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Cambridge paedophile doctor Myles Bradbury investigation: four police served misconduct notices

Cambridge paedophile doctor Myles Bradbury investigation: four police served misconduct notices

Four police officers have been served gross misconduct notices in an inquiry into failings to alert Cambridgeshire over paedophile Cambridge doctor Myles Bradbury.

Bradbury, who worked at Addenbrooke’s Hospital treating children suffering from cancer, was jailed for 22 years for sexual assaults on child patients.

The notices were served on the four officers who worked for the police’s national Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) as part of an Independent Police Complaints Commission investigation.

CEOP was criticised because it had been given information about Bradbury by Canadian police in Toronto in July 2012, but the information was not passed on for 16 months, as the News reported.

The information was shared when the National Crime Agency took over CEOP in November 2013. Bradbury 41, of Herringswell in Suffolk, was arrested a month later.

He carried out his offences while working at Addenbrooke’s between 2009 and 2013.

There were 18 victims of sexual abuse and he was also found with 16,000 indecent images of children.

FDA approval of female libido pill could cause women to suffer “epidemic of adverse effects”

FDA approval of female libido pill could cause women to suffer “epidemic of adverse effects”

(NaturalNews) On August 18, the FDA approved a drug for the controversial condition of female hypoactive sexual desire disorder. The drug, flibanserin (to be marketed as Addyi), had previously been rejected twice by the agency due to low effectiveness combined with a high risk of serious side effects.

The agency’s turnaround was not based on the emergence of any new evidence to exonerate the drug. Instead, it was the result of a heavy lobbying campaign by drug maker Sprout Pharmaceuticals. By caving to lobbying pressure, experts have warned, the FDA has set a dangerous precedent.

More immediately, the approval of a drug being marketed as a “female Viagra” is likely to produce an “epidemic” of serious side effects in women who falsely believe the drug maker’s hype.

Read more  http://www.naturalnews.com/051048_female_viagra_side_effects_FDA.html

NO!  Whooping cough: Pregnant women urged to have jab

NO! Whooping cough: Pregnant women urged to have jab

Pregnant women should ensure they have the whooping cough jab to protect their babies, Public Health England is urging.

Cases of whooping cough, which can be deadly, were higher in the first six months of 2015 than in the same period last year.

Yet figures show only half of women are being immunised.

Newborns are highly susceptible to the infection until they start vaccination at two months old.

The vaccine for pregnant women was introduced three years ago in the midst of an outbreak of whooping cough.

The idea is that the mother produces protective antibodies in response to the vaccine, which are then passed on to the child until they themselves are vaccinated.

Public Health England (PHE) said vaccination reduced the risk of a newborn developing whooping cough by 91%.

It said 56.4% of pregnant women were vaccinated in 2014-15. In that time there were seven baby deaths from whooping cough.

Read more http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-34140989

Emergency police cars given to civilian staff

Emergency police cars given to civilian staff

Seven police forces in England have given company cars with blue lights and sirens to civilian staff not trained to use them, the BBC has learned.

Finance, HR and IT directors were among nine senior staff given vehicles.

One tax expert said the recipients could save thousands of pounds each year as emergency vehicles are treated differently by HM Revenue and Customs.

The forces said the vehicles were part of their wider fleet, and denied they were provided for tax reasons.

BBC News sent Freedom of Information requests to all 45 UK forces, asking them if they had provided civilian staff with cars fitted with emergency response equipment, and received responses from all.

‘Not qualified’

The seven forces which said they had were Devon and Cornwall, Merseyside, Humberside, South Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, Avon and Somerset, and Greater Manchester Police.

Read more http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-34142499

AREA 51: ‘I see aliens and was abducted at top-secret US military base’

AREA 51: ‘I see aliens and was abducted at top-secret US military base’

Mike Oram who has penned the kids’ books The Strange World of Jimmy Hayes and The Zen of Ben claims he and wife Fran Oram were “taken” when they visited the mysterious US military top secret base Area 51 in Nevada.

Mr Oram told a conference to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Warminster mass UFO sightings he was a so-called alien contactee.

In 1965 the Wiltshire country town made global headlines and became a destination for UFO hunters following a huge amount of sightings of flying saucers, lights and eerie noises that “stopped cars” and “killed birds”.

Mr Oram, a speaker at the commemorative event, said: “I have had contact since I was a child and it still goes on.”

The Cockney claims to have a “space brother” an alien who watches over him like the so-called “spirit guides” which psychic mediums claim to contact.

He said he and his wife once saw an enormous “UFO mothership” on the border of Essex and London.

But the musician and landscape gardener claimed the most terrifying experience they suffered was after visiting the outskirts of Area 51 in the Nevada Desert during 2004.

Read more http://www.express.co.uk/news/science/602894/WARMINSTER-UFO-I-see-aliens-and-was-abducted-at-Area-51

Judge removes child from disabled mother over costs of care

Judge removes child from disabled mother over costs of care

The family court judge ruled that the child must be taken from the care of his disabled mother claiming her disability made it impossible for her to meet her disabled son’s needs by herself, and the level of local authority support she would need would be too extensive.

Judge Antony Hughes dismissed a suggestion of “social engineering”.

Detail of the case emerged in a ruling by the judge following a private family court hearing in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire.

The judge, who said the boy could not be identified, said Buckinghamshire County Council wanted to take the youngster into care.

He ruled in the local authority’s favour, approved a care plan and said the boy needed a “permanent substitute family”.

Read more http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/law-and-order/11842893/Judge-removes-child-from-disabled-mother-over-costs-of-care.html