A Catholic journalist is being investigated by Surrey Police after she posted a series of tweets misgendering a Transgender Woman and labelled the actions of her mother and CEO of Trans charity Mermaids ‘child abuse’.
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No. 39 of #50cases. Trafficking is a vile crime, affecting the most vulnerable in society. Trafficked people are often forced to do things which are against the law. The question is, … Continued
It was described as ‘a horrific catalogue of protracted and highly organised sexual abuse’. Between 1997 and 2013, over 1,400 children in Rotherham were regularly sexually exploited, raped and trafficked … Continued
No. 16 of #50cases. When should police be able to listen to our private phone calls? Is being suspected of a crime a good enough reason? What if you’ve already been … Continued
This case dates back to 1985, before the Human Rights Act 1998 was in force in the UK. Mrs Abdulaziz, Mrs Cabales and Mrs Balkandali believed they were being denied … Continued
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