Case Law

Fabricated or induced illness and emergency protection orders: E and H [2023] EWFC 69

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By Tim Spencer-Lane Introduction Emergency protection orders (EPOs) are a grave and significant form of intervention that often have far-reaching implications for those involved. There is a heavy burden imposed on local authorities and the courts to ensure that EPOs are used only where there is compelling evidence justifying the removal of a child from […]

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