European Court of Justice rules that Spain is unjust towards men Women-only pension supplement breached EU equal treatment rules Spanish social security has a rule that people who have a permanent incapacity while caring for children are eligible for a 5% supplementary payment. By ‘people’ they mean women. Only women. A man known only as WA, Read more…
Victims and the public are able to challenge ‘unduly lenient’ prison sentences. Fourteen new offences have been added to the scheme allowing them to do so.
The Unduly Lenient Sentence scheme gives anyone the power to ask the Attorney General to consider referring a sentence to the Court of Appeal for reconsideration – where it could then be potentially increased if deemed unduly lenient.
From 17 November 2019, criminals convicted of stalking, harassment, child sexual abuse and other sex offences could see their sentences increased if victims or the public think their punishment is too lenient.
It’s a subject many men don’t feel they have a say in. It’s a subject that many people openly say that men don’t belong in.
Yet it remains a strong manifesto item of the only political party in the English-speaking world to specifically stand up for men and boys.
Unless a man has a say, we can’t be surprised that he doesn’t want much to do with the whole risky family idea.
In committee, there was a shocking level of bias shown against male victims (or perhaps for female perpetrators).
A man accused of rape might be convicted if their alleged victim stated “sure” to sex but later altered their mind but did not announce it.
Lord Farmer, on the evening of the 21st October 2019, stood in the House of Lords and gave a profound speech, during a debate on the recent Queen’s Speech. His words need to be echoed around the country. Free speech and “safe spaces” Currently, university campuses throughout the United Kingdom are being taken over by Read more…