Permission granted for Christian parents at Court of Appeal

From Christian Concern:

Thank you for your prayers for yesterday’s (12 May) hearing at the Court of Appeal. In an encouraging development, the Christian couple whose adopted children were taken into care have been granted permission for their case to be heard in full before the Court of Appeal. We are grateful to Paul Diamond, Standing Counsel to the Christian Legal Centre, which is supporting the family.

At the conclusion of yesterday’s hearing Lady Justice Black ordered that the case should proceed to a full hearing. She said that there should be a review as to whether the Judge at the Family Court had taken the right factors into account when deciding the boys’ future, and whether he had failed to give proper weight to the good parenting that had been given to the children for three years prior to their forced removal.

The couple had cared for the two young brothers for over three years before they were taken into care in summer 2014. They had provided a loving home for the two boys who had come from highly traumatised backgrounds.

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Read also:  The schoolgirls snatched from their parents by social services after they moaned to teachers about being grounded and banned from watching TV, Mailonline

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