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Kisses and cuddles not enough…

The BBC recently reported that two children were to be adopted 'as kisses and cuddles [were] not enough'. The use of a direct quotation and the inclusion of the judge's name in the headline and article, enabled us to locate the judgment in the case that the BBC were...

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Cafcass, parental alienation and the law

This front page headline in The Guardian grabbed attention on 17 November 2017 : ‘Divorcing parents could lose children if they try to turn them against partner. Measures being trialled to prevent “parental alienation” feature penalties including permanent loss of...

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Family Court Reporting Watch Roundup

Correcting, clarifying or commenting on media reports of family court cases Explaining or commenting on published judgments of family court cases Highlighting other transparency news MEDIA (MIS)REPORTS OF FAMILY COURT CASES The Daily Mail/Mail Online, the Sun and...

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Crisis in Our Courts – and How to Solve it

That was the name of a seminar organised by the Society of Editors and hosted at the offices of the Telegraph Group in London, on 18 January 2018. But the crisis of the title seemed to have more to do with the state of local journalism and the decline of the local...

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Family Court Reporting Watch Roundup

Correcting, clarifying or commenting on media reports of family court cases Explaining or commenting on published judgments of family court cases Highlighting other transparency news MEDIA (MIS)REPORTS OF FAMILY COURT CASES The Daily Mail/Mail Online, the Sun and...

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Re Nichol: an unsent text message as a valid will

UPDATE 18 October - I've added a footnote to discuss some points which have been raised in Twitter conversations following my original post. On 11 October 2017, this headline appeared on the BBC news website.  The story naturally aroused a lot of interest and...

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Monday, January 22nd, 2018 at 9:57pm
@JerryLonsdale1 thanks Jerry. I think we’ve been looking out for this one, which has probably been reported in the press, but we couldn’t find the judgment!