Monday, May 30, 2011

Think before you hyperventilate

This story got the media hyperventilating yesterday, in particular over the fact that the court awarded the (ex-) wife a further £100,000. At least one irate commenter on the Daily Mail article calls for the judge to be sacked. The judge, of course, was only applying the law, i.e. giving first consideration to the welfare of the children. That is obviously correct - the children come first, irrespective of the way that their mother has behaved.

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