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Vol 7, No 4, 1995



‘Tell me the old, old story' - the Denning Report 50 years on by Stephen Cretney 163

The competence of children to participate in family proceedings by Caroline Sawyer 180


Youth justice and the youth court - the end of a separate system? by Caroline Ball 196


Mental incapacity - the Law Commission's report by Michael Green 209

But what about the children? Some reflections on the divorce White Paper by Martin Richards 223

Case Commentary

Implacable hostility, contact, and the limits of law by Simon Jolly 228

Privilege and the Children Act 1989 -confusion compounded? Oxfordshire County Council and Another v P; Cleveland County Council v F by Jenny McEwan 236

Ousting abusers - Children Act 1989 or inherent jurisdiction? Re H (Prohibited Steps Order) by Melanie Roberts 243

Book Reviews 249

Index to Volume 7 254

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