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Solicitor qualified 1981.Weightmans, Liverpool. College of Law Chester Senior Lecturer 1981-89, Litigation, Evidence, Employment and Consumer, Conveyancing and Landlord and Tenant. Law Society examiner in above topics, Senior Lecturer Sheffield Hallam University 1993- 2012. Equity and Trusts, Land and Evidence. Commissioned writer for New Law Journal, Solicitors Journal and Expert Witness Institute Publications on Forced Adoption, Child Protection, Care and Care Court System, Experts in Criminal and Care Courts, Charity Law and State Power. Blog 2014- on autistic daughter Mental and Disability Care, Mental Health Act, Mental Capacity Act , Power of State. Born and bred in Liverpool. Married, 2 daughters 15, 18, One autistic, abused by the state, and a huge present, and future cash cow. Email


My daughter’s second blog post on her love of music and her clarinet

My life as a young artist

Like art, music has always been essential to me. It releases me from life’s daily drudgery, and with it I can process certain experiences I have gone through in life better. When everything is so complicated, music just seems so simple.

However, ‘Simple’ was the operative word when I was little as I found music anything but. I would almost dread music lessons at school. The ability to play the recorder was deemed an important component of most school children’s mainstream musical upbringing. I didn’t fit the picture.

A distinct dislike of the squeaky tube which seemed to do so even more when I played it didn’t inspire me to master ‘Hot Cross Buns’. My young peers all kept up with the pace of learning written music and became familiar with the instrument. Meanwhile, I tried to get by covertly mimicking the ample fingering of my music teacher as she…

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Where it began and The Ruskin School of Art taster 2k16.

Here is my daughter’s new blog on her life as an artist and musician. She goes through a lot/hell with her sister and the dreadful situation at home and will be writing about her experiences and how she has survived through her Art and Music.

My life as a young artist

After turning 20 last month,and still feeling lost, Artwise and lifewise, I’ve thought to create an Art blog for self-motivation, publication and a means to vent. Perhaps with this method, I could help other young Artists also finding their feet in what they love by sharing my experiences.


A spiky profile scholastically, an introverted personality and a different attitude socially, propelled a need in me to find and express myself through Art. At the age of 5, I could barely count to 20. Nor, could I confidently recite half the alphabet! Yet, a single pencil and paper were all I needed to submerge myself in what I wanted to do, prompting praise and an acceptance of admission from the head of my private primary school. My simplistic landscape drawing compensated for the major deficiencies in my spelling and reading abilities she tested me on prior.

The Epiphany:

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There can be no justice for Thomas Rawnsley, nor for the million in ‘community living’

On 20th may 2019 Paula Thomas mother posted in Facebook;

So angry and frustrated today. There was supposed to be another pre inquest review in Sheffield tomorrow but its been adjourned. The reason its been adjourned is because nobody is interested in getting to the truth.
I remember the coroner telling me to be patient 4 years ago because the Thomas11inquest would be thorough.
Thats complete rubbish, because the longer it goes on the less thorough it gets. 4 years of fighting before Thomas died and over 4 years since.
Nobodys doing anything, not even the few i had a little hope in are interested!!
Thomas’ voice needs to be heard!!
He shouldn’t have been dismissed when he was alive and he shouldn’t be dismissed now!!
Its very fucking cruel!!’

This is what Thomas went through in his few years on this earth. Why ? Because he was born Downs and autistic. See Thomas blog posts.

We have now over a million Thomases with no voice, who as shown, will never have one.

As they are unaccountable, unseen Cashcows to venture capital.

Thomas’s residential placement at Kingdom House, Sheffield owned by the Campian Group, owned by UHS, who own Cygnet, is the only funded support for 16 + autistic and learning disabled through CCGs and the Health and Social Care Act 2012.

These are the monopoly providers of ‘care’ for life, enforced by court of protection and soon the executive under Liberty Safeguards

This is the future for all those labelled ‘autistic or learning disabled’ .

That is why harvesting is the media objective.

My own daughter, was to be taken to Campian’s Kingdom House, the very day Thomas died there, and we could do nothing.

Campaigners do nothing, except manipulate by false hope and suppress the truth.

All is one unstoppable cabal, yet so many laws-MHA, MCA, HRA are being broken.

And this is an illustration of leading ‘outside authority’ on a local level, orchestrated and allowed by government policy and laws.

The campaign to remove from ATUs, will merely place all ASD/LD at the mercy of those at this level, increase the abuse Thomas suffered- Increase Whorlton Hall.
But with the horror of that abuse, not aired on media.

No campaigns/exposure for those in ‘community living’ like Thomas, even when death results.

Care Tec has already made a bid for the Campian Group extended to August.

It will float for millions, and millions will be paid to the Campian Directors, who put in place and presided over Thomas’ abuse.

Thomas, and the other nameless million, including my daughter, has made millions for directors, lawyers, auditors, expert witnesses, care agencies, pharma, charities, courts.

Out of what ?

The abuse and suffering of our most vulnerable and their parents, our court systems and humanity.

Is there no greater evil ?

But evil that makes profit for all.

NHS ‘Blood and Guts’ for Global Venture Capital Profit ?

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As a child, when my grandmother would say, ‘They’d skin a flea for its hide and fat’, I didn’t know how right she was.

With an ever increasing free supply, in 2011 of 2 million units of blood red cells ( £125 a Unit),3,500 organs,4,000 tissue donors and 2,200 banked cord blood units, successive governments realised our ‘blood and guts’ could be worth a fortune on the global venture capital market .

So in 2008, a three year Strategic Plan created an Organ Donation Taskforce and a National Blood Service Strategy Review.

Then came Andrew Lanley’s NHS Blood and Transplant Commercial Review in 2011

NHS Blood and Transplant is a joint England and Wales Special Health Authority responsible for securing the safe supply of blood to the NHS in England and North Wales providing solid organs, tissues and haematopoietic stem cells to the NHS,and UK-wide responsibility for provision of organs from deceased donors for transplantation.
It also manages the NHS Organ Donor Register, the British Bone Marrow Registry and the NHS Cord Blood Bank

The Review concluded, ‘It is important that NHSBT operates as cost-effectively as possible, as this demonstrates good stewardship of public money and also, by reducing its costs, releases more money to be invested in patient care’.

Not surprisingly, it found,
‘Contracting out certain functions was the only one way of achieving greater cost-effectiveness’;

ie selling them off for profit, to allow any undisclosed buyer, forever control and profit from our freely given ‘blood and guts’ And the NHS has expense of buying the products back.

Other UK blood transfusion services were not included in the Review, but it was noted that there were opportunities for all the UK blood services to achieve efficiency savings through closer collaboration ( presumably with their for profit partners).

The Department of Health was recommended to lead on future work but the decision was left until after the Health and Social Care Bill 2010-11.

Which, largely gave away DOH powers, by placing all funds with NHS England through its local CCGs allowing them to sell off at will

NHSBT already outsourcers most of its support systems

In May 2011 when the NHSBT signed a contract for £150,000 per year to supply a company with 500 litres of surplus plasma, the Bureau of invetigative journalism were unable to obtain the name of the buyer, as NHSBT press officer was unable under their contract‘ but said the purchaser was based in the EU.

A Freedom of Information request was similarly dismissed on commercial confidentiality.

In July 2013 the government sold its 80% share in blood products company, Plasma Resources UK, which supplies the NHS with treatments for haemophilia and immune deficiencies to a US private equity firm Bain Capital for £230m

Former Health Minister Lord Owen said sensitive health assets should not be owned by a firm without shareholders and “answerability”

And Lord Owen, who sought to make the UK self-sufficient in blood supplies as Labour health minister in the 1970s, told BBC the sale was “extraordinary”.

“Remember this was bought by the Labour government in 2002, because of the danger to contamination of blood supplies by CJD – which most people think of as mad cow disease – and it was bought for the NHS and owned by the NHS.

“This is being sold to a private equity capital – this is not a public company with shareholders and public responsibilities and answerability.

Lord Owen, himself, an advisor to private equity firm – Terra Firma – said private,

equity had its uses but added: “What they basically do is fatten it up over a few years, invest in order to sell at very high substantial prices.”

He said that, while the government might make a profit, there were concerns about the level of corporate governance of a sensitive health asset. adding
“Is there no limit to how this government will privatise assets?”


Bain said it intended to change the firm into “a UK-based life sciences champion”.

So 3 years later, Bain sold its share- bought for 230 million, to Chinese company Creat, for £820m.

A lot of profit from our ‘blood and guts’

China’s plasma product supply companies are highly profitable businesses, as China is suffering a shortage of these products.

Creat’s press release said ‘Creat, a leading Chinese investment group, will invest £100 million in BPL to expand production capacity of lifesaving therapies, develop new products and access new markets.

Creat will support management’s ambition to transform BPL into ‘a global life-sciences champion’, serving more customers and patients in a greater number of markets around the world.

Creat being a long-term strategic investor with a track record of growing businesses

Dr Clive Peedell said ” Every sale of this kind increases the dangers the public are exposed to by privatisation. Health care is very big business globally.

But the NHS should not simply be a market competitor, looking for ways to maximise profit. It should be first and foremost a system which ensures that we all look after each other at our time of greatest need.

It is extremely worrying to see the NHS’ blood plasma supplies being written about only in the context of accessing more markets around the world, with no mention of the NHS, only to the Department of Health being a 20% shareholder.

The loss of blood plasma supplies will have dreadful consequences for patients, as will the potential increased risk of contamination. And I am warning that these are the real risks when lucrative global markets are the prime objective, not our own patient care in the NHS.”

Counting the cost of the CQC: Abuse, Whorlton Hall and CQC spin doctors

See in detail the cover up of Danshell abuse and Whorlton Hall exposure since 2015 by the CQC and their connections with gov and media.

Alexander's Excavations

By Dr Minh Alexander NHS whistleblower and former consultant psychiatrist 14 June 2019


Summary A dismal spectacle of self-preservation, sly deflection and scapegoating of subordinates unfolded when CQC directors, Paul Lelliott Deputy Chief Inspector and Ian Trenholm Chief Executive appeared in front of the Joint Human Rights Committee on 12 June 2019.

They had been hauled in to answer questions about CQC’s suppression of a 2015 inspection report. The report described wide ranging and serious care failings that effectively amounted to institutional abuse, serious risks and allegations of mistreatment at Whorlton Hall, where BBC Panorama recently exposed serious abuse by staff. 

Although the CQC refused to hand over crucial documents, the Committee had in its possession internal CQC correspondence with Barry Stanley-Wilkinson CQC whistleblower. This put Lelliott in the thick of things in 2016, just before a whitewash alternative CQC report was published June 2016. The correspondence also revealed…

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As this nonsense is rejected by 11 votes today

What does this sadly show about our only opposition- Labour?

Abbot, Mc Donald, Corbyn wanting no No Deal?

How can you go into any negotiations without any weapon, any threat ?

Clearly without the allowance of a no deal your opposition knows you are a walk over

Any thing you fight for has no teeth so you need not be taken seriously

And you start with the ultimate weakness of not being able to withdraw

Your back is ab intio against the wall, so you can’t negotiate

And this is what Labour want ?

And why their adherence since Blair of third way no politics have got us in this mess

Eine Schwache und Mann is abserviert

And in negotiations No Deal is not just a Schwacke but a sell out.ta2-1024x576 NO DEAL

#FoolOfLaw: Endless #ProceduralAbuses show Julian #Assange case was never about #Law!

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Endless procedural abuses show Julian Assange case was never about law | Jonathan Cook | Redress Information & Analysis5 June 2019

Julian Assange after leaving Ecuadorian embassy

It is astonishing how often one still hears well-informed, otherwise reasonable people say about Julian Assange: “But he ran away from Swedish rape charges by hiding in Ecuador’s embassy in London.”

That short sentence includes at least three factual errors. In fact, to repeat it, as so many people do, you would need to have been hiding under a rock for the past decade – or, amounting to much the same thing, been relying on the corporate media for your information about Assange, including from supposedly liberal outlets such as the Guardian and the BBC.

At the weekend, a Guardian editorial – the paper’s official voice and probably the segment most scrutinised by senior staff – made just such a false claim:

Then there is…

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