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Comment posted Supreme Court finds for appellants on Named Persons by Murdoch MacKenzie.

What exactly are the information sharing provisions that are outwith the Scottish Governments powers. Are they within the powers of someone else?
It seems to me that information has to be shared if children at risk are going to be removed from dangerous parents and their partners.

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    They should hold a national competition for the best use to make of them. Testing anti ship missiles is not allowed as a use, unless nobody can come up with a better idea.
  • Not another BT die-hard that can’t hide his anti Scots agenda. The Court Of Session give the Government the all clear. These Lords down South have picked a nit in their judgement and are asking the Court of Session to have another look at Section 8, or whatever it’s called.
    It’s not going to make any difference, it’s going to happen. I suppose some find anything that attacks Scots worthwhile even if the facts are that the Scottish Government is taking a stance to protect children while the Westminster Government takes a stance to protect the abusers.
  • These Micro Tweeks will cost the tax payer a micro percent of the cost of each of Iraq, Libya, Syria, Yemen, Trident, Hinkley Point, HS2 all of which were and are against the wishes of Scots.
  • Yeah! Let’s have a second chamber like at Westminster, so that when we vote them out the parties elect them to the second chamber so that they can continue to work against our wishes.
    That’s one of the main issues we Scots have with the UK set up. We already elect Regional MSP’s in Scotland. Most voters were with the SNP but they need agreement with other parties in Holyrood to pass legislation.
    The Tories and Labour are politicizing child protection, at least on this site. Once the courts have agreed on the finer points Scottish children will get the support that they need.
  • Has my post been blocked because I said that the Guardian has joined the presstitutes.

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