AN unemployed couple with seven children who launched a GoFundMe appeal for Christmas presents are facing being reported social services.
As the ‘sad’ war between factions who should be working together to end the tyranny of parental alienation, rears its ugly head again, the consumerwatchfoundation.com challenges the protagonists to bring evidence forward proving their claims. Social media – instead of being the world platform for free speech and the dissemination […]
As Sir Tim Berners-Lee – known as the inventor of the World Wide Web – launches a plan to save the internet, Leigh G Banks looks at the hell created for us all by bullies prowling what should have been a global platform for freedom… The internet has become the new […]
Road safety ‘heroes’ The Conies are encouraging families across the UK to promote child safety. The family of traffic cone shaped cartoon characters were created by Fay Goodman, managing director of Birmingham-based DriveSafe and StaySafe. The Conies are taking on the well-worn mantle of The Green Cross Code Man and […]
Andrew John Teague, founder of D.A.D.s (Dads Against Double Standards) and NAAP, has thanked the consumerwatchfoundation for supporting the world-wide battle to make parental alienation a crime.
International Men’s Day is here again, a day when men get the chance to knock on metaphorical doors and say ‘look at me and my life…’ Yep, it is time to think about gender equality from the perspective of men and boys and the kind of things life throws at […]
Andrew John Teague and fellow campaigners have been climbing Carrauntoohil, the highest mountain in County Kerry, in blizzards, hail and wind. And after a barrage of complaints about a three year old ‘awareness action’ called shirt-off-my-back, they took the controversial method right to the top, so to speak. The action […]
Published judgments are the shop window of the family courts.
A mother who went on the run with her cancer-victim daughter to ‘stop doctors killing her’ says that she did what any good parent would do.
Christmas is a time for joy, family, presents, mince pies and maybe having one too many glasses of bubbly. It’s the time of year we stress about for months on end; we save our money up to buy the best presents, so we can have the best dinner and the […]