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'We are pleased to note that the Court of Appeal has acknowledged the difficulties presented in this category of case and has suggested that there should be consideration given to creating a statutory provision to cater for these complex situations. We strongly encourage Government to take steps to remedy this problem.'Maud Davis and Nicola Jones-King, Co-chairs of the ALC, said:
'It is vital that children’s voices are heard in these very difficult situations, and that they can safely give evidence if the court decides that is necessary. If the law as it stands makes no proper provision for this to happen, then there is an urgent need for statutory provision.'The full judgment for Re K and H (Children: Unrepresented Father: Cross-examination of Child)  EWFC 1 is available here.