Tuesday, 15 October 2013

Let Us Have A Look, At The Relevant Parts, Of The Second Reading, Of The Non-Sexual-Offenders Freedom Removal Bill (2013)

Monday 14 October 2013

Government moves to prevent sexual abuse of children in the UK and abroad

"ECPAT UK today expressed delight with new Government proposals to restrict the activities of anyone who poses a risk of sexual harm to children and adults, under new measures in the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill."



14 October 2013 Last updated at 20:28

MPs approve measures to prevent child sexual abuse

"The government has lent its support to a campaign led by backbenchers to introduce new powers to prevent the sexual abuse of children.

Before the main debate on the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill got underway, several objections were raised to the timetabling of the bill. Labour forced a division on the programme motion, but lost the vote 227 to 294 .

An amendment was tabled at report stage of the bill on 14 October 2013 to enable courts to issue a "child sexual abuse prevention order"."



Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill 2013-14


Library briefing paper on the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill


Commons remaining stages: Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill



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Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill (Programme) (No. 2)  

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Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill

"New Clauses and new Schedules relating to the protection of persons from harm of a sexual nature or relating to violent offender orders."

http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm201314/cmhansrd/cm131014/debtext/131014-0001.htm#13101430000024.31 pm


Following from here, we will give it a go, but, in the past decade, the sheer volume of lies and disinformation, from a number of MPs, irritated and angered us, so much, we often move onto matters which we may influence, more effectively.

So, who are the new, major, gamesters we need to watch?


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Damien Green (Minister of State for Police and Criminal Justice) (Con): Goes without saying, far too much garbage, from him, to bother dealing with.


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Diana Johnson (Kingston upon Hull North) (Lab)

Shadow Home Office Minister for Crime and Security

Senior, Labour, C'P'I, popular vote, stooge. 

"Diana Johnson (Kingston upon Hull North) (Lab): The amendments before us are the result of hard work and concern across the House. I want to pay tribute in particular to the hon. Member for Oxford West and Abingdon (Nicola Blackwood) for her sterling work. I pay tribute, too, to the hon. Member for Mole Valley (Sir Paul Beresford), whose new clause appears in this grouping; to my hon. Friend the Member for Stockport (Ann Coffey), who has done an enormous amount of work on this subject; and to my right hon. Friends the Members for Leicester East (Keith Vaz) and for Wythenshawe and Sale East (Paul Goggins)." 

Nicola Blackwood (Con) - Stooge, PR and activist, for the bill.

Sir Paul Beresford (Con) - Senior lobbyist for the police, MPS, in particular.

Ann Coffey (Lab) - Child 'Protection' Industry, popular vote, stooge.

Keith Vaz (Lab) - Multicultural, Labour Home Affairs, popular vote, stooge.

Paul Goggins (Lab) - Religious, Child 'Protection' Industry, popular vote, stooge.

"The Opposition support [really?] the need [sic] to amend the current law. The sexual abuse and grooming cases that occurred in Oxford shocked the country [only the ignorant], and the hon. Member for Oxford West and Abingdon has rightly gained huge respect from across the House for the serious way in which she has looked to address the issues with the Childhood Lost campaign. I know that she has worked with a number of charities, including the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, Barnardo’s, the Children’s Society, ECPAT UK, Action for Children, and many others."


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"The sad truth is that sex offenders, more than any other group of offenders, are prone to reoffend. "

Incorrect - lie or ignorance? 'sex offenders' have one of the lowest re-offending rate of any offender group.


25 April 2013 

Proven reoffending quarterly - July 2010 to June 2011


Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Few sex offenders commit new crimes



Bearing in mind, it is harder to become a 'sex offender', in the USA, than it is, here.


"We must accept that most [weasel word - how many?] sex offenders continue to pose a threat to children after their initial offences."

Incorrect - lie or ignorance? Many (we are not privy, to the actual number) 'sex offenders' have never offended on minors (or adults), or ever posed a threat, greater than those presented by the general public - this is particularly true, for those related to IIOC.

"That does not, of course, mean that all offenders will reoffend, but it does mean that we should try to identify those who pose the greatest risks, and try to do everything possible to mitigate those risks [within the human and civil rights, of those people]. Labour introduced three distinct powers which were intended to control the risks posed by known sex offenders. [indeed, never to be forgotten]"


Strangely (not), as we started to highlight, these issues (replying to tweets, on our feed, from some of those, above), on Twitter, our primary account was falsely-suspended, for a period, much longer than is usual - it remains so.


Monday, October 21, 2013

Mole Valley MP wants paedophile loophole closed

"A LOOPHOLE [sic] that allows paedophiles [sic] to legally possess written accounts [sic] of child abuse could be closed, thanks to Mole Valley's MP.

Sir Paul Beresford said such writing "fuels the fantasies" of offenders [sic] and could lead to the abuse of children [sic] – but it is not currently illegal under laws that ban photographs and videos."

"Sir Paul said his amendment would be carefully written to include nothing except material "that it must reasonably be assumed to have been produced principally for the purpose of sexual arousal" [mind-reading in court, again]."



Saturday, 2 November, 2013

Freedom stolen by a thief in the night

"No, the real reason it is a bad week for freedom of expression here has come much more stealthily, like a thief in the night. The threat in question is a brief measure which has passed entirely under the radar so far. I am referring to the Coroners and Justice (Amendment) Bill, which you have probably not heard about even if you live in the UK.

It is a Private Member’s Bill sponsored by Sir Paul Beresford, a Conservative Party MP, who has a track record of quietly sneaking nasty, freedom-slashing measures into law while his fellow legislators are shagging their secretaries or propping up the numerous bars in the Houses of Parliament.

Or so it seems, judging by the lack of any hue and cry over his dark deeds. Or perhaps it is just Beresford’s tactical cunning that fools them, because he presents himself not as a thief of freedom but as – this will be no surprise – a protector of children, and of decency."



To be continued. 

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