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Wednesday 31 August, 2016. Updated @ 10:30 a.m.


ADR - another failed experiment

A Wicked ‘Betrayal’

Britain’s Civil Justice System in a ‘State of Collapse’

Magna Carta greatest constitutional document of all time killed off

Victim and lobby groups vow to vociferously fight the English law establishment, which is letting capitalists, private businesses and public authorities deliberately
derail Woolf reforms of ADR.
Avoidance/prevention tactics ranging from many organisations refusing to enter into formal mediation, despite all local avenues exhausted, even more frightening firms improperly introducing no-win-no-fee style penalty % for people who lose the side of an argument in ADR. Government urged
to immediately stop what was to be a National flagship of an informal, efficient and amicable arrangement between parties to settle grievances into companies finding different ways to deny rights, swindle people and to boost a company’s profits.
  


Law Society and solicitor’s union comes under renewed scrutiny by people seeking retribution and examining if this establishment is now fit for purpose.



Quackery of Justice


   

NHS ‘Reconfigured’ Government needs to ‘ratchet up’ competition

Universal healthcare, namely that of free-at-the-point-of-need, revolutionary for its
time is largely now becoming outdated. Governments no longer being a purveyor of healthcare, instead it will need to use its bargaining power, such as driving up competition, towards creating a perfectly competitive market, or between an evenly matched monopoly and monopsony. Labour must assert more pressure







Nonetheless this is now leaving great gaps, for example, the disadvantaged, migrants and others from modest means. Again health insurance and private healthcare providers are struggling to survive. This crisis may mean in the first instance that Social Security Acts need radical reform to tackle means-tested care and healthcare programmes. The Labour party asserting more pressure in this area.
Longer-term signs point to Governments no longer being a purveyor
of healthcare, instead it will need to use its bargaining power, such as driving up competition, towards creating a perfectly competitive market, or between an evenly matched monopoly and monopsony.


The Care Quality Commission must do more to respect a Duty of Candour Law