LONDON: Two people have been arrested at Heathrow airport, as police continue to deal with three activists who have chained themselves to a car over building of new runway – @AceNewsServices

Ace News Services

#AceNewsReport – Feb.21: Motorists have been warned of possible delays as the activists block a road and tunnel leading to terminals two and three at the UK’s busiest airport.

Officers arrested two demonstrators for obstructing a highway, using two cars to block the tunnel, and said they are working with staff at the airport to remove those locked to the third vehicle.

Heathrow Airport tunnel blocked after protesters chain themselves to cars // Metro reported that the protest group, Rising Up! said they are acting to oppose expansion at the west London airport.

A plan to build a third runway at Heathrow was chosen in October as the Government’s preferred option for increasing capacity in south-east England.

An additional 260,000 take-off or landings will be permitted each year from the expanded airport, up from the current cap of 480,000, according to a draft National Policy Statement (NPS) on aviation released…

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Parental Alienation Symposium: Real Solutions for Educators, Counselors, Attorneys, Judges and Families

Parental Alienation

Date: April 29, 2017

Time: 8:00am – 5:00pm

Collin College
Preston Ridge Campus
Conference Center, 9700 Wade Blvd.
Frisco TX 75035

Parental alienation, also known as obstruction of family bonds, is a global epidemic. Children impacted by this form of child abuse suffer from depression, social, emotional, and cognitive impairments. The damage caused by parental alienation often remains throughout adulthood causing its victims difficulties in all areas of life, making parental alienation one of the largest and most urgent health crisis of society.

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I have been left out of a will, and it`s not fair. What can I do?

Rosen’s blog - useful reads for litigants in person

Options after being left out of a will

In these current dark days of the unknown when the cupboard is bare, and money is non-existent, people look to their friends and family for help financially.

‘I loved my father very much. He left me nothing in his will. He wouldn’t have done that to his own flesh and blood’.

No one gives you the will when you ask, out of embarrassment. Or was it really the case that you were left something, but they are withholding it from you?

The unknown creates all sorts of paranoia in all of us.

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