NAMED PERSON

 NAMED PEDO FKN NONCE CHILD SNATCH SCAM THE MAGGOT D!CK DEMONS LIKE EM
WHEN THEY ARE BABIES…The trouble the so called health visitor gave my
daughter was surreal but wtf they are doning to this baby and father
makes it so much clearer how the fck these demon fcks operate

My daughters health visitor could nae keep her manky hands off my daughter

 

 

 

 

Sturgeon’s flagship ‘Named Person’ scheme savaged by dad kept from sick baby

A PILOT scheme for Nicola Sturgeon’s heralded ‘named
persons’ scheme repeatedly broke the law, keeping a father from his
newborn and even allowing her named to be changed without his
permission.

PUBLISHED:
09:13, Wed, Aug 17, 2016

| UPDATED: 10:15, Wed, Aug 17, 2016

Nicola Sturgeon is being called upon to launch a Named Person inquiry into Highland Council DAVID FOREMAN / GETTY

Nicola Sturgeon is being called upon to launch a Named Person inquiry into Highland Council

David Foreman was alarmed to discover his desperately ill four-month-old baby had been airlifted to hospital for life-saving treatment and the information had been deliberately kept from him.

Mr
Foreman, 53, slammed the man responsible for Nicola Sturgeon’s Named
Person’s policy and demanded Highland Council is subject to an inquiry
over its unlawful handling of his case.
And he’s
personally calling on the First Minister to launch an inquiry into the
behaviour of a council chief who helped spearhead the failed policy.
Highland
Council has been operating a pilot version of the controversial
legislation since 2010 but the Supreme Court has blocked its national
roll out.
David Foreman from Dorset, who lives in Wick, has been pleading with Director of Health and Social Care Bill Alexander for access to information and case notes on his daughter’s well being for weeks.
He
has since discovered through a subject data access request that his
four-month-old daughter has been airlifted to hospital and had her name
changed on case notes, which is in breach of the law. 
Mr Foreman says he's been treated like a criminal for having an interest in his child's lifeDAVID FOREMAN

Mr Foreman says he’s been treated like a criminal for having an interest in his child’s life

The UK Supreme Court ruled the Scottish Government’s policy breached Human Rights laws last month.
But
Mr Alexander, who has been receiving millions taxpayer’s money to pilot
the policy for six years and earns at least £107,568-a-year, has not
only refused to help but has admitted there is too many managers after
the child was given five different Named Persons in just four months.
The
shocking situation illustrates the reckless nature in which the policy
was tested in Scotland before it was meant to be rolled-out at the end
of August across the country, says Mr Foreman.
And
Mr Alexander’s staff have admitted in writing to the worried father
that the council has allowed his child’s name to be changed in
contravention to the law.
The
Council and NHS Highland who are supposed to be working in tandem have
refused to give Mr Foreman access to vital information on his sick baby
who was airlifted to 250 miles to hospital without his knowledge.
The first minister is being called to investigate Highland Council GOOGLE

The first minister is being called to investigate Highland Council

Mr
Foreman, a former finance director, has been desperately trying to get
access to information on his baby daughter who was born with very
serious illness just four months ago.
He
is no longer in a relationship with the child’s mother and asked the
council to help him get access to her medical records when he was
refused help from the health board.
But instead he’s been refused his basic rights despite his name being on the birth certificate.
He had to go to the extent of requesting his daughter’s notes under Freedom of Information laws.
He
only found out about her condition when he spoke with a consultant at
Edinburgh Royal Infirmary by telephone who was legally bound to provide
information. 
Nicola Sturgeon and John Swinney are determined to roll out Named Person GETTY

Nicola Sturgeon and John Swinney are determined to roll out Named Person

Mr Foreman said: “I’ve been treated like a criminal for having the best interests of my child at heart.
“My daughter is very sick and has had numerous visits to hospital and has been airlifted without my knowledge.
“I
love my daughter, all I am trying to do is find out about her
wellbeing, she is a very sick child and to be banned from getting basic
information is destroying me.
“The council has confirmed they have allowed her name to be changed irrespective of the law.
Bill Alexander is paid £107,568-a-year from the taxpayerTwitter

Bill Alexander is paid £107,568-a-year from the taxpayer

Nicola Sturgeon should be ashamed and Mr Alexander should be considering his position.
David Foreman
“When I contacted Bill Alexander I was fobbed off.
“It is time Nicola Sturgeon intervened and sorted out the mess that this policy has created.
“I am personally calling on the First Minister to act.
“There
are numerous laws being broken, I have been subjected to horrendous
treatment and yet the Council’s response is a basic dereliction of duty.
“My
baby daughter is just four months old and yet I have had five separate
people involved in her case and there is not one individual tasked with
her welfare that has been able to help me. “
Indeed Mr Foreman – who is now considering legal action – has repeatedly received conflicting information.
As
a last resort he contacted the council’s Named Person chief on August 2
and was told by Mr Alexander: “There are enough people involved just
now I suggest, without adding another manager like myself.”
However
since then his daughter has undergone an operation in hospital and has
had her name on all of her medical records and her social work records
changed without his permission.
In Scotland, a child’s
name can only be changed when all those with parental responsibility
have consented, or a Court Order has been obtained to allow the change. 
A
court order is currently not in place with regards to Mr Foreman’s
child nor has he been contacted by anyone to receive permission.
Instead
when he demanded to know what happened he received the following
response: “Parents are entitled to call their child whatever they wish.”
Social work resources have failed to provide a Named PersonGETTY

Social work resources have failed to provide a Named Person

Mr
Foreman is now planning to take the case to court in order that he can
facilitate access to the child’s records – something he’s entitled to by
law.
He added: “Named Person was designed by the
Government to ensure that when things are not going well for children,
something is done about it.
“But in this instance I
have been passed from pillar to post, have not been able to get access
to basic information and I subsequently discovered my child is no longer
called what her name is on her birth certificate.
“There is no such thing as a Named Person, only a state run body that is making the rules up as they go along. 
“Something has to be done so that other parents do not find themselves in the same situation as me.
“Nicola Sturgeon should be ashamed and Mr Alexander should be considering his position.”
Highland Council has not responded to requests for comment.
NHS
Highland said: “Unfortunately, In the interests of patient
confidentiality, we are unable to comment on the details of this
situation.”

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