Stop Positive Discrimination.

People should get a job on merit not Gender.
E.G:
In local a authority the job is always given to a woman if one of the final two is a woman.
As a result most jobs now seam to go to women especially top ones.
& then they then don't give jobs to men especially older experienced men,
because they see them as a potential threat.
Its not them or us just people should get a job on merit not Gender.

Why is this idea important?

People should get a job on merit not Gender.
E.G:
In local a authority the job is always given to a woman if one of the final two is a woman.
As a result most jobs now seam to go to women especially top ones.
& then they then don't give jobs to men especially older experienced men,
because they see them as a potential threat.
Its not them or us just people should get a job on merit not Gender.

No “gay cure” therapies on the NHS

An Investigation by the Independent earlier this year discovered that American style so called "gay cure therapies" are being paid for by our NHS.

The government should see to it that the LGBT community, in particular, vulnerable young people who are coming to terms with their own sexuality should not be taken advantage of by such scammers, and frauds.

 

Why is this idea important?

An Investigation by the Independent earlier this year discovered that American style so called "gay cure therapies" are being paid for by our NHS.

The government should see to it that the LGBT community, in particular, vulnerable young people who are coming to terms with their own sexuality should not be taken advantage of by such scammers, and frauds.

 

Repeal Positive Discrimination (Part 11, Chapter 2) – Equality Act 2010

Repeal the provisions made for employers to positively discriminate against people of a certain age, race, sex or religious belief. 

Why is this idea important?

Repeal the provisions made for employers to positively discriminate against people of a certain age, race, sex or religious belief. 

Reform of Family Law

A family legal system which fails to acknowledge fathers as having equal status with mothers fails to protect the best interests of children.

We need to "degender" the issue. There should be no presumption that one parent is better than the other. Sometimes the mother will be best, sometimes the father, hopefully both will be able to play an equal and meaningful roll.

We need to remove the notion that simply because one parent has been the child's prime carer that that parent is necessarily more able or more important than the other. The fact that that prime carer frequently prevents the other parent from having contacvt with the child or makes it as difficult as possible needs to be recognised and acknowledged. In such situations the courts allowing this situation to continue is often not acting in the child's best interest at all.

Legal costs are astronomical and this prevents many very willing fathers who wish to be involved with their children from having teh relationship which not only they but the child would like to enjoy.

Tens of thousands of pounds are spent by fathers (predominently) who do not have this kind of money because that is the level of importance they place on their children. 

You can't give anybody their childhood back, you can't give them back the time they have lost with their father growing up. We need to wake up and act NOW. Little wonder people resort to dressing up in super heroe costumes. I don't think that this neccesarily serves the cause well but my word, what else does one  do when nobody ever listens? This is an issue affecting thousands of very loving and capable fathers. PLEASE listen, please address these issues meaningfully. 

Why is this idea important?

A family legal system which fails to acknowledge fathers as having equal status with mothers fails to protect the best interests of children.

We need to "degender" the issue. There should be no presumption that one parent is better than the other. Sometimes the mother will be best, sometimes the father, hopefully both will be able to play an equal and meaningful roll.

We need to remove the notion that simply because one parent has been the child's prime carer that that parent is necessarily more able or more important than the other. The fact that that prime carer frequently prevents the other parent from having contacvt with the child or makes it as difficult as possible needs to be recognised and acknowledged. In such situations the courts allowing this situation to continue is often not acting in the child's best interest at all.

Legal costs are astronomical and this prevents many very willing fathers who wish to be involved with their children from having teh relationship which not only they but the child would like to enjoy.

Tens of thousands of pounds are spent by fathers (predominently) who do not have this kind of money because that is the level of importance they place on their children. 

You can't give anybody their childhood back, you can't give them back the time they have lost with their father growing up. We need to wake up and act NOW. Little wonder people resort to dressing up in super heroe costumes. I don't think that this neccesarily serves the cause well but my word, what else does one  do when nobody ever listens? This is an issue affecting thousands of very loving and capable fathers. PLEASE listen, please address these issues meaningfully. 

Race, Religion and Gender Legislation

I move to erase from the Statutory Book the Race Relations Act of 1976 and all other legislation regarding 'positive discrimination' and legislation that penalises people for expressing their personal views whatever controversial these views might be. Forms requiring people to specify their race, religion and gender should also be made illegal. People should only be considered in terms of their talents and virtues.

Why is this idea important?

I move to erase from the Statutory Book the Race Relations Act of 1976 and all other legislation regarding 'positive discrimination' and legislation that penalises people for expressing their personal views whatever controversial these views might be. Forms requiring people to specify their race, religion and gender should also be made illegal. People should only be considered in terms of their talents and virtues.