I know that some of my commenters have been interested in this in the past, and in particular the curious half-way house that the UK finds itself in with the UN Convention. We recognise it in our law, but don’t consider ourselves to be bound by...
The judge gave guidance on the procedure for urgent collection orders in a case where a young girl had to wait over 7 hours at a police station while the local authority made arrangements for placement and transportation.
The four year-old child of an American mother and Moroccan father is ‘habitually resident’ in the UK, the High Court has concluded. In London Borough of Hackney v JC and Others, the child in question is now four.
In a report published Tuesday, 24 March 2015, the Joint Committee on Human Rights welcomes the progress made by the Government in recognising children’s rights in law and policy but says that more still needs to be done.
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