Practitioners oppose press in family courts

May 2009
Community Care;5/7/2009, Issue 1769, p7
The article presents information on the British Association of Social Workers general meeting in Birmingham, England. The members of the association have rejected rules to allow journalists to report on family court hearings. Members said the rules, which came into effect in England and Wales recently, could breach the privacy of children and deter witnesses from giving evidence.


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