Parents May Not Consent To Detention Of Incapacitated Young People, Supreme Court Finds


 

Parents May Not Consent To Detention Of Incapacitated Young People, Supreme Court Finds

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Senior judges overturn previous case law meaning that legal authorisation must be sought for deprivation of liberty of 16- or 17-year-olds who lack capacity to consent

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via Names And Addresses Of Some Judges.

A mother decided, 10 years ago, that she wanted to homeschool her son, who has Cerebral Palsy. However, when he was admitted to hospital as an inpatient two years ago, her local council, Northamptonshire County, informed her that he could not return to the family home.   Why? Simply because they felt that she had an ‘alternative stance on education’ which was ‘not in his best interests.’

viaA Desperate Mother Has Been Told By A Top Judge That Her Teenage Son Cannot Live With Her Because She Is An Advocate Of Home Schooling.

Parents May Not Consent To Detention Of Incapacitated Young People, Supreme Court Finds

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