Friday, January 06, 2017

Three important issues...

It may have been a short week, but my posts on Marilyn Stowe’s Family Law & Divorce Blog dealt with some important issues, including:

Festive cheer from The Guardian - The Guardian rudely interrupts the Christmas and New Year break, in particular to raise the issue of alleged domestic abuse victims being cross-examined by their alleged perpetrators.

The effect of leaving the European Convention on Human Rights - Some initial thoughts on this important issue.

The importance of the refuge - Another reminder, following the news that Sunderland may be the first major city in the country to be left without a women's refuge.

Have a good weekend.

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