Public law United Kingdom

Sedley J in R v Somerset CC ex parte Dixon

“Public law is not at base about rights, even though abuses of power may and often do invade private rights; it is about wrongs – that is to say, misuses of public power.”

The purpose of Parents Rights Blog is to also provide Parents, Families, and the General Public with an accurate resource for information pertaining to Public Family Law, Family Care proceedings, Local Authority, and what to expect if you and your family are involved with Social Services.


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