David Wolfe QC provided Protecting Home Education Wales his legal opinion on The Children Act 2004 Education Database (Wales) Regulations 2020 (draft) and found that, if they become law, they would be in breach of the right to private and family life (Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights) and would be unlawful.Continue reading “Draft regulations breach human rights and are unlawful, confirms QC”
The consultation on the data sharing regulations ends on 22 April 2020; please remember to respond. In that regard, please also read the latest article by The HE Byte. Other news: We have written to the First Minister of Wales expressing our concerns on the irregularities of the Table Talks Workshops (see our previous post).Continue reading “Update on Welsh Consultation”
The HE Byte has issued a new article following the Table Talk workshop last Friday 6 March on the data sharing regulations. Please read and share.
Yesterday our fundraiser reached the target. Congratulations and many thanks to all the donors and the people who shared! We are very grateful indeed! There is still a lot to do to stop the draft regulations being enacted, so please contact your local Assembly Member to put pressure on the government. Other news: The firstContinue reading “We have reached the target!”
We have raised £1,054 so far, which is fantastic in such a short period of time! Many thanks to all donors. We only need £196! Please donate/share if and when you can. In the interest of transparency we are sharing the invoice we received from the QC yesterday. As soon as we have raised allContinue reading “Update on the campaign”