Fear Uncertainty and Darkness (FUD)
Instead of addressing the problems and looking for solutions, it seems that the beneficiaries in the existing familycaught$ system are distracting our attention away from the required outputs and a system for achieving them at a sensibly low cost.
Family Court Proceedings Bill Submission Kitset
I was woken by pain, to give an injection. As occasionally happens, it was hard to get back to sleep. I tried counting sheep, but got into the millions, without any sign of sleep. It wasn’t so pleasant as the drought has made them so skinny. I remembered the Right Hon. Frederick Dagg suggesting to listen to Parliament as being a good means of escape into the nether netherlands.
Being late at night and in the weekend, that was never going to work. So I looked at the Parliamentary website. Even with practically no-one looking at it, it was still running at a honourable, gentlemanly pace, downright slow even. Quite good when all you want is to get back to sleep.
The Law and Justice Committee has put most of the submissions onto it’s website.
Submitters fell into several predictable groups
end users of familycaught$ services – want service at unreasonably low cost
Citizens concerned for fellow citizens
Concerned for children being protected from darkness and fathers
Concerned for parents with mental health problems
Concerned for parents with financial problems (legal bills)
People who are employees of the familycaught$ industry – want service at unreasonably high cost
legal workers – judges