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Friday 26 August, 2016. Updated @ 12:00 p.m.


New American Civil War coming in 2016?


Black Lives Matter

“Endless consumption of human lives.”
“This is not war but murder. A divided Nation.”


The American Civil War. Race equality - for WHAT?

Governments are urged to err on the side of caution a Black Lives
Matter Movement in Britain.
Realistically 150 years on race relations, particularly in the US have not improved, but got significantly worse.


Urgent Humanitarian Response

UK Government has broken its covenant of the NHS

To try and help relieve this disaster people very worried suggest that the expertise of under-deployed defence reservists be mobilised.






Victims demand CQC star-rating model stopped for improved care




It’s a Society’s Duty

UKIP gain widespread support for abolishing CQC

Media campaigning, evidence from whistle-blowers and patients with grievances more effective than failing CQC inspections. Emphasis on organisations dealing with complaints at a local level, hint progressive political party. Lobbyists dissatisfied with ineffectual regulation in general push for this to be brought to an end. New technology and Governments acting more effectively on public empirical-based intelligence data must form a new National genre, and in placing greater encouragement on a herd approach for people protecting one another. As opposed to currently - many service industries and local authorities performing poorly. This brand new concept now more so with economic crises and loss of capital resources. But preservation of workforce, health, safety and protection of civilians - the most vital of social component.




Victims demand CQC star-rating model stopped for improved care



of Government

Insanity of Uk Government
NHS - Taxpayer taken for a ride

Public ‘must pay more’ say Politicians

For sickening millionaire pension pot

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BEFORE the Event

Activists demand radical approach to risk

Victim support push for organisations to have a formal legally binding contract, or complaints system in place between a consumer and service provider in advance of any business, or public service transaction starting. To iron out misunderstanding in the early stages and to minimise difficulties arising afterwards in complainant grievances. Or invoking their rights in the Civil justice system




National ‘Wastage’

Victims of injustice want overhaul of H.M. Judiciary

Lobbyists ask: what is the point of the taxpayer funding courts, and Britain’s expensive judicial system. When really for the majority of people they cannot now get access to recourse. All in all, with less cases now going to Courts - prompting the questions, is there a requirement for the creation of case law. And if so, will this new legislation be superficial. Would it be better to put scarce public/ financial resources to better use, or for whole of society’s benefit?




Political Correctness: the cruel and killer blow  

UK Courts ‘lured into’ IMPORT from USA student campuses
Now blameless sick are paying the price of HIV drug


The Care Quality Commission must do more to respect a Duty of Candour Law  






International moratorium on insurance market - long overdue  
Clash of the ‘Titans’

Insurance Industry and NHS on course to bankruptcy

Fundamental/human rights global battles ahead

Failure of Government, judiciary, law and health chiefs to settle NHS patient disputes and address complaints satisfactorily may see many people potentially then turning to their household and legal expenses insurance policies to claim for, or personal injury - under their rights of compensation. All in all, underwriters and indemnifiers struggling with such new risks.
The upshot, and failure of the NHSLA to deal with this problem will have a cascading impact on all of those insured, and Worldwide industry as a whole.
Realistically this major crisis denying the most vulnerable in need.


The Care Quality Commission must do more to respect a Duty of Candour Law  


The NHS ‘Exposed’

Patients and victims are unfairly denied mediation by PALS  

Health Chiefs chastised by Civil Mediation Council and Family Mediation Services

Despite complainants having totally exhausted all local avenues, and appropriate remedies for seeking redress, suppressive and bureaucratic hurdles by health authorities are snubbing MOJ and National systems of civil conciliation services. Leaving nowhere for complainants to go, other than, if they have the resources, to take legal action to get access to justice. Adding to a growing demand for the NHS system of complaints handling to be conducted completely independently, the same goes for production of these statistics and the risk of the DOH manipulating the true extent of the problem.





Political Correctness: the cruel and killer blow  

UK Courts ‘lured into’ IMPORT from USA student campuses
Now blameless sick are paying the price of HIV drug
























Dysfunctional Leadership

Law and disorder giving more ‘power to the people’

Individuals increasingly asserting their legal and civil rights as chaos in the ‘chain/ command’ and hierarchy of organisations or by delegation of duty/authority leaves
no-one able to make any or proper decision. Amid complexity, much confusion in accountability and no directive given within organisations. People are now having
no other choice than to make their own decisions as to invoking what is legitimately right for them in grievances, which if organisations don’t agree with - they should challenge in the courts - or by order. Often this means undermining regulatory and enforcement systems. Dejection in Government control, but with society purely following the correct rule of law - this must not be denied them.


The Care Quality Commission must do more to respect a Duty of Candour Law  




Patient Power and Justice

Recent High Court ruling on freedom of Solicitor choice in legal expenses cover
Judgement offers new hope and greater opportunities for victims of all types of injuries to claim damages, but especially where the NHS/other service providers makes it difficult for people, or refuse to engage in the mediation process.
Mr Justice Burton’s High Court decision embraced by the Law Society and Which



Nazism on the NHS

Victims and complainants subjected to brutal psychological torture  

Mind control, eugenics and variant themed programming, all where the odds of winning, or a regulatory complaint is upheld is pretty remote. Nonetheless sees a terrifying and ugly return to exhortion of the population. A 10-year cycle before
society actually grasps the true reality of Government, its propaganda machines
of lies, empty rhetoric and broken promises by the savvier public increasingly being reduced to nil. But being confronted by equally aggressive civil fight-back.
  


The Care Quality Commission must do more to respect a Duty of Candour Law  





UK Judiciary & Legal Corruption ‘Rife’

Victim/consumer alliance perception shows ‘no improvement’   

Global intelligence sees UK as top, with respondents asked to describe their judiciary and legal system as corrupt. As for the EU,
UK is ahead of France and Germany in this poll, and other EU member and non-EU countries. 64% of UK respondents think corruption is widespread in their Country (the EU average is 74%).










‘ Legal Test ’

Litigants/public need to have transparency from judiciaries  

Victims of, including medical injury/neglect demand changes on
the way that customer and consumer disputes are handled in the future. Traditional personal injury practice becoming outdated and incompatible with free-market choice and dynamics of more private healthcare markets. Rather, the mantra - consumer ‘sovereignty’ - emphasis on customer grievances being settled in the manner that suits them, their particular, or financial circumstances, not according
to a given set of law criteria, with people losing out on what they perceive as a genuine reason for claim, or compensation. This new process kick-started by the formal mediation process, but crucially
underpinned by a ‘Duty of Candour’ legislation - in clinical cases.
  


£35m+/pa Dental ‘Empire’

GDC must reform to match new treatment innovation Failing that, professional’s annual retention fee (ARF) rechannelled into a National customer services hub which is fit for the 21 Century.
GDC Constitutionally ‘Unsound’

Dental regulator leaves patients and consumer groups bewildered
Victim lobbyists to fight rushed, ‘ill-thought-out’ removal of dentist’s
addresses.
Wider consequences profound for such recklessness.


UK Judiciary & Legal Corruption ‘Rife’

Victim/consumer alliance perception shows ‘no improvement’   

Global intelligence sees UK as top, with respondents asked to describe their judiciary and legal system as corrupt. As for the EU,
UK is ahead of France and Germany in this poll, and other EU member and non-EU countries. 64% of UK respondents think corruption is widespread in their Country (the EU average is 74%).




UK Social Inequality and Growing Crisis

Blair’s New Labour state hand-out policy - complete disaster

Middle-class families with children ‘are the new poor’



Taking on the Politicians, Globalists and Dictators. So we as a Nation don't lose the Constitution that we have treasured for 1200 years +


£56bn eats into half NHS budget Medical neglect victims ‘stopped’ from making claims

Increased volumes of pressure on hospital services, combined with medical insurer’s struggling financially and in expertise is denying patients and victims access to justice. NHS continues to drag its feet on handling complaints, resolving them speedily and satisfactorily. Meanwhile patients condemned to die by the NHS. With no apparent
lessons learned from past and terrible scandals.
All in all driving bad practice underground with little, or no opportunity to mitigate risk.


Taking on the Politicians, Globalists and Dictators. So we as a Nation don't lose the Constitution that we have treasured for 1200 years +


Helping Save Britain

Re-asserting The ‘English Common Law’

Taking on the Politicians, Globalists and Dictators. So we as a Nation don't lose the Constitution that we have treasured for 1200 years +

New Intermediation Model

Victim alliances develop novel forms of justice

Government legal system considered outdated and unresponsive to the needs of a modern-day society. Too much ‘dilly-dallying’ in the judicial system urges a rapid, mutual and proeconomic methodology
to bring about civil action and dealing with complaints and consumer grievances. Which by the emergence of innovative ideas, although early days, nevertheless there is definite signs of promise on the horizon. In a hitherto broken, antiquated and growlingly inaccessible Constitution of English common law, save for the privileged few.



Is the UK ‘Care Economy’ Irreversible?
6.8million unpaid carers already save taxpayers £132billion
Still health/social services struggling, where’s the sense of all this?
Quick-fix irreparable + devastating consequences for long term financial security.

USA ‘New Identity’
Trump’s civil rights movement and declaration of independence

Republican Party frontrunner for the White House announces his
new Evangelical Executive Advisory Board, publicly opposed to
both Catholicism and Islam. Seen as a modern mission to restore
USA roots against Islam’s interfaith new horizons - cross-states.


Islamic education growing popular as conflict rises across Europe   

NHS and ‘National Order’

Entitlement to health & welfare has always been conditional  

When the NHS was founded Britain had a new collective sense of social solidarity leading to a caring society after the war, and strong community spirit. Today, as
a Nation we appear to be ever more sliding into dissent - typically Conservatism inspired by individualism and monetarism. This is backward looking for a welfare
state of the future.
But as Aneurin Bevan once famously quoted:
The NHS
will last as long as there are folk left with the faith to fight for it."



Islamic Education on a World ‘Peace Mission’



‘Austerity: Don’t blame Brexit for weakened growth

To tackle the Global economic problem experts suggest that there should be a competitive, rather than monopolistic market. Where the EU, and European Countries have not been effective in monitoring. Companies created
(or on the back of the welfare state) are now falling as these services fall. But in uncertain times, with a World capitalist crisis (and rise of far right extremism)
SMEs should be encouraged to help spread equal distribution of wealth and
income towards balancing/restoring prosperity. Tackling National security.


Is the UK ‘Care Economy’ Irreversible?
6.8million unpaid carers already save taxpayers £132billion
Still health/social services struggling, where’s the sense of all this?
Quick-fix irreparable + devastating consequences for long term financial security.


Whistle-blowers Are Now The ‘Targets’

Officers of Justice Delivered a Scathing Attack
CPS and Police Damning Assessment.  Police ‘Shocking’ Corruption - the Truth



UK ‘Care Economy’ Irreversible
6.8million unpaid carers already save taxpayers £132billion
Still health/social services struggling, where’s the sense of all this?
Quick-fix irreparable + devastating consequences for long term financial security.

The ‘Rhetoric’ of Politics

‘Living within our means’ now turns to ‘oratory of education’

Demographic changes, and that of culture must be confronted by ‘inevitability’ - with increased populations - and societal demands outstripping supply of National resources. This will require a major reorientation of human thought, values, expectations & lifestyle(s)



‘New NHS Management Model’

Creation of controlled chaos - to get greater societal control

Making a plan to manage transition - and for people to willingly submit to ‘control’


New Police Officer ‘Code’

Hippocratic oath to restore public confidence

Every police officer should pledge an oath not to be corrupt, MPs say in wake of Hillsborough scandal

The ‘Rhetoric’ of Politics

‘Living within our means’ now turns to ‘oratory of education’

Demographic changes, and that of culture must be confronted by ‘inevitability’ - with increased populations - and societal demands outstripping supply of National resources. This will require a major reorientation of human thought, values, expectations & lifestyle(s)



Regulation: Urgently Needs Another Debate

Governing authority(s) itself must now look ‘out of the box’ of internal/jurisdictional politics. And across the wider spectrum of risk associated with inter-connected, cascading effects of uncertain, unpredictable landscapes. Lessons of resilience toward that of the banking disaster must be learned from, and be prepared for in the future. Else these very enforcement agencies will continue to be particularly vulnerable not only from themselves, but endangering societies at large.
Current regulatory regimes typically characterized by lacking sufficient
technical expertise. (Source: LSE, Centre of (Regulatory Analysis).

Markets ‘Madness’

Elders and older generations made to pay for youngster’s errors

Company’s urged not to write off older people too quickly. Instead learn lessons
from major blunders like the Dot Com Crash. Where wisdom and maturity might
just prevent more disasters - in keeping fledgling breeds of entrepreneur’s on an
even keel. Thought another main cause of why stocks sunk, companies folded, fortunes lost and the USA economy slumped to such devastating effect.

Regulation: Fresh Debate

Unforeseen crises and ‘tsunami of events’ triggers re-examination

Governing authority(s) itself must now look ‘out of the box’ of internal/jurisdictional politics. And across the wider spectrum of risk associated with inter-connected, cascading effects of uncertain, unpredictable landscapes. Lessons of resilience
toward that of the banking disaster must be learned from, and be prepared for in
the future. Else these very enforcement agencies will continue to be particularly vulnerable not only from themselves, but endangering societies at large.
Current regulatory regimes typically characterized by lacking sufficient
technical expertise. (Source: LSE, Centre of (Regulatory Analysis).


Balancing the Uk economy

Rising population with added strains calls for a new approach

According to the CBI  the UK has become an increasingly services-dominated economy. Whereas its manufacturing and construction base had fallen to an all-time low of 16.9% - the services sector 78.4% in  2009 respectfully. MORE




That the public/services sector has seen such a rapid rise over the last 7 years is
not surprising, given the high demand placed on it.

But really for the services sector to generate more income it also has to increase
the cost of these services.

Suppose e.g. the NHS could carry out more private treatment and extra health
tourism
, but then this leaves a catch-22 situation where the NHS will undoubtedly struggle to provide treatment to its own people due to ever increasing demand.

In any case, surely this defeats the founding principle of the NHS. Are we simply becoming an International health service?


Of course, this index can also be used as to determining Britain’s overall economic health, or is there another question to ask if people require more healthcare.
Is society’s health declining
. Consumption booming.    




Bankers and Brexit

That’s rich, social responsibility for who?

The financial and markets industry - underbelly of much of domestic and European problems, must in future practice what it preaches in business. And in setting a good example to society, which, since the 2008 crisis, problems stems from the financial sector. A new era of increasing ethical coordination in public awareness. And thus better
fulfilling social expectations - for National economical advantage.


Legal ‘Constitution’
12 years on from the Clementi Review - echoes of ‘despair’
Current regulatory framework “outdated, inflexible, over-complex, insufficiently accountable or transparent”. Still nothing by way of public or consumer interests.
Victim groups ask if Solicitor’s union has too much undue influence




Competitive Justice  

Government Aims Must Drive Down Extortionate Legal Costs

Solicitors & Barristers earnings reduced in ADR development

Consumers and victims look set to benefit from National resolution and mediation schemes. As officially sanctioned by the Ministry of Justice, hopefully the spread of these programmes countrywide will enable the ordinary citizen and communities to get equal access to their rights of recourse, and distributive redress. At a cost that is affordable to everyone, not just the privileged few. Traditionally.  




A ‘Greener’ Justice for everyone

Natural way of law for bringing cultures ‘all together’

Self-determination, and this theory trying to resolve disputes at local levels by community civil mediation - is seen as the new way forward in solving many socio-economic problems, whilst helping support our intrinsic tendencies to behave in effective and healthy ways.











‘End of Democracy’ in Europe?

Political competition needed. But is the UK Conservative Party too conservative to achieve this vision. Many believe they're finished.  

Next generation of legal practice

USA distinctive law school a World leader of achieving International law degrees on ADR, mediation, arbitration and resolution pathways





Restorative justice needs process not being met in the West


Legal Expenses Insurance is a ‘Scam’

FCA & Ombudsman must tackle practice regarded as theft










‘End of Democracy’ in Europe?


Political competition needed. But is the UK Conservative Party too conservative to achieve this vision. Many believe they're finished.   

Next generation of legal practice

USA distinctive law school a World leader of achieving International law degrees on ADR, mediation, arbitration and resolution pathways

Restorative justice needs process not being met in the West


‘Family’ system of Justice. Participants “driven to distraction”


Professional agencies are becoming popular in damage limitations







Heart surgery decision indication proper of markets ‘rationing’

Latest attempt seen to disguise a chronic crisis of a system buckling under severe strain, and truths of a rising population. With what appears to be another major re- organisation by ‘underground stealth.’ Nonetheless, this latest ploy showing many more signs and manoeuvres towards competition, privatisation and insurance schemes. But as many seasoned health agencies and strategists in the USA warn, ultimately mergers (and community initiatives if managed inefficiently) may only be short-term to address a long-term problem of rationing. The big losers likely to be patients and users - of ‘market power’ exploited when given opportunity to do so.


The King’s Fund Criticised. Afraid of biting DOH that feeds it?






 


‘Family’ system of Justice. Participants “driven to distraction”





NHS in Chaos

Heart surgery decision indication proper of markets ‘rationing’

Latest attempt seen to disguise a chronic crisis of a system buckling under severe strain, and truths of a rising population. With what appears to be another major re- organisation by ‘underground stealth.’ Nonetheless, this latest ploy showing many more signs and manoeuvres towards competition, privatisation and insurance schemes. But as many seasoned health agencies and strategists in the USA warn, ultimately mergers (and community initiatives if managed inefficiently) may only be short-term to address a long-term problem of rationing. The big losers likely to be patients and users - of ‘market power’ exploited when given opportunity to do so.



‘Family’ system of Justice. Participants “driven to distraction”









Disease ‘Outbreak’
Overcrowded hospitals spark rise in infections, doctors fear  




Soaring Population

London’s Victorian tube under ‘terrifying strain’

Sadiq Khan must come up with more innovative ideas to tackle City tube crisis. Which will evidently be the equivalent of five people ‘crammed in a telephone box.’

Even major infrastructure programmes costing billions, experts recently predict will be swallowed up by the UKs’ future population, projected to increase at an ‘alarming rate.’ Overall impact is London will ‘grind to a halt.’ ‘Out-of-action’ transport systems impinging on trade, investment, businesses and jobs country-wide. Hence hitting the National economy - so vital for financing public services.  

Disease ‘Outbreak’
Overcrowded hospitals spark rise in infections, doctors fear  


‘Family’ system of Justice. Participants “driven to distraction”



New 08.07 Public Relations

Professional agencies are becoming popular in damage limitations



03.07 World ‘Resurrection’
‘Family’ system of Justice. Participants “driven to distraction”


08.07 Legal Monopoly

Ombudsman role ‘restricting’ consumer choice  

Complainants want an opening up of markets, of which currently the Ombudsman appears to be the only avenue of redress for people to go to, aside of Courts when things go wrong in and legal disputes. Hitherto, this historical ‘pact’ between the Ombudsman and legal profession seemingly heavily weighted in favour of lawyers. Ombudsmen should also be encouraged to embrace mediation, and not be afraid
of healthy competition - to drive up standards. But certainly this service must not be allowed to
‘grab the market share’ and by ‘absolute discretional tactics’ continue to build their ‘own empires’ at the detriment of/or the paying public.  

NEW Complex society needs a fresh/novel approach to law support

Extensive empirical data from the sharing of legal, or failed solicitor transactions concludes that for the average person legal cases are now far too complex to comprehend and that this trend is likely to continue and exacerbate, particularly with multi-agency models emerging and delegated Parliamentary responsibility handed down.
As a consequence often client cases collapsing and with ultimately nothing
to show for anything, despite all effort and cost expedited. As such Government
called upon to urgently review the current National networks of advice agencies. Similarly the capacity, and overall reform of the Legal Services Commission.



Justice Not Served

Complex society needs a fresh and novel approach to law support

Extensive empirical data from the sharing of legal, or failed solicitor transactions concludes that for the average person legal cases are now far too complex to comprehend and that this trend is likely to continue and exacerbate, particularly with multi-agency models emerging and delegated Parliamentary responsibility handed down.
As a growing consequence often client cases collapsing and with ultimately nothing to show for anything, despite all effort and cost expedited. As such Government are called upon to urgently review the current National networks of advice agencies. Similarly the capacity, and overall reform of the Legal Services Commission.


New Public Relations

Professional agencies are becoming popular in damage limitations


03.07 World ‘Resurrection’
‘Family’ system of Justice. Participants “driven to distraction”




Law Damned

A new lead body is demanded by clients

Scathing attack delivered on, which ought to be the main pillar, backbone
of society finds many system’s failures by independent quality audit of client cases, and educational specialists. Many areas of failures. But poor investigational skills of lawyers; lacking in grasp of detail of cases; ignorant of the law; solicitor’s lazy and disconnected from their clients; expectations of service and needs of customers found seriously wanting. ‘Take the money and run’ attitude. No passion for the job. Profession still remains, and continues to operate in a time warp, that of elitism and peer protectionism.

Old boy’s network, which really hasn’t flourished, either in modernising, or in adapting to, and embracing new technology and DNA discovery of latent evidence. Invariably clients are becoming more savvy and knowledgeable of their rights than professionals that they have engaged to do just that. Nonetheless, there should be more independent assessment of the Judiciary as a whole to restore and build confidence of the public. In a sadly clapped-out institution.




06.07 Legal Monopoly

Ombudsman role ‘restricting’ consumer choice  

Complainants want an opening up of markets, of which currently the Ombudsman appears to be the only avenue of redress for people to go to, aside of Courts when things go wrong in/legal disputes. Hitherto, this historical ‘pact’ between the Ombudsman and legal profession seemingly heavily weighted in favour of lawyers. Ombudsmen should also be encouraged to embrace mediation, and not be afraid
of healthy competition - to drive up standards. But certainly this service must not be allowed to
‘grab the market share’ and by ‘absolute discretional tactics’ continue to build their ‘own empires’ at the detriment of/or the paying public.  

06.07 Gold Standard

House of Commons awards JP Morgan

JP Morgan Chase & Co the most corrupt bank on Wall Street, new
book claims.
JP Morgan Chase funded his trading operations in London, pointing toward the London Whale Trading Scandal.












05.07 Rothschild’s may join Anglo-care alliance

But potentially through exemplars of EU-TTIP which within the next
15 years could collaborate with some of the World richest bankers buying up NHS (Trusts) and European hospitals. Global expert’s prediction become a startling disbelief as the Rothschild Trust
targets publicly listed companies to create Group’s worth £5bn.


29.06 Legal Expenses Insurance (LEI) Cover Under Fire
Organisations procuring these services to third-party providers without people’s knowledge criticised. So putting out misleading information. As a consequence consumers could lose out on original policy undertakings. Financial premiums in terms of integrated cost % of such claims service  - purchasers may have loyally contributed to for many years. Dishonest practice demanding major review.



DAS Insurance Probe

Outsourcing legal expenses insurance (LEI) cover under fire
Organisations procuring these services to third-party providers without people’s knowledge criticised. So putting out misleading information. As a consequence consumers could lose out on original policy undertakings. Financial premiums in terms of integrated cost % of such claims service  - purchasers may have loyally contributed to for many years. Dishonest practice demanding major review.






05.07 Unrest Over Europe

Unleashed data for 20 century hints at worsening civil conflict

Lessons of capitalism and corporate banking continues unabated in the 21 Century. Major historical analysis of findings suggesting there's no reason for this to change.
If anything societal wars of race and identity will increase in standing and complexity. Both with this, and as a result of a desire of people to fight the political establishment and to re-assert their autonomy in modern/post-modern Europe.



Legal ‘Service’ Risk: Clients left confused by mounting complexities
The growing trend of sub-contracting in legal cases, alongside that the introduction
of alternative business structures. One of the main problems seemingly the public not really knowing the competencies, rather what specialities, Solicitors, Barristers and Counsel are proficient in before embarking on agreements/terms of business. By which time in many cases of breaches of contracts this is too late. Invariably a nightmare scenario ensues for these poor victims. Wide-ranging and empirical studies into this area of industry suggests that legal firms must be more specific, truthful and ethical in what field of expertise that they can offer and to avoid the ‘generalist’ business model of lawyering. Crucially people must be made aware of all of the pitfalls involved before they embark on transactions. Critically, society must not be left out of pocket and with justice left unfulfilled. Particularly when establishments go out of business, and with no facility in place for hand-over of work, or Government compensatory schemes when things go badly wrong.
LSB.



04.07 Law & disorder blamed for many of society ills

03.07 World ‘Resurrection’
‘Family’ system of Justice. Participants “driven to distraction”

03.07 Real EU

Britain rescued from the brink of a Social divide

Initial studies into many European Union Country’s systems of National healthcare argues, what could have been for Britain by the continuing risk of membership, a divisive and Federalist agenda presiding over eventual fragmentation of the NHS. With all that goes with this disruption - access to healthcare becoming out of reach
for much of society. On the premise of a roadmap for greater integration of the EU and UK indications is that healthcare costs would ultimately have as a result been driven up to unsustainable levels for both markets and consumers to sustain. With profound consequences, in particular, the over-sixties and most vulnerable of the population not being medically served, or at the point of clinical need. Coming.






02.07  Why Doctors Are Losing the Public’s Trust



CROATIA a smaller population leads the way

Veteran’s families join forces for an act of solidarity in lobbying for
war veterans to be exempt from paying National health contributions, as both in spirit and commonality gains momentum across Europe.  

02.07  Why Doctors Are Losing the Public’s Trust



02.07 NHS Fever

Dramatic appetite for ‘political change’ spreads to healthcare

Leave or remain. Public attitudes shored up by expert analysis undoubtedly craves for a new style of business ethics to steer the ‘sinking NHS ship’ through the next tumultuous, but exciting decades of opportunity for British society. This new early period looks as though it must begin with building TRUST of the people. Out with the old, in with new word of Government. Of late successively failing.

Call of unity on health financing  

CROATIA a smaller population leads the way

Veteran’s families join forces for an act of solidarity in lobbying for
war veterans to be exempt from paying National health contributions, as both in spirit and commonality gains momentum across Europe.   





30.06 Legal ‘Establishment’

The ‘fundamentals of law’ must include social representation

Britain, moreover the Judicial profession would do well to follow the

teachings of one of the greatest (and still widely renowned) English
philosophers.
Not least as the country exits the European Union, re-establishes its own sovereignty, social contract theory and asserts
its own post/modern base of Western - Euro-political philosophy.  



29.06 DAS Insurance Probe

Outsourcing legal expenses insurance (LEI) cover under fire
Organisations procuring these services to third-party providers without people’s knowledge criticised. So putting out misleading information. As a consequence consumers could lose out on original policy undertakings. Financial premiums in terms of integrated cost % of such claims service  - purchasers may have loyally contributed to for many years. Dishonest practice demanding major review.     


Legal profession and ethics under scrutiny. Sector in Crisis





29.06 Social Waste

Customer care - key to higher socioeconomic output

Miss-old products, consumers buying services they never wanted, low expectations with, or disappointment in those that they did in real terms is creating stockpiles of National waste. The cost of which accumulatively and in resulting loss of finite resources is hitting lower wage earners, the most deprived, poor and vulnerable hardest.
This creating a situation whereby a high proportion of increased populations cannot ever hope to get betterment, in many cases above providing basic needs of
food and shelter for themselves or their families.






28.06 A ‘Tall’ Order

Complainants voice scepticism over Ombudsman ambitious vision


Dental regulation very little positive impact on consumer protection


Legal profession and ethics under scrutiny. Sector in Crisis



27.06 World Leaders in Law

Lobbyists follow ‘new beginnings’ in judiciaries
Advancing the ‘greatness’ of English Law to introducing clauses of ADR and mediation in legislation. But in victims tracking innovation in
International secretariats of Global Law Societies and Courts.
With people having lost faith in the British antiquated system of justice.


27.06 Quasi-regulator SRA - ‘ethics’ under fire

ABS Failed experiment of double-standards. On the one hand embracing greater expansionism of law firms. On the other hand, be it then in business services and client work sub-contracted out offering no formulae for resulting breaches
of contracts, complex disputes or remedies for putting things right for consumer purchases. Worse still, in classic collapse of the capitalist system.
    





26.06 ABS Experiment




25.06 EU - Another Renaissance

Legal industry must also shed its skin of stuffy elitism  

The people having now spoken will expect the foundations of (a new society) - legal profession, judges, judiciary, courts and regulatory bureaucrats to follow suit, and become attuned to the 21 Century.
Starting with a fresh ethos of respecting common people’s rights, programmes of putting customers first. So radically reforming law.





simplifying & deregulating law.

‘New’ Dawn of ‘Civilisation’



25.06 EU - Another Renaissance

Legal industry must also shed its skin of stuffy elitism  

The people having now spoken will expect the foundations of (a new society) - legal profession, judges, judiciary, courts and regulatory bureaucrats to follow suit, and become attuned to the 21 Century. This must start with a fresh ethos of respecting common people’s rights, programmes of putting customers first, So radically reforming, simplifying & deregulating law.

24.06 Justice Denied

Capitalist legal system leaves ordinary citizens without recompense



Legal profession and ethics under scrutiny. Sector in Crisis























22.06 CFA Truly ‘Scandalous’

Victims Demand Better Training for ‘Personal Injury’ Lawyers

Current Act of (Conditional Fee Agreement) misunderstood, with the whole legal system in that branded a complete and total ‘disaster’, outdated and positively uncivilised for modern society. As clients and the suffering are left with breaches of contracts, hefty fees, any future cases of negligence compromised as a result. Nothing to show for their money but stress, despair and misery. Seemingly it would appear this mainly attributed to Solicitors unable to give proper instructions to expert witnesses, coupled with an inability to find, or a general absence of appropriate professional skills in many areas of neglect. As if this not enough anguish - no Government-aided systems, legislation or compensatory schemes in place for law firms going out of business, or mid-way through customer purchases.




Legal profession and ethics under scrutiny. Sector in crisis






23.06 Vote ‘LEAVE’

The English ‘Common Law’ not Brussels
“Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Directives has not been correctly established across the (European) ‘Union’. Consumers and traders are still not aware of the existing out-of-court mechanisms.” (Quote EU).


Furthermore - UK Elites, Judges, Ombudsmen and Regulators all resist ADR for fear of losing their jobs, power and authority. The bedrock of society - legal profession, solicitors and lawyers do not fully accept ADR, refuse nor want to embrace mediation either.


Why REMAIN when Justice cannot be served?




22.06 CFA Truly ‘Scandalous’

Victims Demand Better Training for ‘Personal Injury’ Lawyers

Current Act of (Conditional Fee Agreement) misunderstood, with the whole legal system in that branded a complete and total ‘disaster’, outdated and positively uncivilised for modern society. As clients and the suffering are left with breaches of contracts, hefty fees, any future cases of negligence compromised as a result. Nothing to show for their money but stress, despair and misery. Seemingly it would appear this mainly attributed to Solicitors unable to give proper instructions to expert witnesses, coupled with an inability to find, or a general absence of appropriate professional skills in many areas of neglect. As if this not enough anguish - no Government-aided systems, legislation or compensatory schemes in place for law firms going out of business, or mid-way through customer purchases.        

GDC Failing in a Standards Duty

21.06 Dentistry Despair

Regulation having very little positive impact on consumer protection



22.06 Vote ‘LEAVE’

The English ‘Common Law’ not Brussels


“Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Directives has not been correctly established across the (European) ‘Union’. Consumers and traders are still not aware of the existing out-of-court mechanisms.” (Quote EU).


Furthermore - UK Elites, Judges, Ombudsmen and Regulators all resist ADR for fear of losing their jobs, power and authority. The bedrock of society - legal profession, solicitors and lawyers do not fully accept ADR, refuse nor want to embrace mediation either.



Why REMAIN when Justice cannot be served?




Victims Demand Better Training for ‘Personal Injury’ Lawyers

Current Act of (Conditional Fee Agreement) misunderstood, with the whole legal system in that branded a complete and total ‘disaster’, outdated and positively uncivilised for modern society. As clients and the suffering are left with breaches of contracts, hefty fees, any future cases of negligence compromised as a result. Nothing to show for their money but stress, despair and misery. Seemingly it would appear this mainly attributed to Solicitors unable to give proper instructions to expert witnesses, coupled with an inability to find, or a general absence of appropriate professional skills in many areas of neglect. As if this not enough anguish - no Government-aided systems, legislation or compensatory schemes in place for law firms going out of business, or mid-way through customer purchases.        

GDC Failing in a Standards Duty

21.06 Dentistry Despair

Regulation having very little positive impact on consumer protection








21.06 CFA Truly ‘Scandalous’

Victims Demand Better Training for ‘Personal Injury’ Lawyers

Current Act of (Conditional Fee Agreement) misunderstood, with the whole legal system in that branded a complete and total ‘disaster’, outdated and positively uncivilised for modern society. As clients and the suffering are left with breaches of contracts, hefty fees, any future cases of negligence compromised as a result. Nothing to show for their money but stress, despair and misery. Seemingly it would appear this mainly attributed to Solicitors unable to give proper instructions to expert witnesses, coupled with an inability to find, or a general absence of appropriate professional skills in many areas of neglect. As if this not enough anguish - no Government-aided systems, legislation or compensatory schemes in place for law firms going out of business, or mid-way through customer purchases.



20.06 Justice Spurned

Answers demanded from SRA and Law Commission

Victim support, litigant friends and personal mentors aghast at solicitors setting their own terms and conditions for resolving client disputes. In the majority of cases lawyers off-handed with poor dispute handling techniques. Re-buffing mediation. Giving out forewarnings to complainants by way of deploying menacing, untruthful, extreme and threatening tactics to stop people using the Legal Ombudsman Advocacy/Service for vulnerable individuals.





Legal profession and ethics under scrutiny. Sector in crisis
 









Patients Silenced: NHS England turning a blind eye

Complainants ‘denied’ complaints system in law and by GP’s
Health Boards and clinical commissioning groups remote in their responsibility to quality check mechanisms for public protection, safety and access to medical treatment at a point of need, front line primary care. This situation is predicted to
get worse in not being able to assess bad practice and tackle difficulties all-round. Anyway prompting urgent calls for National and central reporting structures, but crucially participation of victims more inclusive to drive up standards.





























Germany Lead by Disaster

Millions of people living this way will in time break the Country

Higher Muslim births vs natives will be unsustainable


Reproduction levels will fall in modern society and attitudes
More Immigration ‘Conundrums’

Balancing out of the sexes
Recent studies into the exhumation of Anglo-Saxon graves reveals remarkable Global similarities and in higher percentage of male immigration over centuries. Now, but with different reasons the same pattern of demographics is not expected to change, if anything male populations could significantly rise in the future. So Country’s may need to import thousands of immigrant babies each year to boost
the economy. And to
keep the working-age population stable.



Seismic shift towards new civil justice systems

Patient’s ‘Silenced’

Worrying - NHS England turning a blind eye

Complainants are denied complaints system in law and by GP’s.
Health Boards and clinical commissioning groups remote in their responsibility to quality check mechanisms for public protection, safety and access to medical treatment at a point of need, front line primary care. This situation is predicted to get worse with not being able to assess bad practice and tackle difficulties all-round. Anyway prompting urgent calls for National and central reporting structures, but crucially participation of victims and society more inclusive in helping drive up standards and mitigate risks. More to follow.
 



Legal institutions and Boards will in future have to be formed by the electoral
system
whereby the public have a say on its compositions. This crucial in restoring Parliamentary democracy and faith in the justice system. Constitutional research on politico-roadmaps say this sector is still an area of much society gripe.


Legal profession and ethics under scrutiny. Sector in crisis

GMC and GDC Fear

Protection of doctors creating physician ADHD / bipolar disorders



Ticking Time Bomb: Human, Social and Economic
Displaced children ‘flooding’ social/welfare systems


Major research across the USA in the 1990’s indicates that a high percentage of young refugees or emigrants are very susceptible to serious abuse and neglect. Suggesting extra investment is needed for early intervention programmes - more support for care-givers and adoptive parents, to prevent the manifestation of many social disorders to do with family relationship or breakdown problems.
Early studies into social work with immigrant children in Britain also points toward there needing to be more knowledge about the culture and country of origin before these children come to the UK. Which may be valuable in helping understand ‘attachment’ difficulties.
Too much child ‘protectionism’, particularly prevalent
in Europe and America at greater danger of creating many forms of ADHD and bipolar disorders. But society-wise - ‘over-protectionism’ and excessive regulation exacerbates, not only such social personality behaviours but also of these then affecting productivity, trade and industry. ‘Political correctness’ a by-product.
 

 


Judges Role and Authority
Law institutions must be publicly elected
Legal institutions and Boards will in future have to be formed by the electoral
system
whereby the public have a say on its compositions. This crucial in restoring Parliamentary democracy and faith in the justice system. Constitutional research on politico-roadmaps say this sector is still an area of much society gripe.



Legal profession and ethics under scrutiny. Sector in crisis


Healthcare and Education

And other services cannot be certain as a result of our paying taxes

Charity Sector’s Mission and Fitness of Purpose - Now Questioned
Enforced, and economic migration calls for social justice and mobility consultation



Conflict ‘Resolution’
Mediation and diplomacy critical to halt growing civil power vacuum
Country’s Governments and judicial systems risk losing control of central power and authority, but this decay leading to World unrest.
Justice and democracy issues may see new civil rights movements.
Politicians are no longer leaders but panderers to pressure groups.



New White British Children Already Ethnically Cleansed in Schools



NHS Trusts and CCG’s Future

DOH and Secretary of State must take back control of Healthcare, say Greens

Accountability and implementation less likely than was the case 11 years ago

Following major studies into GP practice and Clinical Commissioning Groups




New White British Children Already Ethnically Cleansed in Schools


A Mosque on Red Square

Russian Federation could become a Muslim country.

Moscow as part of the European concert of power is no longer valid.  More  More

Growing number of people with a Muslim background will have a profound impact
on Russian foreign policy. And major influence on Western countries.

‘British’ Agriculture Demise
Expansion of EU markets could see a further decline in UK holdings

Foreign importers wanting to gain Global investment footholds could come at the expense of National innovation and infrastructure.




Oil vs Planet

Solutions to alternative energy ever more crucial, and as Russia’s
domination of World’s oil by seizure in the East becoming a reality.
 





NHS Trusts and CCG’s Future

DOH and Secretary of State must take back control of Healthcare, say Greens

Accountability and implementation less likely than was the case 11 years ago

Following major studies into GP practice and Clinical Commissioning Groups



The Affairs of State

Acts of terror are more likely in Shadow States

Important new International studies and surrounding civil unrest in modern society seems to imply that where Parliaments have delegated elected responsibilities - these duties handed down to
non-government organisations (NGOs) (aka) procurement the
greater opportunity in general of similar counter revolutions erupting Worldwide. This situation very suggestive of the French Revolution and far-reaching social and political upheaval in France, felt to be a major springboard for future extremist’s pursuits of political aims.



New White British Children Already Ethnically Cleansed in Schools

‘Eugenics’ in Britain

Failed complaints in the UK’s ‘justice’ system and NHS creating paranoia & fear
Tactics of ‘killing people off ’ and to tackle populations targeting ‘specific’ groups






Dentistry: fears for public safety

Patient and victim groups very anxious over no apparent NICE
Guidelines
, but particularly in the area of implants, complex and regenerative surgery. Technology moving more into anatomical/ cerebral structures. Which the GMC ought regulate, not the GDC.


 A Mosque on Red Square

Russian Federation could become a Muslim country.

Moscow as part of the European concert of power is no longer valid.  More  More



Turkey - Ties with the UK


British companies could be discriminated against


Historical Colonial conflicts involving the Foreign Office, Turkish Authorities, Eastern and Jewish Zionist Banking system’s power
in London’s Financial Capital re-opened. As deeper integration of
Islamic countries forge new trading relationships across the EU.


Over-powering Regulation
A fresh or new approach to risk management is urgently called for Because as yet incessant oversight bodies, constant naming and shaming appears to be achieving very little sustainable success. Rather, this ‘controlling’, ‘intrusive’ and ‘multidisciplinary’ culture is causing slow-down in productivity and stymieing trust in healthcare. Consumer nor patients are no longer secured any personal
autonomy in business transactions or medical decision-making.






‘Compassionate’ Medicine
Conflict zones indicative of multidisciplinary and modern healthcare
P
atient’s welfare at more risk through loss of traditional doctor-patient relationship

The Rivers of Blood

Why Enoch Powell Was Right! Saxonshieldwall. Please pass on.














Social Worker ‘Regulation’

Families and guardians call for greater scrutiny amid serious irregularity within the area of assessing client’s financial means, care-home funding and legal probate.





























Healthcare ‘Infrastructure’
Capitalist system faces uncertainty as NHS struggle
Private organisations who have traditionally relied on building businesses on the back of the public sector could face major challenges for their own survival too.
Not least with necessity to ration both services with supply and demand problem. Realistically, National health ‘philosophy’ is better equipped to share these risks.


The NHS: Disenchantment

Private health sector gets massive boost

Despite soaring medical insurance premiums. Good news for tax cuts, not so for public sector investment and jobs security. By-product of poor performance More

Constant demand for healthcare services leaves no slack for excellence and innovation in medicine. Net result a decline in life expectancy - down by 2030.


Uncontrolled immigration risks ‘downgrading’ hospital services

Global research predicts National services, like the NHS may only in the future have resources for emergency and stabilisation care. As pressure takes its toll.   




















GP Commissioning ‘Experiment’

DOH ‘vanity project’ condemned as poor, and is seriously misleading the taxpayer
Independent quality scrutiny of NHS England’s General Medical Contract identifies major concerns, not least aloofness of Health Board’s lack of legal oversight in ensuring protection of those most in need of access to clinical assessment/care.

Uncontrolled immigration risks ‘downgrading’ hospital services

Such concerns arising after major quality system failures seen in GP contracts, coupled with an absence of NICE guidelines for specialist clinical needs. Underline cause - pressure on services. Global research predicts NHS services may only in the future have resources for emergency and stabilisation care.  




 

New Jews: Making of America


New London’s Silent Warfare
Capital City and Financial Institutions a battleground for control of UK
Integration of Turkey into Europe leaves Britain exposed to vagaries of competition, and who between Muslim, and Jewish Zionists will own England.


Geneva Convention

Patient and victim groups ready to impart ideas with NHS England  

Growing hostility, conflict and mistrust across healthcare prompts urgent calls for International humanitarian protocol to be adopted in legal instruments and laws.Rt  








is

The ‘Fall of Europe’

Migrant crisis risks fate of the Roman Empire. Altruistic West vs Xenophobic East




Is the EU a Nazi project? The power of Angela Merkel's Germany. Myth or reality?












RED CROSS of Protection
Emblem at the heart of crisis should be respected, and worn by health workers.






Society Risk Count
People more likely to come to harm by the public sector than private organisations
Lack of oversight mechanisms of public services felt to cause a domino effect, in badly influencing public-private initiatives by poor and inefficient working practices.









NHS - bad example
High consumption ought to be tackled by consideration of personal budget model
to confront a lack of appreciation of health services, and ‘free-for-all’ dichotomy.




‘Justice’ and Health
Healthcare must now become an integrative part of Judicial systems
 ‘Anti-trust’ laws high on political agendas as ‘competition’ in care hots up Globally




Specialty ‘Discrimination’

USA health model and competition could cause split in medicine

NHS vs Insurance:  Extracts from document. Full paper, more details to come.







Fiona Caldicott Gift Dame’s handing over of National health data in danger of falling into the hands of Global venture capitalists and ‘Eugenics’ movements.  




The ‘Wrong Road’

Legal profession universally berated for trundling ‘backwards’ and litigation. Major studies suggesting more effort should be put into avoiding harm in the first place. Natural systems of law must incorporate more ADR and local resolution targets.



























Legal ‘War Games’

Regulators and solicitors accused of deploying ‘Pincer’ movements

Victims and complainants forced to become the ‘enemy’ as part of a military-style manoeuvre to drive them down into total surrender. Fears of a UK totalitarian law.




European Socialism - USA
America doesn't want it  Social movements handbook





‘Double-Speak’ Language
Declining standards in grammar, punctuation and writing skills effect
A combination of particularly doctor’s or expert witnesses difficulty in communicating in plain English, proper statutory interpretation of legislation and laws by judges, courts and legal profession. Felt to be largely attributable to difficulties in determining causation of harm. Thus undermining quality assurances processes, pushing poor work
underground and heightening general travesties of justice in society.
 





 


‘Zionism Mythology’

Recent hysteria over anti-Semitism hides true threat to Nationalism
Fear of Jewish bankers controlling World power, including America








‘United’ States of America
USA citizens loyalty vs. European Union
American people are more likely to be cemented as a Country
And engage in politics because their
traditional values predominate. Whereas being ‘European’ means societies of Member States are gradually losing their ‘Heartlands.’ ‘Diversity’ now replacing ‘Unity.’  





New Judges ‘too powerful’

The end of the road for English Common law




New English Law and EU

Piecemeal of, and UK Law Commissioner’s failure to reform domestic law must shoulder the blame in allowing the lure of the European Union’s more ‘codified’ Treaties/Agreements.





History: The Future of ‘Factual’ Data

Past - key to avoid short-term quick economic fixes. New Manifesto.




Judges too powerful

End of the road for English Common law


British Identity Fear

Further erosion of the Nation State at greater threat.

With inevitable introduction of Jewish Law as Political rows rage on.







Law ‘Free-rider’ Tag

People unsure where legal services fits into public and private sector. Fears for injustice grow in law not assigned a clear industry definition.







NHS: One Big ‘Con’

GP’s and Clinical Commissioning Groups ‘Laid Bare’

Independent quality audit of general medical services contract out-sourced to legal firms by NHS England expose ‘systemic’ failures at a Board level to protect patients at point of clinical need. Furthermore, public and taxpayers are seriously misled into thinking there is entitlement to services when there isn't. Patient and victim support to challenge NHS England direct.



Law ‘Free-rider’ Tag

People unsure where legal services fits into public and private sector. Fears for injustice grow in law not assigned a clear industry definition.










The Shadow State: Sub-contracting Out
Government incompetence: deceipt, secrecy, fraud / service failure



History: The Future of ‘Factual’ Data

Past - key to avoid short-term quick economic fixes. New Manifesto.





Tata Identity: Global Complexity
Outsourcing across International trading deals could have played a major part in financial collapse of the UK/Indian steel firm. Tragedy highlighting the importance of ‘National’ allegiance of employees.


Hillsborough ‘Hope’
Historical ruling now gives official recognition to and renewed enthusiasm by campaigners and victim support groups in lobbying for injustice. In which the British system of public services is riddled with fraud, lies, criminality and corruption.



Tata Identity: Global Complexity
Outsourcing across International trading deals could have played a major part in financial collapse of the UK/Indian steel firm. Tragedy highlighting the importance of ‘National’ allegiance of employees.







Anglo-American ‘Alliance’

White culture and identity have been socially ‘re-engineered.’

Communities, schools and businesses forced to integrate with inimical races. More


















The Shadow State Government incompetence. Deceipt, secrecy, fraud & service failure



Anglo-American ‘Alliance’

White culture and identity have been socially ‘re-engineered.’

Communities, schools and businesses forced to integrate with inimical races. More







New 23 April 2016: Multi-culturalism & Public services
Leading systems analysts warn of inability of Government working from a central perspective, this coupled with public service’s history
of difficulties in adapting to changes suggests that in a Country with high diversity - a ‘one-size-fits all’ approach is now unworkable. With this many facets of society will have to undergo major transformation.









New 22 April 2016: Shipman, Francis & Regulation
Medical Professional Governance: Very Little Progress in 8 Years







Volunteering Sector

Governments should devote more time and financial support to philanthropy model

Victims representatives are likely to prove more successful. Yielding better results than regulation, citizen’s advice bureaus and unproductive public sector jobs.  



New 21 April 2016: Risk and Building Industry

Predicted to rank amongst the Top 30 fastest-growing jobs by 2020





Meaning of ‘Charity’

Corporate ‘fraud’ uncharacteristic of core values

Many victims of human suffering and displaced consumers call for an urgent UK Government review into the Charities Act 2011, and as to whether these laws and legislative description of purposes is being ethically fulfilled in the modern World. Particularly advancement of health or saving of lives. And the ‘Public Benefit’ requirement.

Complaints Demise Aggrieved people’s time and energy much better utilised in small groups learning with posting of empirical data to worn others of risks.



New 21 April 2016: GDC - Dentist's Anonymity
Complainants and victims of dental negligence lobby for names of doctors to be removed, and by GDC FTP to avoid conflict of interest and prejudicing decisions. Concern over GDC addresses deletion.


New 21 April 2016: Risk and Building Industry

Predicted to rank amongst the Top 30 fastest-growing jobs by 2020











Charities in Major Crisis. And Surviving in the Future.

Demand outstrips supply and with a struggle to meet targets. MORE

Continuing stresses and strains on public services - corporate giving along with the future of volunteering and other free support uncertain is felt will exacerbate this problem. Free ‘movement’ an added factor.







New 21 April 2016: GP ‘Contracts’ Under ‘Scrutiny’

Independent quality review identifies ‘Board Failures’

Denial by SERCO at a point of medical need goes against the spirit of the NHS.

NHS England’s sub-contracting to SERCO reveals no follow-up in its patient removal from practices. In short this service contract not good value for money. Nor in it reaching to the vulnerable in clinical need.


‘Acquisition’ of NHS by SERCO


Complete ‘systems failure’ by NHS England PHS Ombudsman told

New 19 April 2016: ‘Unqualified.’ And ‘Out of Touch’
Personally injured failed by the UK Legal Profession
Major review by the Scottish Parliament into medical negligence and International symposium on the future of law, conclude that mainly Solicitors are not competent in dealing with litigious cases. And that lawyers do not gel with or their Client’s needs. The upshot pushing bad business practice generally - and in healthcare underground.







‘Unqualified.’ And ‘Out of Touch’
Personally injured failed by the UK Legal Profession
Major review by the Scottish Parliament into medical negligence and International symposium on the future of law, conclude that mainly Solicitors are not competent in dealing with litigious cases. And that lawyers do not gel with or their Client’s needs. The upshot pushing bad business practice generally - and in healthcare underground.













NHS GP ‘Contracts’

Independent quality review identifies ‘Board Failures’
NHS England’s sub-contracting to SERCO reveals no follow-up in its patient removal from practices. In short this service contract not good value for money. Nor in it reaching to the vulnerable in clinical need.














New 19 April 2016: ‘Unqualified.’ And ‘Out of Touch’
Personally injured failed by the UK Legal Profession
Major review by the Scottish Parliament into medical negligence and International symposium on the future of law, conclude that mainly Solicitors are not competent in dealing with litigious cases. And that lawyers do not gel with or their Client’s needs. The upshot pushing bad business practice generally - and in healthcare underground.








New 19 April 2016: Amazon: A Prime Example

Victim/support ascribe to new philosophy of customer service
Healthcare complaints and regulation too complex, too costly with no satisfaction



New 19 April 2016: Ministry of Justice - ‘Leadership’

The English system of law on the brink of ‘total collapse’
This sector as the
‘fabric of society’ must assert major initiatives, but think holistically to avoid complete systems failure of public services. And may mean doing away with traditional complaints and regulation.






New 18 April 2016: No ‘legal privilege’ for inefficient Lawyers

Increases in breach of contract of Conditional Fee Agreements

Medical negligence victims affected by renegement of personal injury claims align to Lord Woolf philosophy on disclosure of evidence, but moreover in information no longer private, hence litigation no longer prevalent. Withholding of data used as solicitor defence mechanism.





New 18 April 2016: ‘In-House’ Lawyers. What is their role?

Complainants are left confused as to the procurement of private law firms. With people wondering if taxes are going on legal professionals exploiting this position to ‘defend’ claims about public sector workers.









New 18 April 2016: The ‘Coffin Dodgers’. ‘Truly horrifying’.
Confidence in the Ministry of Justice sinks to an ‘all time’ low
Shocking discovery reveals that solicitor and lawyer firms are acting in an extraordinary and criminal manner by illegally stripping vulnerable care home resident’s assets, and by revoking Powers, and Enduring Power of Attorneys to pay for care home costs before people die. Such tragic stories raising calls by families and guardians for stricter scrutiny of Probate and Mental Capacity Act.











Latest 17 April Health Bargaining

Zero hours and instability of jobs risk causing discrimination
Inevitability of mixed economy of public and private funding for both sectors of healthcare, might see people with no proper occupations, union backing or employer insurance benefits lose out overall in healthcare systems of the future. Citing the USA failed model.












New 17.4 Striking a ‘Common’ Ground for Goodness

Victims spectacularly failed by English Law and Judiciaries. Cultural differences between complainants and the British political legitimacy triggers the need to reconcile by Civic patriotism and returning to natural elements of democracy.


New 16.4 NHS - SOS - Listening to People’s Voices

Government and ‘consumers’ must better plan for the NHS. Consumer groups should form ‘majority’ of representatives. Board agendas and meetings must be made publicly available. NHS should be encouraged to become more ‘competitive.’ Hospital Commissioners and Boards to be ‘more regulated.’ Health Governors ‘pieces of furniture.’ ‘Inner circles’ and in Unions must be discouraged.
To avoid mistake of USA systems of medical insurance.






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New 15.4 Social Experiment

‘Power’ and ‘Powerlessness’

Power’s not transferred, but increasingly randomised.
So that no one knows, moment to moment who is responsible for what.
Who has real (as distinct from nominal) authority, or how long that authority will last? Industrialism: the integrators broke society into thousands of interlocking parts - factories, churches, schools, trade unions, prisons, hospitals and the like. It broke knowledge into specialised disciplines. It broke jobs into fragments. It broke families into smaller units. In doing so, it shattered community life and culture. Independents shot up in the US in 1972. The first time the number of independents equalled membership of the major political parties.
FIRST, SECOND - AND THIRD WAVE.




New 14.4 Getting ‘In Gear’

Out-of-court settlement and online dispute handling.
EU compliant platform. Our response. More to follow.



New 14.4 Britain Sold

Department of Health Failing


Who do people go to, who is running public services?
A chilling prophecy: once England’s assets are gone - the expertise with it, they will then re-group, build a knowledge base and hold Government’s to ransom. Armed with this power - a fight for self preservation.  






























New 13.4 ‘Diseased’

‘SCAPEGOATING’ can occur in cultures, religions, politics, governments, businesses, churches, schools, neigh-bourhoods, athletics, families, and other social groups.






















New 13.4 ‘NATIONAL Morale’
Nations collapse from a lack of will to do what is needed to survive as often as they do from conquest. The increase of drug abuse and alcoholism, the continuing rise in crime, the decay of the family and community institutions, the decline in the quality of education, lessening participation in political processes, and rampant consumerism bode ill for the future.” (for the ‘Common’ good)


New 13.4 Patients - a ‘Goat’ Abolition of Dentists Act







New 12.4 Anti-bullying
Threats and intimidation by the Legal Profession must stop

Cases picked up by victim support groups identify truly shocking stories.

The Ministry of Justice and Department of Health is urged to carry out an immediate review into the way that vulnerable people are treated by Solicitors. Particularly where there is no legal guardian, companion in place, or to deal with individual’s financial affairs.







New 11.4 NHS England
Hospital, Health-watch and Well-being Boards independently assessed as woefully aloof in monitoring quality systems and enforcing legislation. Many a time vulnerable people having no access to healthcare or GP services - begging the question where taxpayer’s money is all going to?





















NEW 11.4 QUASI Solicitor’s Regulation Authority

MOJ’s ‘sub-contracting’ out of the ancient English system of ‘Common law’ to private ‘pseudo-regulators’ and corporate shareholders - ‘absolutely catastrophic’ for DENTAL NEGLIGENCE VICTIMS’ justice.  









NEW 11.4 Law Guardians of the Future

Role of ‘Solicitors’ should be ‘diminished’

Department of Justice would do better to draw upon legal advisors, indeed anyone with a sound acumen of the law to support any public or private organisation operating under the remit of Parliamentary legislation, of which in turn proper adherence to such Acts (and service level) contracts ought to prove more efficient. Hence, significantly reduce negligence claims and expensive litigation costs. Prevention better than cure. But particularly in the areas of healthcare and property.







New 9.4 ‘One Nation’ State

People’s health, homes and property rights must be given
the highest priority from Government spending, if it is to prevent collapse of the foundations of its great Country.  





New 9.4 ‘Medico-Law’

Co-working for preventative health litigation

The legal and medical profession should align more on
reducing negligence expenditure, but still aim in times of
tight financial constraints - to deliver distributive justice.




New 9.4 Legal Responsibility

Governments must empower its citizens to take a more proactive approach towards dealing with their own affairs.
As with the emergence of new technology and life after
legal aid triggers an era of uncertainty for the Legal World.









New 8.4 Undemocratic Law

While complainants welcome the assignment of legal assistance within organisations they have grievances with, neutrality principle questioned.





New 8.4 NHS ‘Scam’

Double-standards in ‘clawing cash’

Victims of NHS negligence forced to seek corrective treatment through medical insurers is refused on the grounds of ‘pre-existing’ condition.
If they have to pay by self-payment this amounts to extortionate theatre/ hospital costs. Leaving surgeons and anaesthetists with a pittance for carrying out this work. Yet when the private sector picks up this work from the NHS, or through referrals to specialists it is mysteriously NOT A PRE-EXISTING CONDITION.  A NATIONAL DISGRACE. ‘CCSD’

New 7.4 ‘Secret Codes’: More reason to keep the NHS in public hands

Private hospital’s contractual standard rates for picking up work, or for negligence is ever more commoditising healthcare and undervaluing medical skills: a pittance paid for experts - consultants and anaesthetists








New 7.4 Ex parte
Victims of negligence and consumer complainants stumble upon ‘hidden ways’ of seeking justice from inefficient Courts. Amid growing speculation of the ‘traditional’ and small law firms going out of business.




New 6.4 Filling the ‘GAPS’ Global ‘Judicial Monitoring’

The British system of National Law across the whole spectre, from unresolved complaints and regulatory disputes which escalate into highly complex situations - by virtue of ingrained corruption creating cases of no trust or integrity calls for International auditing of UK Courts.






New 4.4 Court’s ‘Immunity’ Smoke and Mirrors

A distinct path, much different from the UK Parliamentary ‘DEMOCRATIC’ system of wild ‘INJUSTICE’. To follow.


New 3.4 ‘Victorian Values’. Political Movements on the Rise.
Renovation groups follow the lead of 19 Century Ancestors
People tired by mal-administration of existing laws join local associations in competing with National Parliamentary ‘principles’ not compatible with their human, ethical and moral way of life. Commissioning and select committees in decline
 






New 4.4 Scandalous: Solicitors Exposed by Client Mentors.

Historical cases identifying widespread abuse, bullying and intimidation by lawyers to be referred to the Law Commission




New 2.4 ‘The 3 R’s’. Rescission - Remedy - Rectification.

“All members of the legal profession should now routinely consider with their clients whether their disputes are suitable for ADR”  (Dyson LJ, Halsey v Milton Keynes NHS)

















New 4.4 Client Care: Victims lobby for National accreditation of Legal transactions
























Trust (2004) EWCA 576)


New 2.4 ‘Liberty’ Lives. The Reality of Sovereignty Erosion




Victims of travesty of Justices question whether the English System of Common Law is now fit for purpose. At taxpayer’s expense a seemingly pointless exercise in devising methods of Case Law and assenting legislation through Parliament - that will never get ENFORCED.





NEW 2.4 ‘Civil law’ replaces UK ‘Common Law’ in EU


New 1.4 UK Judiciary ‘Outpaced’
Government, Law and Regulation left behind

New technology offers better ways for concerns to be aired






















New 31.3 ‘Changing’ Times

Perfecting the art of questionnaires

Victims take on new techniques of evaluating performance of complaints and client care handling. Novel models of analysing organisations by
asking for feedback on disposal of grievances seen as an important way forward of identifying trends of service failure. Assimilation of data building a portfolio for designing innovative business modelling.







Faith of English Common law is being eroded




New 30.3 Case ‘Disposal’ Endemic

“If our business methods were as antiquated as our legal system, we would have become bankrupt long ago.”








Wings of State plagued with corruption

There is hardly any law and order in Society

Ignorant regulators must be empowered by ADR

Thrown out complaints must not get into arrears

Judiciaries must educate disputants in areas of law


Faith of English Common law is being eroded



















New 25.3 A Britain ‘Fragmented’
Stalwart of law disillusioned with failing National brand

England gradually slipping into Devolutionary mode








ADR must be used to empower in  arrears

New 29.3 Judicial Faith

English ‘Common Law’ must NOT BE eroded

Conciliation and meditation must be compulsory on every curricular of the Legal establishment’s education programme. For visionary, modern and democratic societies. So says a

very high order of the Commonwealth.  Ministry of Justice.

New 29.3 ‘Commonsense’

Solicitor’s businesses under new threat

Insurers seize on sluggishness of mediation markets

Policy holders welcome new inroads into personal injuries.

NHS could see more claims as consumers tap into novel,
and private means of settling healthcare complaints, and as the Government fails to deliver on resolving grievances.

Better news for those with financial means but not the NHS.








New 25.3 ‘A Britain Fragmented.’ Devolution Beckons.

Stalwart of law disillusioned with failing National brand






New 28.3 ‘Fault’ Lines

Traditional methodology of establishing the ‘balance of probabilities’ in negligence, now in need of urgent reform. Academic consensus across medicine, law and philosophy indicating that in a new age of changing consumer markets. Public services now increasingly private businesses.
The victim should plead how harm has impinged on their lives, and home finances. As opposed to pin-pointing the ‘PERSONAL INJURY ’ itself.





New 28.3 ‘The British Legion’
Ex-service personnel may not be being given the support
they deserve as local public authorities go into partnerships with private companies. The emphasis on market profits rather than human need. Disgruntled complainants use networking to design media management systems for
getting messages across. Aiming to improve service level.

I (Information) K (Knowledge) I (Intelligence)









New 27.3 Judicial Faith - English ‘Common Law’ must NOT BE eroded

Conciliation and meditation must be compulsory on every curricular of the Legal establishment’s education programme. For visionary, modern and democratic societies. Says a very high order of Commonwealth.  





A Happy Easter  





New 26.3 Calibrating ‘Equal’ Opportunity

Scales of Justice must be evenly balanced to take into account Lawyer firms closing, and breaches of contract by Solicitors. In the immediate term losses for the medically injured and consumers could be mitigated by abolishing the
Limitation Act 1980
, whereby in such circumstances people are gradually ‘time-barred.’ Plus the introduction of legal services client insurance schemes to counteract this harm.



New 26.3 ‘Stresses and Strains’

Public service demand takes its toll on English Law

Rise in Britain’s population - commensurate with a changing Nation, at continuing risk of rendering the Justice System unable to cope with rapid deviations, of which there is no antidote, sufficient expertise or level of legal skills to adapt. Patients/consumers forced to seek private treatment with a struggling NHS, more likely to be denied justice due to such added complexities. Nonetheless, this specific group of society calling for a new angle in personal injury claims and to receive ‘distributive’ damages.  




New 25.3 ‘A Britain Fragmented.’ Devolution Beckons.

Stalwart of law disillusioned with failing National brand   


New 25.3 ‘Working In  Harmony’. For Better Results.

Dentally-neglected patients call for the legal profession to share ‘evidence-based’ approach in personal injury claims.





New 24.3 ‘Judiciary Policing’. System’s Failure.

Extraordinary maladministration and perverse incentive scheme in HM
Courts and Tribunals Service
demand greater public scrutiny. Coming.


New 24.3 Health Aid - Ministry of Justice Core Role

Ministry of Justice must work more closely with the NHS and health-care organisations, on providing money, setting targets for settling victim disputes, but with making money available for people to receive refunds
for poor service, and if corrective surgery has to be paid for. Analysis of academic research on medical law and distributive justice suggesting
this philosophy of customer service the way forward for improving quality systems and by replacing out-dated legal personal injury claims.








New 22.3  Risk  >  Consent  >  Fault

A new legal model for sustaining 21c healthcare. To follow.






New 24.3 The ‘Screener’. External Quality Auditing.

Medical negligence victims and consumer justice alliances want direct access to/and independent assessment of Lawyer’s decisions in
personal injury cases to give confidence in medico-legal systems.




New 23.3 Damning Verdict on the English Law/Judiciary

Clients and patients unlawfully ‘removed’ from lawyers/doctors lists.
Breaches of contracts. And in Conditional Fee Agreements (CFA).

Ignorant of the law, and Civil Procedure Rules (CPR). Court’s.

Cannot finish work. Charge extortionate fees for nothing delivered.

Draw too many people into client transactions - unnecessarily costly.

Use 6-year ‘disposal’ policy of destroying information to cover-up
incompetence, criminality and corruption. Making detection of fraud
difficult, unless trail left. No duty of care to Clients, in many cases.

People dispose with Lawyers and take to litigation friends for help.







Neglected patients and public poorly served by Solicitors



New 23.3 £35m/pa Scandal

Dental regulator lost sight of its statutory duty

GDC’s annual budget must not be raided for it’s vernacular of  ‘tooth whitening,’ hitherto this a vanity choice and role for trading standards.




New 22.3 High Cost of ‘Injustices’

UK law - and NHS’s lack of ‘distributive’ justice in medical negligence, inefficient complaints handling, and failure of ‘fast-tracking’ of lower-value personal injury claims cited as major to health systems collapse.

New 22.3  Risk  >  Consent  >  Fault

A new legal model for sustaining 21c healthcare. To follow.








New 21.3 Anti-fraud: No more copying of official documents.

Consumers, patient and victim groups welcome the tightening of rules
by the HMSO and many company’s stipulation that authenticity of formal certification must be verified and by witness signatures. Bringing an end
to technological advancements of downloads, and in a crack-down on criminality some customer purchases having no use or legitimate value.

New 21.3 The Law Commission: A Renewal for Change.

Complainants and victims find it impossible to have a grievance dealt with effectively, due to added barriers of and some element of crime and corruption now spewing into every orifice of regulatory authority and public body. Most organisations when confronted on serious issues don't have any, or no proper anti-fraud or whistle-blowing strategy in place.
With this epidemic spiraling out of control, so too greater demand for customer service systems to be well independent of Government.





New 20.3 UK Ministry of Justice ‘Shot’




New 19.3 Lawyering - regulators fail on pace of ‘Quasi’s


New 19.3 ‘Experts’? Doctor’s Quasi Business Challenged

Quality check of premier UK medical witnesses resource expose serious concerns about recruitment and selection process undertaken on legal criteria, instead of clinical and technical competencies. DENTISTS on
this database previously reported to the GDC, but exonerated by the regulator
for being involved in/and currently subject to police inquiry for criminal offences - still allowed to give medico-legal opinion.











New 18.3 Client ‘Horror’. Closure of Solicitor Firms.  

Patient-consumer lobbyists demand more Parliamentary regulation for people to claim compulsory compensation. When lawyers go out of business or into liquidation. Public warned to mitigate risks by ensuring

they have copies of all documentation. Where across legal specialities important documents, such as Wills, Executors, Power/Enduring Attorneys and Grant of Probate, along with unfulfilled case files could be lost or ‘shredded’ in winding up organisations.








New 17.3  Coming soon - our first-quarter postings analysis







New 18.3 GDC - ‘Tooth Whitening’

Dentally-injured express growing worries at healthcare regulator straying
into areas - away from its statutory responsibility of public protection.
 

New 18.3 Hot-off-the-Press

Law services fitness to practice 21 Century. Model Country.





New 17.3 ABS - National Disaster

Britain’s failed experiment of privatising the English law system by Alternative Business Structures, though this catastrophic may see a
return to public ownership of the Ministry of Justice. Coming.








New 17.3 Legal ‘Standards’

Growing fears of a UK police state with Government totalitarianism in danger of moving even closer forward.  A chilling prospect for society. But which is solely attributable to the law profession’s professional activity failing to be regulated effectively, of which in the longer term the public can expect more Government intervention in regulating the legal profession.  

New 16.3 ‘Evidence Preservation’

Advancement in DNA, forensic testing and technological development,
raises popular support for
data preservation laws, and for it to be made
an offence to destroy information until complaints, customer disputes
legal, court cases and wrongdoing are dealt with satisfactorily.










New 16.3 ‘Blurred Lines’
Complainants push for more clarity from Ombudsmen and regulators on
the difference between professional conduct and failing service delivery. Most regulators absolving core duties of monitoring behaviour. When problems are pushed onto Ombudsmen - this role neither intended to -
or then is not equipped to deal with both grievances simultaneously.







New 16.3 Section 32
Limitation Act 1980 should be used more effectively and as a mechanism to stop the clock ticking on 3-year time restriction in bringing a personal injury claim. Particularly where there is poor case management by Solicitors. Inadequate competence in Conditional Fee Agreements.
Clients should not be denied justice over lawyer’s prevaricating.
Which if so legal compensation damages should be awarded.
 





New 2.3 - 20:30 Balancing PI with PPI

Medically injured turn to new ways of clawing back loss of income from Bank’s missold products as the Ministry of ‘Justice’ fails casualties.
Breaking: 2.3 PI/CH ‘ABUSE’  

Law Commission welcomes intelligence for REFORM

Victims of medical negligence and group alliances invited to participate
on discovery of  ‘wholly unethical governance’ with many organisations, including registered charities and within the personal injury, legal sector using and abusing the Companies Act for unhealthy ‘trading motives.’  



New 2.3 AVMA Rebuked. Coming.

NEW 25.2 GDC ‘Detached’  

Dental regulator severely criticised for becoming even more remote from
its Statutory duty of protecting patients - with a noticeable absence of response to Government on new legislation of wilful neglect, ill-treatment and criminal offences. Same goes for CARE QUALITY COMMISSION

New 24.2 Safety Contingency
Patient and victim groups very vocal in re-designing the Ombudsman’s advocacy role, so that personal injury is duly and locally compensated, without ‘high-jacking’ of new law by the legal profession and courts.


Intrusion in, coupled with a failure of the law to reform increasing
danger of adverse patient externalities.


Healthcare, both for quality improvement and scientific innovation must shift from evidence-based medicine to risk-based medicine. Thus rendering the legal ‘Bolam’ principle in personal injury and doctor ‘body of opinion’ now an out-dated ideology in a new technological age of intelligence.



New 14.2 ‘PURE’ JUSTICE

Litigant persons and their friends lobby for changes in legislation to formally recognise these new statuses, disclosure then of information extending to availability of defendant medical reports. Hitherto such types of privileged data previously restricted to Solicitors. An important step forward as increasingly legal services become out of reach and the average person to pay. Lawyer’s ‘knowledge of law’ - in ‘drastic decline.’




New 12.2 SRA and AVMA

Legal services regulator and healthcare charity asked for their policy directives on Personal Injury and CFA (Conditional Fee Agreement) as feedback from victim groups highlight an ‘alarming’ trait of risk. Coming.

New 15.2 ‘The Ombudsman’

‘Absolute discretion’ and ‘final’ judicature for dumping organisation’s complaints creating a growing fear of public to take complaints to Ombudsmen. In it now looking to devise other means to override medieval regulators out of touch with modern democratic reality.


New 08.2
Litigation Friendly Strengthening reform for modern democracy

Calls on Government to extend suitability of litigation friends, ideally backed up by National accreditation certificates. As more, voluntary and quality support is given to representing victims and claimants in courts and regulatory disputes. By due process pre-action protocols and civil procedure rules robustly enforced to avoid losing parties subjecture to legal costs. Such reform is vital with burgeoning pressure on the justice system, coupled with extortionate costs charged by lawyers, often with poor - or no results in return.


New 03.2
Regulation ‘Narrative’ Disturbingly Waning

Victim groups devise new formulaes for major changes


New 03.2 Healthcare HM Tribunals. Way Forward.

Complainants having already unsatisfactorily gone through a formal ‘legal’ process, be it statutory regulation or otherwise should then be given the chance to take their case to Court through modernisation of Government Justice systems.

New 03.2 PI Law ‘Relaxation’. Time-barring Rule.

3-year ‘restriction’ on personal injury claims must be lifted. Patients with what they feel is a case of genuine medical negligence must be given total autonomy in presenting a
case for justice, or to courts. Application of equal rights extending to Civil Procedure Rules. In conditional fee agreements (CFA) assessing if a case has merit must be initially examined clinically, not legally and arbitrarily. Such tougher quality mechanisms critical for driving up National standards of care, safety and protection.  And as people become much more informed by new technologies.

New 01.2 Legal Competency

Solicitors failing in knowing the ‘basic’ laws of negligence, coupled with a serious lack of witness expertise complicit in inhibiting innovation in law and future medical excellence.



New 01.2 Medical ‘Refunds’

Contemporary interpretation of post-modernist research on ancient histories of medicine, save for catastrophic injuries suggests offering reimbursement for treatments that don't work.  While important study continues into reconstructing long-forgotten customs of contractual agreements between practitioners and patients. Doctor/patient relationship and individualized medicine. Fresh concepts giving hope to disbandment of ‘intrusive laws’ - and damaging ‘regulation.’



New 29.1 Jackson Lambasted

Judiciaries and Parliament must stop meddling, or in ‘free markets’ re-invigorate ‘strict liability’ tort law pay-outs. The Chancellor cannot have it both ways. Either we have an all-embracing National Health Service or not. Period.


New 29.1 Corrective Justice

Victim alliances demand of Government allocation of resources to create rehabilitee programmes for injustices largely brought about by economic and financial cut-backs. But so that there can be an ongoing assessment of risk by distributive uprightness and acceptance of fault. Recognising that monetary compensation is not always the dominant factor in cases of negligence and final closure, rather truth and reconciliation all-round the far better sensible approach.   


New 28.1 Forenso-Medical Crime - Virtual Reality Pathology ear

Concerns are raised over declining take up of the traditional pathologist, through low salary, dumbing down of this most exacting of sciences by replacement of/or computer generated practitioners used in pathological investigations or for carrying out autopsies. ‘Tick-box’ approach. That clinicians take on more of a central educational role in this profession adding a much greater incentive to cover up medical negligence/by the simple ability to technologically alter patient medical data, hence establish causation of injury with lesser outside, able scrutiny or proof of evidence by regulators and courts to hold doctors to account. A big worry for many areas of crime.


New 27.1 Medico-Legal Risk
Injured patients and support groups call for an end to the traditional complaint and with modern harmonisation of
CPR (Civil Procedure Rules) embracing ADR and mediation which can act as formative, ongoing and better quality assessment of a case, as new data emerges.

New 27.1 Court Ombudsman/Regulation

Victims of injustice call for more elasticity, restructuring and simpler process of people bringing Judges and public administrative systems of law directly to account for loss and injury through contravention of Civil Procedure Rules. Hitherto, abolishment, major reform and or better codification of the Limitation Act 1980, but especially in historical cases and on the discovery of new and important information. In difficult complex situations whereby Courts, its staff and Judges are unwilling to undergo mediation at a local, or National level to bring about resolution reaching for independent or foreign judicial arbitrators, or as a last resort  - the House of Lords, Supreme Court to settle grievances.


 

New 25.1 ‘Before Event’ Insurance Protection

Patient-victim groups want modicum of sense for Jackson

ideal to be equilibriously introduced in free markets.




New 25.1 Law - Healthcare Inhibitor

Jackson reforms on Personal Injury (PI) costs, added to a failure in Judiciary and Courts recognising technological advancement, securing civil and distributive justice, or by way of integrative risk assessment inherently dangerous. If judicial and political interference continues along the purely financial route also runs the added danger of preventing medical and scientific innovation. Hence at the same time causing a high rise in accidents, adverse, nearly events and medical harm.


New 24.1 Health-Medico-legal Resources


New 22.1 Healthcare Viability
Extensive research across the whole landscape of medical negligence strongly concur unresolved complaints about doctors and treatment will continue to demand and consume high(er) proportions from already restrained budgets. So calling for truly neutral investigation of complaints to be conducted outside of the NHS, likewise private sector. Critically to restore public confidence in the ‘entire’ system.




New 22.1 Compensation Law

Disac broadens out its reach within academic institutions and of medical law in helping bring about more safer and humane forms of justice, both
civil and criminal fit for the 21 Century.  ‘Going Global.’ More to come.





New 21.1 Medico-Legal Parameters

Patient groups and consumer help in negligence urge a critical appraisal
of and review into any adverse externalities between risk-based and evidence-based medicine.


20.1 Medico-legal Tsar: Patient alliances and support networks call for a complete review, and urgent overhaul of the Personal Injury (PI) industry. Alongside wholly restrictive Courts practices in preventing people with legitimate and bona-fide claims from seeking and receiving justice for negligence. More critically this barrier lifted so as to more readily identify weaknesses in regulation to then be fully integrative of improved quality management systems and in raising National standards.  



19.1 Breaking ‘New Ground’ in the Criminal/Justice System

Disillusioned complainants welcome ‘direct’ responses from Courts and Judges - frustrated with Ombudsmen/regulators. Heralding a new era of democracy, legal and justice system. Judiciary and Court Role


New 19.1 Fatal UK Law
Judicial function main causal factor in personal injury

Conclusion from major cross-party research into healthcare identifies that there has been no significant improvement in public protection since 2008 nor following Francis QC.
If anything, crises in regulation per-se has worsened. With work for victim groups to focus more on
risk-based legal
agendas and clinical-hospital management structures.
  



New 18.1 Informed Risk

‘Negligence’ must be the higher threshold by patients being more able
to minimise harm v legal
PI threshold of unsafe outcome of claims.

18.1 A Duty of Candour

New law must override in Personal Injury (PI) Claims







17.1 GDC. GMC. Fitness to practice unsuitable for purpose
Old-style regulatory complaints should be replaced with Ombudsman-type advocacy and those that embrace
Civil Procedure Rules. Are more accommodating to a modern democratic society. ADR-mediation to better complement the introduction of new laws of Wilful Neglect, Criminal Offences and a Duty of Candour legislation. Critically to raise National safety standards, fill in the ‘gaps’ of care quality. And major reviews that react more effectively to the changing dynamics of medical practice, joined-up present technological age. Victim pressure groups and support cohorts welcome the opportunity to be able to work more closely with Government and enter into their schemes. But where there have been authority failures to ensure public and consumer protection.


5.1 Legal Crises

Professional inability of Solicitors a public risk. Growing complexities of Judiciaries, regulation, plus high numbers of medical negligence cases, alongside lack of financial investment of law firms being unable
to take serious cases to Courts or patient settlement. Ultimately adding fears with no quality monitoring more poor practice going underground. Leading to eventual collapse of both healthcare services and in difficulties in upholding social, law and civil justice systems.  



New 8.1 Public Probe NHS England

Ethics of GP private agent Serco strike-off scrutinised



13.1 Ideal Expert
Victims of medical negligence and injury in discussions and proposals to Government for doctors and dentists who perform corrective surgery and provide remedial treatments to be called to Court to give Witness testimony. For more quality, financial efficiency, reliability and reduced complexity.




9.1 Wilful Neglect

Victim pressure and support groups carry on with cantilever for justice under new laws and statutory legislation. After decades of regulatory system failures. Coming.





New 8.1 Public Probe NHS England

Ethics of GP private agent Serco strike-off scrutinised




New11.1‘Limitation’

Enactment of Victorian legislation ‘time-barring’ rule must
be learned in its full context by Society to receive justice. Reformed to take into account 21 Century technology of historical data capture and other new information sources.


New 8.1 Battle for Compensation

Victim pressure and support networks call for new laws and contemporary Government mandate for compulsory recovery indemnity-insurance schemes, such as that already operational in the motor industry to recompense patients and health consumers for GP, organisation’s ‘strike-off’ and any other personal injury.






New 5.01 Court Blunders and Inefficient Administration

Systems failures must be open to local mediation. As victims discover the awful aftermaths of UK injustice.  








New 30.12  ‘Particular’ about ‘Particulars’
Consumer and victim pressure groups welcome the strengthening of Courts claims/Civil Procedural Rules. Shocking findings of inept legal systems having left innocent sufferers bereft of democratic law process.





New 30.12  More than ‘Rubber Stamping’
Campaign alliance demand greater accountability and lucidity in Court’s judgement outcomes and decisions.


Breaking 29.12 ‘Watergate’ 2016


English Judiciary suffers a repetitious test of integrity
as Court probed in ‘anomalies' involving Lloyds Bank and historical mortgage re-possessions. To follow.





















New 29.12 ‘Novel’ Systems of Law  
All-round services greatly helping Courts self-claimants    



























New 28.12 Justice ‘Easier’ Served

Consumers, self litigants, victims of injury and harm abandoning regulators and Government Ombudsmen
by taking advantage of small claims courts and tribunal services at a snip of cost and much less complicated.






New 27.12  ‘SOS’ - ‘Regulation’

Dentist and Medical Acts seriously lacks strength and endurance to tackle criminality infiltrating modern-day medicine. Such victims fears backed up by the Chief Ombudsman and NHS ‘wall of silence.’ With a call for new and tougher measures to fight. MORE  MORE










New 26.12 Chancery in Need of ‘Urgent’ Review

Immigration radically transforms entire UK Department of Justice system









Victorian Courts and Judicature Acts then designed for consolidation into the Ministry of Justice must undergo a complete and urgent overhaul to reflect 21 Century society and all citizen’s protection in National systems of law. But UK Police mechanism now constructed and predominantly consumed by offences and crime related to immigration. Coming.




New 24.12 ‘Warts and All’

Independent report of ‘monumental’ care neglect set to expose the DOH - yet again arousing effectiveness of the Francis Inquiry and ‘Duty of Candour’ Law.








New 24.12 Jeremy Hunt capability under fresh scrutiny





New 24.12 Money Rejected

Victims of personal injury refuse to toe the legal line or by appeasing the medical profession and hooking up to the dangerous ‘Bolam’ ‘Body of Opinion’ Law.

Costly lawyers, regulators and claims firms not needed to settle disputes. Just a good grasp of law and how to fill in the right forms. Major study raising reliability of Ombudsman's ‘resolved’ complaints stats for 2015.



























New 22.12 Courts in Dire ‘Crisis’

‘Major breaches’ uncovered in Civil Procedure and Ministry of Justice rules prompts an urgent review of UK public administration law systems. In resolving complex cases deploying legal principles of International independence.




21.12 Doctor Tribunals

Patient-victims unhappy with GDC and GMC investigations seek new ways of overturning Regulator decisions through Courts. Coming.









New Year’s Resolution and Christian Message

The stone had hit him right between his eyes and suddenly Goliath started to loose his balance. He fell with a loud thud right on his face. David had done it,
he beat the giant Philistine! When the rest of the Philistines saw this they ran away and David became a hero to all the people in Israel.


We will continue to support our people in taking a fight against Lloyds Bank to court over historical mortgages. In doing so we will seek to challenge the BDA-ARF Judical Review. In all our quests put pressure on Government to abolish the Medical and Dentist’s Acts.












17.12 GMC and GDC ‘Axed’

Unhappy complainants favour scrapping the Medical and Dentist’s Acts, with re-channelling of this funding put into ADR schemes for fairer distribution of justice.





17.12 Extended Public Protection

Patient and consumer pressure groups call for compulsory Government compensation schemes, such as that legislated in the motor insurance industry.  Where victims of alleged medical injury can make own applications for redress.  





New 16.12 Lloyds Challenge
DISAC’s expertise help in Court action against banking giant









New 16.12 Litigation Friends

Highly knowledgeable super-charged victim support groups and personal advocates providing an invaluable replacement for solicitors that simply do not have the will or sufficient calibre of competency to fulfil consumer-client needs. In many cases claimant's left with extortionate bills for legal services un-rendered. All in all fearing a total collapse of and greater loss of confidence within the UK Justice system.  








16.12 GDC Havoc

Patients and victims of injustice - left permanently damaged by failure of the Dental regulators complaints system take steps to have the BDA ARF Judgement and High Court ‘debacle’ reconsidered.  To follow.





New 14.12 ‘Redundant’ Law and Defying Convention

Dwindling appetite in the UK Judiciary, combined with poor application and knowledge of Civil Procedure Rules (CPR) in the legal profession, triggers greater demand for ADR and disputes to be settled at source. Or full reinstatement of Ministry of Justice Courts Tribunal Services.

Affidavits for raising National Quality Standards: Patient victim and consumer pressure groups take to writing personal knowledge reports, this departure from regulatory and legal norms aimed at proving negligence, tackling poor care, and penetrating ‘system failures’.







15.12 ‘Regulators’ STR

Ombudsmen and regulators surplus to requirements as more people opt for taking disputes to Courts tribunals. With no requisite for using regulator complaints systems beforehand.




09.12 ‘Carry on Regardless’

High calibre of online clinical research and by Global renowned medical authorship's enthusing UK consumer and patient support groups to promote this way forward for a more streamlined, reliable, modern and democratic way of self-litigants taking their own cases through mechanisms of law. Ending controversial ‘body of opinion’ but all in harmony with Court’s preferences for Single Joint Experts (SJE’s).





11.12 Court’s Uptake

More pressure expected to be put on Courts by a public demanding justice as the Law Commission and Legal Ombudsman throw in the towel on EU - ADR initiatives.









New 11.12 Patient Power and Civil Rights

Dentist's Annual Retention Fee (ARF) may be plunged into total chaos as pressure groups opposed to the GDC and BDA join in mounting formal challenges against the Courts - and Ross Cranston BDA-GDC Judicial Review.


















New 10.12 UK Judiciary Integrity Under Question

British courts and legal system comes under fresh scrutiny after data gathered from the BDA-GDC Ross Cranston ARF judicial review, is called on to look into similar irregularities and ‘corrupt’ practices involving Lloyds Bank historical mortgage re-possession orders.







09.12 ‘Carry on Regardless’

High calibre of online clinical research and by Global renowned medical authorship's enthusing UK consumer and patient support groups to promote this way forward for a more streamlined, reliable, modern and democratic way of self-litigants taking their own cases through mechanisms of law. Ending controversial ‘body of opinion’ but all in harmony with Court’s preferences for Single Joint Experts (SJE’s).










08.12 ‘Care Pathways’

Victim groups call for patient ‘welfare officers’, especially for when people are removed from GP, and dentist's registers whilst still having commissioned treatment and contractual agreements. But so they don’t get ‘lost in the system.’

08.12 A ‘Game Changer’
Medical negligence and personal injury law must reform to reflect a consumer-based environment, so towards a risk-based approach as the main threshold for determining causation. Launch of new elements raising standards and assuring consistency in medical practice.  

08.12 ‘Care Pathways’

Victim groups call for patient ‘welfare officers’, especially for when people are removed from GP, and dentist's registers whilst still having commissioned treatment and contractual agreements. But so they don’t get ‘lost in the system.’





07.12 A ‘Helping Hand’ to Tackle Bankers

Disac’s expertise and knowledge attained through their enquiring into the British Dental Association, General Dental Council Ross Cranston ARF Judicial Review commandeered for looking into claims of coercion and irregularities concerning Lloyds Bank historical and County Court mortgages re-possession orders. MORE  MORE  MORE
Disac joins forces to challenge Lloyds Bank, the Treasury, FCA and Financial Ombudsman over historical PPI claims that could see many more eligible for pay-outs. READ ON












NEW 06.12 Medical Blunders - adding to proliferation of ‘privatisation’

System set up to perform corrective surgery and on referral thought to be providing main capital for private hospitals - through poor practice and lack of NHS specialist skills. And raising competence of foreign doctors.  














NEW 05.12 Giving Patient’s and Victims of Negligence a ‘Voice’
A growing plethora of research data and access of this via the Internet, community and online networking is equipping victims of harm and injustice with more expert knowledge on which to take medical reports direct to hospital trusts. Thus eventually doing away with remote regulatory systems by people and consumers taking personal control in seeking final resolution for their problems and injuries.     







04.12 Bolam ‘Unsafe’

Victims of medical negligence and pressure groups strive to see a ‘new line’ of enquiry in putting their own cases forward, this in a break with traditional ‘body of opinion’, to that based on trusted empirical research, clinical trials and peer reviewed findings and outcomes. For future ‘test’ cases.



04.12 Winning Formula

Yet another historic victory for our people!







03.12 Rotten Law
Injured patient-off consumers encouraged to invoke ‘pre-action protocol’ rules for getting customer satisfaction, in legal services and to force authorities to comply with statutory legislation and duty of obligation.
 









Important intelligence data gathered from victims, consumer and support groups to form part of a pilot study in working with Government on modernising civil justice and tribunals, but in difficult and serious cases where regulation, ombudsmen and Law Commission and Society has failed.










Judiciary - A Blueprint for Reform (Ombudsman)




























11 Truly ‘Historical’

Victim and consumer lobbying group successful by Labour Constituency MP raising a Parliamentary question to the Economic Secretary to the Treasury (who is responsible for financial regulation) as to whether she will ask the FCA to revise the ‘exceptional circumstances’ guidance (DISP 2.8.4) under the 'six year rule' for the Financial Ombudsman to look at cases, in particular when important evidence comes to light years after the event in question.  A ‘momentous milestone’ and for commonsense.





























New Judiciary - A Blueprint for Reform (Ombudsman)




New 24.11 ‘Historical’


Victim and consumer lobbying group successful by Labour Constituency MP raising a Parliamentary question to the Economic Secretary to the Treasury (who is responsible for financial regulation) as to whether she will ask the FCA to revise the ‘exceptional circumstances’ guidance (DISP 2.8.4) under the 'six year rule' for the Financial Ombudsman to look at cases, in particular when important evidence comes to light years after the event in question.  A ‘momentous milestone’ and for commonsense.



Victims demanding justice in PPI find further oversight in the Law Commission - meaning Government potentially paying damages of colossal proportions to providers of financial services and their customers. This whole issue highlighting vulnerability in the complex area of consumer, business contracts and subsequent breaches.  

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New Judiciary - A Blueprint for Reform (Ombudsman)




New 21.11 ‘People Power’ - ‘Historical Victory’ - FCA Consumer campaigner’s first successful passage into Parliament could broker a deal to secure ‘major reform’ in Global Banking & Financial Services & Markets industry. A catalyst for raising National Quality Standards.


New 23.11 Big Blunder

Lawsuit Bonanza

Victims demanding justice in PPI find further oversight
in the Law Commission - meaning Government potentially paying damages of colossal proportions to providers of financial services and their customers. This whole issue highlighting vulnerability in the complex area of consumer, business contracts and subsequent breaches.  Coming.


New 21.11 ‘People Power’ - ‘Historical Victory’ - FCA Consumer campaigner’s first successful passage into Parliament could broker a deal to secure ‘major reform’ in Global Banking & Financial Services & Markets industry. A catalyst for raising National Quality Standards.




New 23.11 Deeply Worrying

Major inconsistencies in GDC decision-making shows an ‘urgent’ need for more robust and independent auditing of quality assurance and standards management. Coming.





New 23.11 ‘Landmark’  

Disaffected customers fighting PPI payouts discover new anomalies which could transform the Diaspora of contract law and Government compensation schemes. Coming.



New 21.11 ‘People Power’ - ‘Historical Victory’ for Victim’s Group

FCA: consumer campaigner’s first successful passage into Parliament could broker a deal to secure ‘major reform’ in Global Banking & Financial Services & Markets industry. Catalyst for standards.































New 22.11 ‘Clueless of the Law’ Call for National Quality Standards

Possibly millions of UK citizens are systemically denied protection, liberty and civil rights due to the legal profession, regulator’s and public authority's ‘breathtaking’ ignorance, but blind denial of Parliamentary legislation. Key findings ahead of our year end report and analysis.







New 22.11 ‘Clueless of the Law’

Possibly millions of UK citizens are systemically denied protection, liberty and civil rights due to the legal profession, regulator’s and public authority's ‘breathtaking’ ignorance, but blind denial of Parliamentary legislation. Key findings ahead of our year end report and analysis.



New 22.11 ‘Taking up the Mantle’ - Restoring faith in British Politics

In values of Christianity victims of injustice join with bringing organisations to account where regulation and Governments have failed. The goal to respect society’s expectations of the ‘common’ good - in law and everyone meeting social responsibility. Board room Ethics.    

New 21.11 ‘People Power’ - ‘Historical Victory’ for Victim’s Group

FCA: consumer campaigner’s first successful passage into Parliament could broker a deal to secure ‘major reform’ in Global Banking & Financial Services & Markets industry. Catalyst for standards.
















New 21.11 Self-assessment for Legal Rights

Victim groups active in setting out quality criteria for referral of complaints to appropriate investigative bodies. Coming.









New 20.11 ‘Despicable’ Acts of Unlawful Subjugation

Victims of injury suffering constant stress and burden for many years without any insurance payout despite all parties good faith, by claims firms abusing the ‘6-year limitation’ period to avoid making compensation for profit, ignites urgent review of the Financial Services and Markets Act - competency of solicitors in acumen of law. Generally assessing insurance underwriting and public risk. Coming.





New 19.11 Police Gobbledygook

No limitation period for investigating criminal offences, but time restriction for bringing a IPCC complaint. To follow.














New 20.11 Aiming High for Success and Well-being

Subordinate routes, and publicly-funded services failing to offer value, satisfaction, resolution, safety and protection of society must be urgently addressed. However, with heads and chief executives ultimately held legally accountable, as in respect for, spirit and application of strict liability tort and common law. Namely where a boss of a company is responsible for the actions of its employees. Who must play a more front-line part in settling disputes. Those faltering must expect ferocity of victim’s arsenal. No hiding place for cover-up.

New 19.11 Gobbledygook

No limitation period for investigating criminal offences, but time restriction for bringing a IPCC complaint. To follow.






New 18.11 Legal Ethics

Serious doubts over Ombudsmen’s ‘independent arbitrator’ status and Law Services integrity offers new dependency opportunities and alternative consumer solutions. Coming.



New 18.11 ‘Criminality’

After a lengthy independent quality analysis, complainant intelligence and study of UK legislation - with changing dynamics in medicine it is concluded by Disac that dental practice must now diversify under the general concept of criminal law, in cases, administered by the Police. Coming.




New 17.11 Utter Chaos

Astonishing inconsistencies in Court rulings and leading barrister chambers marketing advocacy demonstrates the urgency for legal bodies and profession having a National educational accredited lead body, whilst at the same time Britain ridding itself of the odious ‘importation’ of civil law.





New 17.11 A Resounding Appetite

Disac and Sister Group unanimously agree that Regulatory Acts and public bodies of no benefit should be abolished, this funding re-constituted into National Arbitration systems where mediators set the law for ‘two satisfied’ parties.   



New 16.11 Competition in Justice


Privatisation of dispute resolution as opposed to exceedingly costly
court cases appears to be appealing to more people, especially as proceedings can be held out of public gaze, without media influence
 - of bias judges and juries. Regulators and ombudsmen ever more abusing powers. Bribery in the legal profession seemingly an all time high, this intimidated by big business. Added to Court’s systems struggling to financially sustain societal and consumer functions.


Our constitution - written for victims by victims









New 17.11 The Law of ‘Precedent’
Complainants must not be denied autonomy. However,  

drawing on victim experiences sees the natural renewal of liberty and rights, with a return to the values of traditional Anglo-Saxon Common law - an essential move away from ‘imported’ foreign legislation - systems for modern times.