A new report published today, which explores the challenges faced by children’s services, calls for the inspection process to be modernised and offers a vision for what a future sustainable model of care should be.
In Re W (Children) 2015, the Court of Appeal had to deal with an appeal arising from a refusal to grant a parent leave to oppose the making of an adoption order. [I know that like Rizzle Kicks you are saying “Let’s snip to the good bit” – have...
The Court of Appeal in Re H (a child) 2015 considered the decision from a circuit Judge, Her Honour Judge Wright, to make a Special Guardianship Order to a woman who knew the mother through church as opposed to placing the child with the father. ...
The NSPCC and production company Rare Day have begun work on a campaign to make the public aware they can report signs of child abuse. Producer Kat Amara-Korba hopes to find adult survivors of child neglect, both emotional and physical, who feel...
The Law Society has published updated guidance for solicitors who publicise their services using 'headline' prices, which represent the charge for a given service, including in quotes, adverts, online services and client care information.
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