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CARE PROCEEDINGS: Re G (Care Orders) [2010] EWCA Civ 1271

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(Court of Appeal; Carnwath, Toulson and Black LJJ; 10 November 2010)

The children had suffered emotional harm and were at risk of physical harm by the parents. The Recorder was critical of expert evidence given by psychologist and rejected it, expressing a concern about her influence over the social worker and the guardian.  

The Recorder had been entitled to find that there was insufficient information to make a placement order, but had not taken into account the practical difficulties of making full care orders without placement orders. Interim care orders were substituted and the placement applications adjourned.

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