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The truth of the UK Family Courts and forced adoption

The linked story is from York. It is another one where the children (who were forcibly adopted and taken to Canada) are returning to their birth mother.

The UK Family Courts decided that it was "in the best interests of the children" to remove them from their mother.

What use is it to have this sort of thing done to families where in the end no-one has won.

The adoptive family lose out, the birth family lose out and the children themselves lose out.

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