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The Courts and Tribunals Judiciary has announced that the Experts Sub-Committee of the Family Justice Council is inviting those who missed out on the March 2021 webinar to register their interest for...
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*SPONSORED CONTENT*Following the launch of AlphaBiolabs’ Giving Back campaign earlier this year, the award-winning testing laboratory is delighted to announce its first round of donations to...
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Following a call for evidence, three days of oral submissions and further meetings with his panel of advisers, the President of the Family Division has concluded his review on Transparency in the...
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The Home Office has awarded £11.3 million to 25 Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) in England and Wales, to go towards domestic abuse intervention programmes.The programmes focus on...
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The Government has published a new National Adoption Strategy which, it says, "is set to improve adoption services in England by putting in place better recruitment across the country and removing any...
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On 5 June 2020, the President of the Family Division made two amendments to his Guidance on Allocation and Gatekeeping for Care, Supervision and other Proceedings under Part IV of the Children...
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The Home Office has published a consultation on draft statutory guidance for implementing the definition of domestic abuse. The consultation seeks views on the domestic abuse guidance to support the...
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HM Treasury  has responded to its consultation on the proposed protections framework and implementing an increase of the normal minimum pension age (NMPA) from 55 to 57 in 2028, which will...
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The Department for Work and Pensions has announced plans to extend bereavement support to cohabiting couples with children.Previously, a surviving parent could only claim the financial support if they...
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On 12 July 2021, the President of the Family Division, Sir Andrew McFarlane, issued his latest 'View from the President's Chambers'. The President confirmed that, for now, the flexible use of remote,...
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