Family court articles


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Courts won't reveal rulings in adoption cases Niels55306 years 51 weeks
Fears over 'unjust adoption rise' Niels90506 years 49 weeks
Give us back our children Niels134216 years 20 weeks
Times wins ruling over secrecy of family court Niels48406 years 1 week
Innocent but presumed guilty - the first article Niels68905 years 30 weeks
Justice Ministry to bar parents from telling their own stories Niels31605 years 21 weeks
New family courts access could be a let-down Niels27505 years 14 weeks
Deciding if a Mother Is Fit Niels76605 years 9 weeks
R.I. groups appeal dismissal of lawsuit over abuse of children in foster care Niels63704 years 49 weeks
'Secret agenda to score adoptions' Niels69704 years 49 weeks
Big money to be made in the adoption trade Kerry90004 years 6 weeks
She defied the law to find her mother Kerry102503 years 49 weeks
Drive to speed up adoptions means children 'may be removed from parents too quickly' Kerry414045 weeks 2 days
This is Child Protection? Kerry71606 years 1 week
Jack Straw to lift secrecy over family courts Kerry59045 years 39 weeks
Local authority behaviour over adoption excoriated Kerry72505 years 37 weeks
Investigators: Grandparents passed over in favor of foster care Kerry99925 years 33 weeks
Are over-zealous social services acting on orders to meet adoption quotas? Kerry71405 years 31 weeks
Cash prize for council that hit adoption targets Kerry81905 years 31 weeks
Mother flees abroad with her son to escape social workers Kerry72105 years 31 weeks
Damages win for Tim and Gina Williams - falsely suspected of abusing their children Kerry81505 years 31 weeks
Family justice: the secret state that steals our children Kerry128205 years 30 weeks
Bias alleged in state foster care Kerry66525 years 27 weeks
Take more children into care, says Barnardo's chief Martin Narey Kerry4045115 years 12 weeks
Social workers who snatched four-day-old baby put her up for adoption over unproven abuse claim Kerry139512 years 35 weeks

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