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About JohnAllman.UK

"Let every child have both parents" candidate for North Cornwall constituency at the British general election on 7th May 2015. Freelance professional McKenzie friend and paralegal.

What about Liam’s dad?

The Learning Summary from the Significant Case Review of murdered toddler Liam Fee, uses the word “mother” twenty times.  It does not even use the word “father” once.  I couldn’t bear to read it, once I realised that.  I really don’t think that any of them wanted to learn anything.

I have waited patiently for this report.  As soon as I read about the murder trial last year, I began to suspect that Liam would be alive today, if only the officials had helped his dad to keep a protective, fatherly eye on him, when his mum went off the rails like that.  Would they realise this?  Or was this going to be like an elephant in the room that nobody wanted to mention?  Well, now we know.

Liam’s dad, I don’t even know your name.  I am so sorry for your loss, which the media seem to be ignoring.  I am crying as I write this.  I’d love it if you got in touch with me.  I am praying for you.   Please don’t go to pieces.   Seek God.   God bless you.

Jesus is looking after Liam’s soul for you.  He wants you to want to spent eternity with Him, and with your son, who will rise again when Jesus returns.  He’s paid for your stay already.  Your sins weren’t cheap, but He paid them all off, when he was nailed to a cross.  Have that faith.

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Defeat speech

There is a long and noble tradition, in mature liberal democracies like our British one, of people putting up patiently with bitter but polite speeches made by defeated would-be elected politicians, for whom too few had voted.  Speeches, that is, putting these election losers’ spins on events, typically explaining how their defeats, and their conquerors’ electoral victories over them, might only have been merely “Pyrrhic”, after all.  (You know – the Tories won the election, but Labour were the “real” winners, or vice versa – that sort of daft rhetoric.) Continue reading

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Gagged Dad (A v Cornwall) – judgment and appeal

On and off, Gagged Dad and I have blogged on this website about his court case against Cornwall Council, and the facts behind it, for almost four years now. Judgment was at last handed down on 28th April 2017.

The leader of the CPA had asked me to stand for Parliament for the CPA in North Cornwall on 24th April 2017.  On 25th Aptil 2017, I received the confidential draft of the judgment that his lordship indicated he was intending to hand down.

The blog posts that tell Gagged Dad’s story-so-far, are all together in one place now.  The title of the earliest of those posts in the entire series, which first broke the news story, before it turned into a court case, and which told it simply, and (the High Court has confirmed) truthfully, as near as dammit, was

Two year-old’s contact stopped with ‘homophobic’ dad

So, it wasn’t a made-up story after all.  That headline truthfully relates more-or-less exactly what the judge found had really happened!  So far, so good.

Please judge for yourself whether the courts have delivered justice, when you have read more.

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How I came to be the Christian Peoples Alliance candidate for North Cornwall

Click the emblem to access the CPA's entry on the Electoral Commission website

I am the Christian Peoples Alliance (CPA) candidate in the North Cornwall parliamentary constituency, in the British general election on 8th June 2017.

I live in Launceston.

The CPA is fighting 31 seats nationwide at this election.

Here is the CPA’s  website.  And here is the CPA’s manifesto.

Please follow this blog during the election period, to receive a free, no-obligation email every time news about my election campaign is posted here.

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Why am I standing?

At first I was dismayed at the tedious news that Mrs May wanted to put us through another general election, so soon, and that Jeremy Corbyn was minded to co-operate with her to make that possible.

Soon after the news broke, though, I visited the present leader of the CPA, Sidney Cordle (MBE), at his home, offering my services to help with the CPA’s campaign generally.  Sidney turned down my offer to help in that way.  Instead, he pressed me to stand again as a candidate here in North Cornwall, but this time as a CPA candidate.

I satisfied myself that the CPA was still pro-family.  So the CPA will support the Restore The Family policy that is dear to my heart.  I also found that I agreed with the CPA’s other policies.  That shouldn’t be surprising, because they are derived from the same Christian values that I hold.

So, here I am.

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# Oranges and limes

The bells of York Minster sound out for Easter

“Oranges and limes!”, began one of the chimes,
“Ee, it’s good to be back, though m’ rope’s a bit slack.”

“What I want to know,” said the bell that sounds So,
“We was laid off, but what were t’ reason for that?”

“I don’t rightly know”, said the great bell of Do.

(False ending – i.e. slight pause, during which people who think the song has already finished may start to applaud, only to be interrupted by the the start of the next verse.)

“I’ve news about that”, said the bell tuned Bb.
“News?  Pray announce!”, clanged several at once.

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There’s a hole in my #Brexit, dear Jean-Claude, dear Jean-Claude (or #Catch50)

The UK trying to leaving the EU may turn out to be like Captain Yossarian trying to leave the air force, in Catch-22.  I have written a song about this, entitled, “There’s a hole in my Brexit.”  Here are the lyrics.



There’s a hole in my Brexit

The people have voted, dear Jean-Claude, dear Jean-Claude.  The people have voted, dear Jean-Claude.  They’ve voted.

For what have they voted, dear Theresa, dear Theresa?  For what have they voted, dear Theresa.  For what?


They’ve voted for Brexit, dear Jean-Claude, dear Jean-Claude.  For Brexit, dear Jean-Claude, dear Jean Claude.  For Brexit.

But what means this “Brexit”, dear Theresa, dear Theresa?  But what means this “Brexit”, dear Theresa?  What’s “Brexit”?


Why, Brexit means Brexit, dear Jean-Claude, dear Jean-Claude.  Brexit means Brexit, dear Jean-Claude.  Br-exit.

Then do it, dear Theresa, dear Theresa, dear Theresa.  Then do it, dear Theresa, dear Theresa.  Just do it.

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The UK still has important work to do inside the EU

I voted Leave in the Brexit referendum.  However, even as I voted Leave, I knew that I wanted the UK to remain in the EU temporarily after a victory for the Leave campaign.

I want the UK to remain in the UK until the work is done, in order to lead a campaign within the EU, for the reform of the procedure for a member state to leave the EU, to make it safe for the UK and any other member state to leave the EU.

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