ALLOCATED LAND FOR FREE PARTIES & FESTIVALS

The idea is to approach local farmers,land owners for earmarked plots of land that are suitable,not too near residential areas, to organise free parties & festivals.Most of these type of events operate on a donation basis ,or generate free enterprise income with food,tea n coffee,clothes n jewellery stalls,and i'm sure the land owner could make some profit too.   These events would operate on a non exploitative basis. All operations can be organized through (nonrestrictive) local council (co-operation) in conjunction with( experienced free party organizers )   .One of the main things this idea would negate,is what we are suffering now= BINGE DRINKING + all its related problems in our towns & cities. I cannot emphasize enough the need for these type of events. During the Thatcher administration + unrepealed by Blair these type of events were stamped out via the CRIMINAL JUSTICE BILL. The country was suffering deep recession +cutbacks ,the youth culture had all its creative expression repressed.  This resulted in riots up and down the country (the queen was not amused) .The residue from this of wich we are suffering now is a culture of directionless youth who cannot express themselves in any other way than (BINGE DRINKING) + all its antisocial ramifacations  . This idea cannot & should not be taken to be shallow or petty in the least,it is a fundamental human right.     

Why is this idea important?

The idea is to approach local farmers,land owners for earmarked plots of land that are suitable,not too near residential areas, to organise free parties & festivals.Most of these type of events operate on a donation basis ,or generate free enterprise income with food,tea n coffee,clothes n jewellery stalls,and i'm sure the land owner could make some profit too.   These events would operate on a non exploitative basis. All operations can be organized through (nonrestrictive) local council (co-operation) in conjunction with( experienced free party organizers )   .One of the main things this idea would negate,is what we are suffering now= BINGE DRINKING + all its related problems in our towns & cities. I cannot emphasize enough the need for these type of events. During the Thatcher administration + unrepealed by Blair these type of events were stamped out via the CRIMINAL JUSTICE BILL. The country was suffering deep recession +cutbacks ,the youth culture had all its creative expression repressed.  This resulted in riots up and down the country (the queen was not amused) .The residue from this of wich we are suffering now is a culture of directionless youth who cannot express themselves in any other way than (BINGE DRINKING) + all its antisocial ramifacations  . This idea cannot & should not be taken to be shallow or petty in the least,it is a fundamental human right.     

Right to Die – s2(1) Suicide Act 1961

As the law currently stands it is an offence to 'aid, abet, counsel or procure the suicde of another'. 

This has the effect of criminalising those who assists a person, who is physically unable to end their own life, to commit suicide.  As suicide is not illegal and is essentially part of an individuals right to autonomous conduct, this is arguably discriminatory against disabled persons – in particular the terminally ill.

Surely we have the right to die with some dignity?

Why is this idea important?

As the law currently stands it is an offence to 'aid, abet, counsel or procure the suicde of another'. 

This has the effect of criminalising those who assists a person, who is physically unable to end their own life, to commit suicide.  As suicide is not illegal and is essentially part of an individuals right to autonomous conduct, this is arguably discriminatory against disabled persons – in particular the terminally ill.

Surely we have the right to die with some dignity?

Patients data and databases – there should be no surprises

Patients should be autonomous – have the freedom to control – the processing of their personal and clinical data/records.  They should also be kept fully informed as to the processing of their personal and medical data on a regular basis.

So BEFORE any personal or clinical data can be added to a database/register or other data storage system the patient should be asked to give informed consent.  If the patient refuses consent then the data should not be processed (that includes sharing, uploading, accessing and so on).  

There should not be any surprises for the patient regarding processing of their personal and clinical data.

Why is this idea important?

Patients should be autonomous – have the freedom to control – the processing of their personal and clinical data/records.  They should also be kept fully informed as to the processing of their personal and medical data on a regular basis.

So BEFORE any personal or clinical data can be added to a database/register or other data storage system the patient should be asked to give informed consent.  If the patient refuses consent then the data should not be processed (that includes sharing, uploading, accessing and so on).  

There should not be any surprises for the patient regarding processing of their personal and clinical data.