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What does this latest section 20 judgment mean for social workers?

Caroline Lynch and Andrea Hopkins from the Family Rights Group explain what the latest ruling on consent in section 20 means for social workers

The good practice guidance that has been established in the case law remains valid, and a measure against which the ‘necessity and proportionality’ of local authority actions will be judged.

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