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Lancashire County Council v TP and Others (Permission to Withdraw Care Proceedings) [2019] EWFC 30

May 16, 2019, 09:44 AM
Public law children – Care proceedings – Withdrawal ­ - Concerns of frequent medical contact, gender dysmorphia and neglect
The local authority was granted permission to withdraw care proceedings in relation to the five children.
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(Family Court, Williams J, 9 May 2019)

Public law children – Care proceedings – Withdrawal ­ - Concerns of frequent medical contact, gender dysmorphia and neglect

The local authority was granted permission to withdraw care proceedings in relation to the five children.


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Neutral Citation Number: [2019] EWFC 30

Case No: PR18C00407

IN THE PRESTON FAMILY COURT

Date: 09/05/2019

Before :

MR JUSTICE WILLIAMS

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Between :

LANCASHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL
Applicant

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TP
1st Respondent

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CP
2nd Respondent

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TM
3rd Respondent

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SC
4th Respondent

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KH
5th Respondent

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JR
6th Respondent

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E, R, C, H, and K
(children acting by their Children’s Guardian Ms D Kennedy)
7th – 11th Respondents

Permission to Withdraw Care Proceedings

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Gemma Taylor QC and Rehana Begum (instructed by Lancashire County Council) for the Applicant
Tina Cook QC and Danish Ameen (instructed by Marsden Rawsthorn Solicitors) for the 1st Respondent
Julia Cheetham QC and Patrick Gilmore (instructed by Roebucks Solicitors) for the 2nd Respondent
Richard Hunt (instructed by Forbes Solicitors) for the 3rd Respondent
Paul Hart (instructed by C W Booth & Co. Solicitors) for the 4th respondent
Matthew Carey (instructed by Vincents Solicitors) for the 5th Respondent
Ruth Tankel (instructed by Farleys Solicitors) for the 6th Respondent
Stephanie Perplus and Christopher Blackburn (instructed by JWR solicitors) for the 7th – 11th Respondents

Hearing dates: 8th - 11th April 2019

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Judgment Approved

 

Judgment: Lancashire County Council v TP and Others (Permission to Withdraw Care Proceedings) [2019] EWFC 30

 

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