Peter (Burnley) Lab a) c) Prentice, Mrs Bridgett (Lewisham East) Lab a) Rendel, David (Newbury) Lib a) e) Roche, Barbara (Hornsey & Wood Green) Lab a) c) Russell, Bob (Colchester) Lib e) Sackville, The Hon Thomas Con c) d) Sanders, Adrian (Torbay) Lib e) Sedgemore, Brian (Hackney South and Shoreditch) Lab e) Shaw, Jonathan (Chatham and Aylesford) Lab e) Shephard, Rt Hon Mrs Gillian (Norfolk S.W.) Con a) c) Short, Clare (Birmingham Ladywood) Lab c) d) Simpson, Alan (Nottingham South) Lab a) e) Skinner, Dennis (Bolsover) Lab e) Smith, Chris (Islington Sth & Finsbury) Lab c) d) Smith, Llewellyn (Blaenau Gwent) Lab e) Smith, Sir Robert (W Aberdeenshire Kincardine) Lib e) Smyth, Rev Martin (Belfast South) UU e) Stanley, Rt Hon Sir John (Tonbridge & Mal.g) Con a) c) Swinney, John (North Tayside) SNP e) Taylor, David (NW Leicestershire) Lab e) Taylor, John M (Solihull) Con a) c) Taylor, Matthew (Truro and St Austell) Lib e) Tipping, Paddy (Sherwood) Lab a) Tonge, Dr Jenny (Richmond Park) Lib e) Turner, Desmond (Brighton and Kemptown) Lab e) Tyler, Paul (North Cornwall) Lib e) Wallace, James (Orkney and Shetland) Lib e) Wareing, Robert (Liverpool and W Derby) Lab e) Webb, Steve (Northavon) Lib e) Whitney, Raymond (Wycombe) Con a) c) Whittingdale, John (Colchester Sth & Maldon) Con a) c) Wicks, Malcolm (Croydon North West) Lab a) c) Willis, Phil (Harrogate and Knaresborough) Lib e) Winnick, David (Walsall North) Lab e) Wise, Audrey (Preston) Lab e)It is suggested that voters give their own badness 'score' to each label and find the total score for their own MP. For example a weighting of a)=10 b)=50 c)=20 d)=20 e)=0 would produce a score of 10+20=30 out of a possible 100 for John Taylor MP. Most important, before changing your vote make sure that the other candidate has better characteristics as far as you are concerned.
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