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Vol 8, No 2, 1996



The status of children as applicants under the homelessness legislation - judicial subversion of legislative intent? by Ian Loveland 89

The UN Committee on the Rights of the Child - an evaluation i the light of recent UK experience by Ursula Kilkelly 105

Supporting children when parents separate - a neglected family justice or mental health issue? by Gillian Douglas and Alison Perry 121

Law and the unmarried couple - oppression or liberation? by Rebecca Bailey-Harris 137

The registered partnership for same-sex couples in Denmark by Morten P. Bromberg 149

Case Commentary

Shifting standards in the House of Lords: Re H and Others (Minors) (Sexual Abuse: Standard of Proof) by Heather Keating 157

Responsible or feckless fathers? Re S (Parental Responsibility) by Felicity Kaganas 165

‘It feels like someone keeps moving the goalposts' - regulating post-adoption contact: Re T (Adopted Children: Contact) by Margaret Richards 175

Book Reviews 181

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