Men make lousy mums ...

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... but, then again, women make lousy dads.


Restore The Family, For Children’s Sake

A new, “ultra-lite” political party, which will be registered in time to nominate candidates in elections to the Westminster and Scottish Parliaments, to the Welsh Assembly, and to councils,

throughout England, Wales and Scotland, in time for the general election and council elections of 7th May 2015.  Restore The Family For Children’s Sake is seeking candidates now.


25th March 2015

Party Manifesto


The party’s only policy is to agree with the 1959 Declaration on the Rights of the Child, Principle 6, which declared:


“The child, for the full and harmonious development of his personality, needs love and understanding.  He shall, wherever possible, grow up in the care and under the responsibility of his parents, and, in any case, in an atmosphere of affection and of moral and material security ...”


Both parents.  Every child. Wherever possible.


The United Kingdom is not only failing to secure the Principle 6 right of every child to both parents “wherever possible”.  It is actively undermining that right.  Social workers and the family courts have denied many a child the right to a relationship with mum, or dad, or both.  Even when it would be perfectly “possible” for them to leave well alone.  In the process, many a child is losing contact not just with mum or dad, or with mum and dad, but with grandparents, brothers, sisters, uncles, aunts, nephews, nieces, and cousins.  The main reason you hear so little about this abuse of children on the news, is that these decisions are taken behind closed doors.  Parents, several a week, are being jailed, just for complaining about such injustices.





If you would like to be a party candidate at the UK general election on 7th May 2015, or at any of the council elections also taking place that day, then please write to the party at info@RestoreTheFamily.UK.


Once nominated, party candidates become the bosses of their own election campaigns, including their own interpretations and applications of Principle 6.


A party candidate is entitled to have the party logo printed by his name on the ballot papers, plus one of the ten different descriptions that are registered to the party with the Electoral Commission.  (This is surely more helpful to voters than appearing on the ballot papers merely as an “independent” candidate.)


Enquiries are welcome from non-parents, mothers, fathers, and grandparents; from equity feminists, anti-feminists, men’s rights activists, and down-the-middle gender egalitarians; from people of faith and of no faith; from moderates and militants, and from highly political and usually a-political people alike.  As long as you believe that a child is entitled to be brought up by “Both parents, every child, wherever possible”, and wish to make a stand for that principle, you’re eligible to apply.