More from Christopher Booker on UK CPS
Governments Removing Children from Families on Inadequate and Fraudulent Grounds by Christopher Booker
Distinguished journalist Christopher Booker writes about systemic dysfunction in Britain's child protection system, which is unfortunately being replicated by governments around the world, including India. Christopher Booker has been reporting the wrongful removal of children by British Social Services since 2009. In this article he describes the widespread commercialisation of Britain's child care system, one-sided…
Gujarati-origin children taken for forced adoption in the UK, 2015
The tragic story of a Gujarati-origin family whose children were taken for forced adoption in the UK.
Sir James Munby: Caesarean mother case shows need for “radical change” in family courts, Claire Duffin, The Telegraph, December 2013
This was a case where a pregnant Italian woman with an alleged history of intermittent mental disorder, on a few week's training course in Britain, was sectioned under their Mental Health Act, subjected to a court-ordered C-section and had British Social Services take over the baby's custody the next day, and put it for forced…
In Britain’s secretive family courts, the lawyers always win by Christopher Booker, The Telegraph, March 2017
Report here by journalist Christopher Booker, who regularly writes on the UK child protection system. Published in March, 2017 by The …
See how the state is abusing children now by Christopher Booker, The Telegraph, March 2017
Article here by journalist Christopher Booker, who regularly writes on the UK child protection system. Published in March 2017 by The …
Lost childhoods, barmy Brexits, and tidal power fantasies by Christopher Booker, The Telegraph, January 2017
Story of a mother whose ordeal with UK Social Services began when she asked for help during a difficult pregnancy.
The scandal of Teresa Kirk – the grandmother jailed for standing up to her local council – must never be repeated by Christopher Booker, The Telegraph, Dec. 2016
Grandmother jailed for opposing local authority in child care case.
Police ignore judge’s order, to help Latvian family escape British social workers by Christopher Booker, The Telegraph, 2015
"Over the past three years, mounting alarm has been expressed by the Council of Europe, the European Parliament and various eastern European governments at the readiness of Britain’s social workers to seize an ever-growing number of children from foreign parents working in the UK for what they consider to be wholly misguided reasons."
What happened to putting children’s welfare first? by Christopher Booker, The Telegraph, Oct. 2016
An article with some recent statistics on UK CPS and some history on their child laws.
The depths of Britain’s ‘worst ever’ child care crisis by Christopher Booker, The Telegraph, Sept. 2016
Some statistics-Lord Justice James Munby
Why don’t the family courts obey the law? by Christopher Booker, The Telegraph, 2015
Report of a child care case - Lord Justice James Munby
Collection of Christopher Booker’s Articles on UK CPS from The Telegraph
Follow Christopher Booker's column in The Telegraph for regular reports on UK CPS.
Fostering children is big business by Christopher Booker, The Telegraph, May 2016
"Most people would be startled to learn how much of the child protection sector is now dominated by a handful of companies, most of them run by ex-social workers. These companies are paid huge sums by local authorities to make their fostering arrangements."
The real scandal hidden by gags is what goes on in family courts by Christopher Booker, The Telegraph, 2011
Case of a mother deprived of her daughter when she complained to social workers about possible abuse by the estranged father.
Child protection: MPs must act on the scandal of seized children by Christopher Booker, The Telegraph, 2010
"The parents must then wrestle with a Kafka-esque system rigged against them in every way. They find themselves in courts where every normal principle of British justice has been stood on his head."
Its time to bring family law to book by Christopher Booker, The Telegraph, 2010
"Having talked at length to the mother, ...I put a series of questions to the council to get their side of the story. The response,,, was to ask the High Court to rule that I should not be allowed to write about the case at all."