Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Coleridge talks to the Beeb

Sir Paul Coleridge (left) has once again been talking about the scale of the problems caused by family breakdown, this time to Radio 5 live's Victoria Derbyshire. You can hear what he has to say here, although unfortunately this appears to be only an extract of the interview. There's a lot about the problems in this audio, but nothing about the solutions, although the accompanying text indicates that he said that more needed to be done to keep families together. He also apparently said that the situation is only going to get worse with cuts to Legal Aid.

Sir Paul has recently called for an independent commission to reform divorce law.

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UPDATE: Further details of this interview are now available at the Telegraph.

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