Grandparents hate ‘unusual’ baby names

September 13, 2017 1 comment

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Grandparents hate it when their children choose unusual names for their babies such as Aurora, Noah and Finn. In a recent survey of 2,000 parents and grandparents by parenting sites Mumsnet and Gransnet, 19 per cent of grandparents said they hate or have hated names their children chose. This displeasure is not always kept a…

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Social worker’s evidence “factually impoverished”

September 13, 2017 2 comments

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A family court judge has described the evidence given by a social worker as “some of the most factually impoverished and unhelpful” he has ever heard. The case before Judge Moradifar in the Family Court at Reading concerned two young children, aged 16 months and two months, who have been taken into care. The local…

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What is the best age to get married?

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September 13, 2017 3 comments

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In many Western countries, society has shifted further away from the idea that people should get married and have children as soon as possible. Other matters take priority. Perhaps you want to establish yourself in your chosen career. Or maybe you want to travel the world and put a few miles on your soul. It…

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Progress on relationship education ‘extremely disappointing’

September 13, 2017 0 comments

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Progress made by the government towards the introduction of relationship education in schools is “extremely disappointing”, a Labour MP has claimed. Education Secretary Justine Greening announced earlier this year that age-appropriate sex and relationships education would be introduced in schools from 2019. The new curriculum will be subject to public consultation. Sarah Champion, the Labour…

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