The UK campaign megaphone

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The UK campaign megaphone

The UK campaign megaphone allows you to contact one, some or all the UK groups in on click 

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The megaphones allow you to send a message to one/some or to all who are listed on the page.

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The UK newspaper megaphone allows you to send a message to one/some or all of the newspapers in one go


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The UK Parliamentary megaphone allows you to send a message to one/some or all of our MP’s in one go.

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The UK local authority freedom of information megaphone allows you to send a request to one/some or all of them in one go.

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Media Links

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Click on mouse photo: mouse mouse.gifThe UK Family Law Reform index 

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Government to implement policies which prejudice the people.

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The Latest on the Child Abuse Inquiry



How Equal are You? More Equal then Others?

  • 19 November 2015pig1
  • From the sectionWorld

Type your country into the search box to find out how it ranks for gender equality. The figures are based on the World Economic Forum (WEF)’s annual Global Gender Gap report, which measures countries according to where women are more likely to be able to participate fully in political and economic life and enjoy the most equal access to education and healthcare.



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World Economic Forum, Unesco Institute of Statistics, OECD


To produce the global gender gap index, the World Economic Forum analyses more than a dozen datasets relating to economic participation and opportunity, educational attainment, health and survival and political empowerment.

The rankings are compiled by calculating gender-based gaps in access to resources and opportunities within each country. This enables the index to compare rich and poor countries on an equal footing.

This year’s report is the 10th produced by the Forum and covers 145 countries.

Data on the gender pay gap is from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). The figure for each country is the latest available and ranges from 2010-13.

The OECD calculates the gender pay gap as the difference between median earnings of men and women relative to median earnings of men. The figures are calculated based on full time workers only.

Data on the proportion of university graduates that are female is from the Unesco Institute of Statistics.

Note: The data for the share of government ministers in Canada that are women was calculated before November’s change of government.

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100 Women season 2015

Oh The Lies We Tell Ourselves

Ladywithatruck's Blog

I can tell from reading recent comments that there are some new members of the blog who are still lying to themselves. They  may be putting on a strong front to everyone on the blog and to people who know them; saying they have been no contact for how ever many weeks, even though it is killing them they will NOT let the N treat them with disrespect any longer.

Maybe they are meeting the N for some reason and plan on being strong or perhaps they have come up with some excuse to need the narcissist for some problem that only the narcissist can help with. They are telling everyone who will listen that this time you mean it, you will not be going back, he went too far this time.

But if they are honest, there is this tiny part (or large part of them) that is secretly…

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Encryption firm tightens access following Paris attacks

Peace and Freedom


AFP/File | Mike Janke, CEO and Co-Founder of Silent Circle, holds a typical smart phone similar in styling to a new encrypted smartphone called, “The Blackphone” on January 16, 2014

WASHINGTON (AFP) – The encrypted communications firm Silent Circle said Thursday it was tightening access to its mobile apps and secure smartphone to make them harder for terrorists and criminals to use.The company which makes the encrypted Blackphone handset and Silent Phone applications for private messaging said it took the steps after learning that it had been recommended by the Islamic State group which has claimed credit for the deadly attacks in the French capital.

“We are enacting more aggressive back-end payment technology to reduce the likelihood of evildoers like (the Islamic State group) ISIS,” said Mike Janke, co-founder and chief executive of the company which is headquartered in Switzerland with offices in Washington.

Janke told AFP that he expects…

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European Union interior ministers expected to agree this week to tighter border, passport checks — to boost security after the attacks in Paris

Peace and Freedom

By Francesco Guarascio

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union interior ministers are to agree on Friday to tighten checks at the external borders of the passport-free Schengen area to boost security after the attacks in Paris that killed 129 people, a draft document seen by Reuters shows.

Ministers will agree to “implement immediately the necessary systematic and coordinated checks at external borders, including on individuals enjoying the right of free movement,” the draft conclusions of their meeting says.

The document reflects France’s request to strengthen controls at the external borders of the 26-nation Schengen area, of…

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Examining the Global Problem of Human Trafficking

Patricia McKnight ~~ My Justice

Source: Examining the Global Problem of Human Trafficking

Check out the interview via concerning the trauma & statutes in Illinois, which I’ve personally addressed with House Rep Jay Hoffman, States Attorney Brendan Kelly, U.S. Attorney’s Office, and even Congressman John Shimkus. However, no matter what I’ve researched through CDC, National Inst. of Mental Health, National Child Traumatic Stress Network, even; we still do NOT have the attention or the support in updating Illinois or Federal Statutes to give children who are suffering today a chance to heal, grow up, understand what actually happened in all the ugly violence of what family members have manipulated, threatened, or forced them to endure.

Yes, it happens every single day right here in Illinois and across the country. I can prove to the readers here, as I have proven to all those listed above; 1 in 3 children are suffering in some…

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