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bennett's quest for fame falls flat on it's face!

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bennett's quest for fame falls flat on it's face!

Post by vee8 on Sat Mar 28, 2009 8:55 am

Oh dear tony, your attempts at achiveing public adoration are all tripping over! Firstly, almost all of the MP's you sent your tawdry little book of lies to have tipped them in the bin, saying they want nothing to do with your personal 'vendetta' (Their words.) And now your petition has been unceremoniously rejected. This is what happens when you exploit the suffering of an innocent family, to further your own selfish and heartless aims.

We the undersigned petition the Prime Minister to bring in a new law to make it a criminal offence to leave children aged under 12 on their own.”

Details of Petition:

“More and more children aged under 12 are being left on their own at home by their parents without proper supervision. The law on this point is totally unclear and appears to be covered only by the 1933 Children and Young Persons Act. The topic of young children being left on their own has been in the news in the past year and it is submitted that now is a good time to review existing laws. The dangers to young children of being left on their own are numerous and potentially very serious. The law should deter people with children under 12 from even thinking about leaving them on their own.”

· Read the petition
· Petitions homepage

Read the Government’s response

Government does not bring up children - parents do, and it is parents who are best placed to decide when their child or children may be left alone. Parents should consider not just the age of their children but wider issues of development, resilience and maturity.

There is no statute that sets out a minimum age below which a child may be left alone. If anyone has concerns about the welfare of a child who is left alone, irrespective of their age, they should follow the standard procedures set out in Working Together to Safeguarding Children for making a referral to either the Local Authority children’s social care services or the police. These statutory agencies will then follow their normal processes for assessing whether the child is a child in need or at risk of suffering harm and deciding what action should be taken to safeguard the child’s welfare.
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Re: bennett's quest for fame falls flat on it's face!

Post by Catkins on Sat Mar 28, 2009 9:57 pm

vee8 wrote:Oh dear tony, your attempts at achiveing public adoration are all tripping over! Firstly, almost all of the MP's you sent your tawdry little book of lies to have tipped them in the bin, saying they want nothing to do with your personal 'vendetta' (Their words.) And now your petition has been unceremoniously rejected. This is what happens when you exploit the suffering of an innocent family, to further your own selfish and heartless aims.

We the undersigned petition the Prime Minister to bring in a new law to make it a criminal offence to leave children aged under 12 on their own.”

Details of Petition:

“More and more children aged under 12 are being left on their own at home by their parents without proper supervision. The law on this point is totally unclear and appears to be covered only by the 1933 Children and Young Persons Act. The topic of young children being left on their own has been in the news in the past year and it is submitted that now is a good time to review existing laws. The dangers to young children of being left on their own are numerous and potentially very serious. The law should deter people with children under 12 from even thinking about leaving them on their own.”

· Read the petition
· Petitions homepage

Read the Government’s response

Government does not bring up children - parents do, and it is parents who are best placed to decide when their child or children may be left alone. Parents should consider not just the age of their children but wider issues of development, resilience and maturity.

There is no statute that sets out a minimum age below which a child may be left alone. If anyone has concerns about the welfare of a child who is left alone, irrespective of their age, they should follow the standard procedures set out in Working Together to Safeguarding Children for making a referral to either the Local Authority children’s social care services or the police. These statutory agencies will then follow their normal processes for assessing whether the child is a child in need or at risk of suffering harm and deciding what action should be taken to safeguard the child’s welfare.
Laffin Laffin Laffin ........He'll just say this is all part of a Government conspiracy against him........... Laffin
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Re: bennett's quest for fame falls flat on it's face!

Post by vee8 on Sat Mar 28, 2009 11:46 pm

Catkins wrote:
vee8 wrote:Oh dear tony, your attempts at achiveing public adoration are all tripping over! Firstly, almost all of the MP's you sent your tawdry little book of lies to have tipped them in the bin, saying they want nothing to do with your personal 'vendetta' (Their words.) And now your petition has been unceremoniously rejected. This is what happens when you exploit the suffering of an innocent family, to further your own selfish and heartless aims.

We the undersigned petition the Prime Minister to bring in a new law to make it a criminal offence to leave children aged under 12 on their own.”

Details of Petition:

“More and more children aged under 12 are being left on their own at home by their parents without proper supervision. The law on this point is totally unclear and appears to be covered only by the 1933 Children and Young Persons Act. The topic of young children being left on their own has been in the news in the past year and it is submitted that now is a good time to review existing laws. The dangers to young children of being left on their own are numerous and potentially very serious. The law should deter people with children under 12 from even thinking about leaving them on their own.”

· Read the petition
· Petitions homepage

Read the Government’s response

Government does not bring up children - parents do, and it is parents who are best placed to decide when their child or children may be left alone. Parents should consider not just the age of their children but wider issues of development, resilience and maturity.

There is no statute that sets out a minimum age below which a child may be left alone. If anyone has concerns about the welfare of a child who is left alone, irrespective of their age, they should follow the standard procedures set out in Working Together to Safeguarding Children for making a referral to either the Local Authority children’s social care services or the police. These statutory agencies will then follow their normal processes for assessing whether the child is a child in need or at risk of suffering harm and deciding what action should be taken to safeguard the child’s welfare.
Laffin Laffin Laffin ........He'll just say this is all part of a Government conspiracy against him........... Laffin

No Tony, it's all the GOOD, HONEST, DECENT AND COMPASSIONATE people who are conspiring against you!
But don't worry sunshine, soon, very soon, the world will know the truth of your lies! hitthefan
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Re: bennett's quest for fame falls flat on it's face!

Post by Catkins on Sat Mar 28, 2009 11:56 pm

vee8 wrote:
Catkins wrote:
vee8 wrote:Oh dear tony, your attempts at achiveing public adoration are all tripping over! Firstly, almost all of the MP's you sent your tawdry little book of lies to have tipped them in the bin, saying they want nothing to do with your personal 'vendetta' (Their words.) And now your petition has been unceremoniously rejected. This is what happens when you exploit the suffering of an innocent family, to further your own selfish and heartless aims.

We the undersigned petition the Prime Minister to bring in a new law to make it a criminal offence to leave children aged under 12 on their own.”

Details of Petition:

“More and more children aged under 12 are being left on their own at home by their parents without proper supervision. The law on this point is totally unclear and appears to be covered only by the 1933 Children and Young Persons Act. The topic of young children being left on their own has been in the news in the past year and it is submitted that now is a good time to review existing laws. The dangers to young children of being left on their own are numerous and potentially very serious. The law should deter people with children under 12 from even thinking about leaving them on their own.”

· Read the petition
· Petitions homepage

Read the Government’s response

Government does not bring up children - parents do, and it is parents who are best placed to decide when their child or children may be left alone. Parents should consider not just the age of their children but wider issues of development, resilience and maturity.

There is no statute that sets out a minimum age below which a child may be left alone. If anyone has concerns about the welfare of a child who is left alone, irrespective of their age, they should follow the standard procedures set out in Working Together to Safeguarding Children for making a referral to either the Local Authority children’s social care services or the police. These statutory agencies will then follow their normal processes for assessing whether the child is a child in need or at risk of suffering harm and deciding what action should be taken to safeguard the child’s welfare.
Laffin Laffin Laffin ........He'll just say this is all part of a Government conspiracy against him........... Laffin

No Tony, it's all the GOOD, HONEST, DECENT AND COMPASSIONATE people who are conspiring against you!
But don't worry sunshine, soon, very soon, the world will know the truth of your lies! hitthefan
Hope so......its time he got his ass nailed..........if nothing else for muddying the waters in the search for Madeleine............. computer
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