The most crucial aspect of any campaign is information,
and equally important is getting that information to the right people!
Her Majesty the Queen has great empathy with our cause
and the plight of children displaced by separation throughout
the Commonwealth and beyond! So we need to keep Her Majesty
updated on this so she an 'advise our future Prime minister, as well as Kevin Rudd in Australia, Stephen Harper in Canada as well as the administrations in New Zealand and south Africa!Even President of new hope Obama seemed to have a much higher regard for our Monarch then anyone perpetrating as our Premier.
This can only be won on a global scale!
Politicians whether they are M.Ps or Representatives need to be deluged with letters and e-mails on our theme, and here in the UK we have his;http://www.writetothem.com/ which enables us to write to our M.P.,councillors the Lords and London Assembly members (I have the Mayors direct line too if you want it!)
Whilst the Lords rarely reply to us minions they should be made aware that when Lord Justice Ward complains about the failings in Family Law Courts it is in fact he and his cronies that should be putting it RIGHT!!
Jon Gaunt started a new Internet radio station at Sun-Talk in April 2009 following his sudden departure from Talksport, and whilst I am not privacy to his 'Nazi councellor'comments I have found him to be forthright and honest in his view if a little anti PC probably like most other people in the UK (and Southern Spain and Tenarife) and as accessible around the world. I find Nick Ferrari and James Whale to be of the same ilk though I do question is college Kelvin McKenzie who appears to have started a one man Harriet Harman fan club.
Camilla Cavendish won the Paul Foot award for her excellent Family Law campaign in The Times then promptly vanished for maternity leave(we wish her well) and I understand Cassandra Jardine has done similar things at The Telegraph as has Melonie Phillips at the Mail and Spectator,all of whom should be on side.Gloria Hunniford has done a lot to raise the grandparents campaign in this Country where I believe we will see the first signs of reform in family law generally.I really wish Joanna Lumley would comment on this preferably in Jack Straws ear so it was put higher up the political and media agenda as was the Gurkha's we also need to highlight the fact that at the BBC (State Propaganda machine) all things family law are a taboo as the Question Time as my video library proves showing Harman telling Dimbleby to shut Ian Duncan-Smith up when he raises the issue of family breakdown yet were content to allow Nick Griffin to have his say on the show some weeks later just to be seen to be PC and 'impartial!'