Exemption & Disclaimer

pen and inkExemption Notice:

Page revised 10 May 2020

Materials, articles and images used on this site are only for limited non-commercial research and private study, criticism or review, reporting current events and judicial proceedings etc.

Articles produced on this site are generally in excerpt format with a link to the original piece.

This is to ensure that recognition of the original author(s) is duly given, and /or to acknowledge content generally of any such third parties for complimentary and / or legal reasons.

We make no income from any form of content used, and the information contained on this site is for personal research and information purposes only.

We endeavour to ensure that this website does not knowingly infringe copyright law or abuse the intellectual or protected materials of third parties. A common legal defence to infringement is allowed under the fair use doctrine. (For more information, see Nolo’s article The ‘Fair Use’ Law: When Use of Copywrited Material is Acceptable).

The United Families & Friends Campaign is a non-profit organisation and supports other affected families throughout the United Kingdom where we can.

Disclaimer Notice:

The United Families & Friends Campaign has taken all reasonable measures to ensure that the contents of this website are accurate. It should nonetheless be noted that visitors who use this website and rely on any information contained within it, do so at their own risk.

The content within the site does not necessarily represent the views of The United Families & Friends Campaign unless stated, and we cannot always guarantee that the information accessible through this website is accurate, complete or up-to-date.

The United Families & Friends Campaign will not accept liability for any loss, damage or inconvenience arising as a consequence of use or the inability to use any information on this website.

We take no responsibility for the content of websites we supply links to (other than our own), nor should our links be taken as endorsement of any kind unless otherwise stated.

Code of Conduct:

Use of our online services (which include any member facilities, URL link submission facilities and our news blog articles/comments), are strictly governed by our code of conduct.

Users should not post articles/comments that have no relation to the subject matter of this website. We reserve the right to edit submitted articles/comments prior to publication on this website.

The posting of articles/comments that may be offensive to people on the grounds of ethnicity, disability, sex, religion or culture is not permitted under any circumstances.

Users should avoid uploading images (where such facility is provided) which are likely to cause offence.

Where users exchange views, we would ask that exchanges on topical issues are not hostile – disagree agreeably!

The United Families & Friends Campaign will not agree articles/comments for public display which are fundamentally contrary to our convictions and beliefs. We appose all forms of custodial abuse, neglect and deaths.

Always keep in mind that many of the people using such services may have lost loved ones, and users are requested to maintain respect and sensitivity at all times.

We reserve the right to block access of any users breaching this code.


Blog Enquiries & Updates:

Queries about the content of this site should, for the most part, be directed to the United Families & Friends Campaign.

Messages related to technical matters regarding this site will be dealt with by the 4WardEver UK Volunteer Team, and a response given if required or requested. enquiries@4wardever.org.uk