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DO & BO (Temporary Relocation to China) [2017] EWHC 858 (Fam)

In a tweet: Unsuccessful application brought by M to take children on holiday to China

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Case note, published: 19/01/2018

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  • In the light of the judge's assessment of the risk that the children may not be returned to the UK, the lack of sufficient safeguards to ensure that they would be returned, and the dire consequences if they were not returned, the mother's application for permission to take the children to China for a holiday was refused. Judgment, 23/11/2017, free

Published: 19/01/2018

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