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Vol 5, No 4, 1993



Significant harm revisited by Jane Fortin 151

The Children Act 1989 and the unmarried father by I Butler, G Douglas, N V Lowe, L Noaks and A Pithouse 157

Restraining children: the Aycliffe experience and beyond by Allan Levy QC 160

The Report of the Inquiry into Police Investigation of Complaints of Child Sexual Abuse in Leicestershire Children's Homes by Cathy Cobley 163

Housing for Children by Dr Geoff Gilbert 166

Protecting Uganda's children: a new model child law for an African state? by James S Read 170

Finding the truth in child sexual abuse cases: some peculiar and comparative developments by Franck Bates 178

Case Commentary

Re CT: litigious mature minors and wardship in the 1990s by John Murphy 186

Some recent cases on habitual residence and child custody by Peter Stone 192

Book Reviews 195

Index to volume 5 196

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