If, as is asserted in this case, someone is to be considered incapable of looking after her child then why also do they encourage her to get pregnant and hold out to her the chance of looking after the child.
However, the nub of this is I would like to hear the mother's view on these issues as to what is true.
suesspiciousminds has a good look at this and concludes:
I have some problems with this judgment and decision (not as a matter of law, the Judge followed Re D and balanced things but as a matter of principle and human rights). The remedy here for the removal at birth is that the mother has the opportunity to challenge within a few hours that decision at the EPO hearing. But how realistic is that?
Forgive me if I don’t think that this is terribly fair.