Adoption law shifts to ‘long-term happiness of children’


More children will be removed from their biological parents and placed for adoption, under “urgent” new rules to be announced by ministers. For the first time it will be a legal requirement that family courts and councils prioritise the “long-term stability and happiness” of children, Education Secretary Nicky Morgan said. The emphasis on placing vulnerable children in the care of families who can look after them right up until their 18th birthday is likely to see more adoptions – in attempt to reduce the number of young people bouncing in and out of the care system.

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