Friday, January 15, 2016

(Insert appropriate Bowie song title here)

All a bit depressing this week as my posts on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog began on a sad note and ended on a bleak one:

David Bowie and recognising when you were wrong - In which I confess my teenage musical preferences.

Judicial exhortations and deaf ears - As in Li Quan v Bray, amongst many others.

Even if the Marriage Foundation were right, they’d still be wrong - Hint: they're not right.

A justice system in crisis, and a vision of the future - Looking at the reports of Lord Thomas and Lord Briggs, both published this week.

Have a good weekend.

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