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4 Oct, 2018
Theresa May announced at the Conservative Party conference this week that the government plans to open civil partnership to different-sex couples. It is not a big surprise. The government has been procrastinating about how best to end the current discrimination for some time. Civil partnership was introduced in 2004 to give same-sex couples legal recognition when same-sex marriage couldn’t yet be swallowed. But since the introduction of same-sex marriage as well in 2013, its continuation has...
31 Jul, 2018
As the school holidays approach, issues about taking children abroad on holiday can often cause tension and anxiety between separated parents, which can spoil precious time together. If you want to take your child abroad, you must have the permission of anyone else who has parental responsibility for your child, and in fact it’s a criminal offence to take a child away without permission. Parental responsibility gives you the right to make day to day decisions about your child’s care, and a...
Please make sure that you respond to the government’s consultation on reforming the Gender Recognition Act. Only a… https://t.co/KlVFb7uVl4
Natalie will be on @BBCWomansHour tomorrow morning discussing the government review of the Gender Recognition Act… https://t.co/Z6IbOSWOXZ
RT @modern_divorce: @NGambleAssoc @ResFamilyLaw And a really good session it was too. Thanks to Natalie and Suzi 👍
Born after your parents’ death: how technology is changing fertility rights
- New Statesman, 12 April 2018
BBC Woman’s Hour on the new surrogacy guidance
- BBC Radio 4, 28 March 2018
BBC Radio 5 Surrogacy with Dustin Lance Black
- BBC Radio 5, 27 March 2018
Would you use a surrogate to have your baby, like Kim and Kanye?
- Marie Claire, 17 January 2018