What price the 350 page limit?

Local Authority A v N and others 2015.

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More money than cents

Re C (Older Children:Relocation) 2015.

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‘Form E-gate’—putting it in perspective

‘Deeply regrettable’. Those were the words the Rt Hon Michael Gove, Justice Secretary, used to describe the error on a version of the Ministry of Justice’s (MoJ) online Form E.

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I have a warrant for your arrest… oh, no I don’t.

Al-Baker v Al-Baker 2015.

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The ISIS flag is apparently not a red flag

Re X (Children) (No3) 2015.

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But Belgium says no thanks

Re NA (dismissal of application under Hague Convention) 2015.

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Wrongful removal—resolving issues of jurisdiction

The jurisdiction of an English court to order a wrongfully removed child to be returned to his country of habitual residence is examined by Michael Gration, barrister at 4 Paper Buildings, and Anne-Marie Hutchinson, partner at Dawson Cornwell, in light of the Supreme Court’s recent judgment in Re J (A Child) (1996 Hague Convention).

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Not bias but a right old mess

The Court of Appeal judgment in Re H (A Child) [2015] EWCA Civ 1284.

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Guidance on foreign surrogacy

Re Z (Foreign Surrogacy:Allocation of work: Guidance on parental order reports) 2015.

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The inexplicable nightmare (inexplicably) explained

Blackburn with Darwen BC v P (Flight to Latvia).

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The Latvian case – the judgment is up

This is a follow-up from Monday’s piece, about the latest Christopher Booker outrage.

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When can judges change their minds?

Re K-L (Children) (Fact-finding hearing: subsequent judgment reversing earlier findings) [2015] EWCA Civ 992, [2015] All ER (D) 264 (Oct).

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A life that sparkles

This is a discussion about the decision in King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust v C  2015.

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