Reform the Bail Act 1976

I believe that the following changes should be made to the Bail Act 1976: no person should be remanded into custody for a non-imprisonable offence under any circumstances, there should be a 28 day time restriction imposed on any remand into custody for breach of bail conditions, no defendant should be remanded into custody for a period exceeding the half maximum custodial sentence for the offence or 24 months (whichever comes sooner) under any circumstances. I also believe that any days spent on remand in a psychiatric hospital or similar treatment facility should count towards time served and that any days spent on remand should be deducted from both the custodial and licence portions of any custodial sentence imposed should the court subsequently impose such a sentence.

Why is this idea important?

I believe that the following changes should be made to the Bail Act 1976: no person should be remanded into custody for a non-imprisonable offence under any circumstances, there should be a 28 day time restriction imposed on any remand into custody for breach of bail conditions, no defendant should be remanded into custody for a period exceeding the half maximum custodial sentence for the offence or 24 months (whichever comes sooner) under any circumstances. I also believe that any days spent on remand in a psychiatric hospital or similar treatment facility should count towards time served and that any days spent on remand should be deducted from both the custodial and licence portions of any custodial sentence imposed should the court subsequently impose such a sentence.

Abolish the Title and Role of Her Majesty The Queen as Defender of the Christian Faith.

 As a Christian living in a Christian State,I,am utterly appalled that the numerous Laws listed below,continue to be un-lawfully violated against my life,through-out,the past 33 years of my life ,by, publicly funded and regulated Public Authourities including;

(1) The National Health Service (NHS).

(2) Halton Borough Council.

(3) Cheshire County Court.

(4) Cheshire Constabulary.

(5) The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).

(6) The Proceeds of Crime invested JobCentre Plus (JCP).

(7) The Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman (PHSO).

All these Laws carry the signature an authourity of Her Majesty The Queen,these violated Laws are as follows;

THE  UNIVERSAL DECLARATION (1948), ARTICLE 25.  = Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the Health and Wellbeing of himself and his family,including, food, clothing, housing, medical care and necessary social services.

THE  EUROPEAN  COVENANT on ECONOMIC, SOCIAL and CULTURAL RIGHTS (1976), ARTICLE 12.   = The right to enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of Physical and Mental health.

THE NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE ACT (1977), CHAPTER 49.  Part 1. 1 a + b.  Services and Administration..     Part 1. 21 (1) b.  Prevention, Care and Aftercare..

THE  EUROPEAN SOCIAL CHARTER ( revised of  1996 )  =  Everyone has the right to benefit from any measures enabling him to enjoy the highest standard of Health attainable, and that anyone without adequate resources has the right to Social and Medical care.

THE DUTY RULE. 3 (A).  = A patient is owed a Legal duty of care by a health carer.  This Duty is a single , indivisible Duty.

THE THEFT ACT (1968) .  =  To supply False information for a Monetary advantage is illegal.

THE  EUROPEAN CONVENTION  ON  HUMAN  RIGHTS (1999).

First Protocol :  Right To Education.

Article 2 :  Right To Life.

Article 3 :  Inhumane Treatment.

Article 8 :  Right To Respect for Private and Family Life.

Article 9 :  Freedom of Thought, Conscience and Religion.

Article 10 : Freedom of Expression.

Article 13 : Right To An Effective Remedy.

Article 17 : Prohibition of Abuse of Rights.

 

THE  DATA  PROTECTION  ACT (1998). Section C, Schedule 3, 2.1.   =  Data Subjects have Access Rights to all records irrespective of when they were created.

ABUSE  OF  DISCRETIONARY  POWERS.  =  The exercise of a power for an Improper Purpose is invalid.  Improper purpose include Malice,or, Personal Dishonesty on the part of the Officials making the decision.

Why is this idea important?

 As a Christian living in a Christian State,I,am utterly appalled that the numerous Laws listed below,continue to be un-lawfully violated against my life,through-out,the past 33 years of my life ,by, publicly funded and regulated Public Authourities including;

(1) The National Health Service (NHS).

(2) Halton Borough Council.

(3) Cheshire County Court.

(4) Cheshire Constabulary.

(5) The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).

(6) The Proceeds of Crime invested JobCentre Plus (JCP).

(7) The Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman (PHSO).

All these Laws carry the signature an authourity of Her Majesty The Queen,these violated Laws are as follows;

THE  UNIVERSAL DECLARATION (1948), ARTICLE 25.  = Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the Health and Wellbeing of himself and his family,including, food, clothing, housing, medical care and necessary social services.

THE  EUROPEAN  COVENANT on ECONOMIC, SOCIAL and CULTURAL RIGHTS (1976), ARTICLE 12.   = The right to enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of Physical and Mental health.

THE NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE ACT (1977), CHAPTER 49.  Part 1. 1 a + b.  Services and Administration..     Part 1. 21 (1) b.  Prevention, Care and Aftercare..

THE  EUROPEAN SOCIAL CHARTER ( revised of  1996 )  =  Everyone has the right to benefit from any measures enabling him to enjoy the highest standard of Health attainable, and that anyone without adequate resources has the right to Social and Medical care.

THE DUTY RULE. 3 (A).  = A patient is owed a Legal duty of care by a health carer.  This Duty is a single , indivisible Duty.

THE THEFT ACT (1968) .  =  To supply False information for a Monetary advantage is illegal.

THE  EUROPEAN CONVENTION  ON  HUMAN  RIGHTS (1999).

First Protocol :  Right To Education.

Article 2 :  Right To Life.

Article 3 :  Inhumane Treatment.

Article 8 :  Right To Respect for Private and Family Life.

Article 9 :  Freedom of Thought, Conscience and Religion.

Article 10 : Freedom of Expression.

Article 13 : Right To An Effective Remedy.

Article 17 : Prohibition of Abuse of Rights.

 

THE  DATA  PROTECTION  ACT (1998). Section C, Schedule 3, 2.1.   =  Data Subjects have Access Rights to all records irrespective of when they were created.

ABUSE  OF  DISCRETIONARY  POWERS.  =  The exercise of a power for an Improper Purpose is invalid.  Improper purpose include Malice,or, Personal Dishonesty on the part of the Officials making the decision.