This was brought to My attention a couple of days back from a Friend of Mine by the name of Vic Beck. He found in a case titled ‘SHEFFIELD AND HORSHAM v. THE UNITED KINGDOM‘ some info You may find interesting to say the least.
This Information You may find confusing at first, but soon realize that it is important to know for further usages of Your Birth Certificate. Below is a excerpt of the Info shown to Me from Vic Beck
C. Birth certificates
28. Registration of births is governed by the Births and Deaths Registration Act 1953 (â€šÃ„Ãºthe 1953 Actâ€šÃ„Ã¹). Section 1(1) of that Act requires that the birth of every child be registered by the Registrar of Births and Deaths for the area in which the child is born. An entry is regarded as a record of the facts at the time of birth . A birth certificate accordingly constitutes a document revealing not current identity but historical facts .
29. The sex of the child must be entered on the birth certificate. The criteria for determining the sex of a child at birth are not defined in the Act. The practice of the Registrar is to use exclusively the biological criteria (chromosomal, gonadal and genital) as laid down by Mr Justice Ormrod in the above-mentioned case of Corbett v. Corbett.
30. The 1953 Act provides for the correction by the Registrar of clerical errors or factual errors. The official position is that an amendment may only be made if the error occurred when the birth was registered. The fact that it may become evident later in a personâ€šÃ„Ã´s life that his or her â€šÃ„Ãºpsychologicalâ€šÃ„Ã¹ sex is in conflict with the biological criteria is not considered to imply that the initial entry at birth was a factual error. Only in cases where the apparent and genital sex of a child was wrongly identified or where the biological criteria were not congruent can a change in the initial entry be made. It is necessary for that purpose to adduce medical evidence that the initial entry was incorrect. No error is accepted to exist in the birth entry of a person who undergoes medical and surgical treatment to enable that person to assume the role of the opposite sex.
31. The Government point out that the use of a birth certificate for identification purposes is discouraged by the Registrar General, and for a number of years birth certificates have contained a warning that they are not evidence of the identity of the person presenting it. However, it is a matter for individuals whether to follow this recommendation.
To My under standing of what I used My Birth Certificate for in the past, the above Info tells Me Now, that every moment I Chose to use My Birth Certificate for ID, not knowing it was “not evidence of the identity of the person presenting it” meant I was not presenting valid ID, and not Being presented this warning means I was using it ignorantly as well. Thus brings Me to the point of the government has with held fairly important Info from the public for some time now. In My eye’s this is a form of fraud on the governments part.
What You Choose to Do with the Info I have provided is up to You. Now that You have been Informed of this, You can act with Knowledge that may help You in actions deemed fit for this Information.
Below is a link to the info of the case noted above. Just to show proof of the Info I have provided above 🙂
It seems as though the link to the Info has been removed, hmmmm… draw Your Own conclusions.