Herring looks at the approach of both the European Convention on Human Rights and the Children Act 1989 with regard to cases where the interests of parents and children clash. His focus in the piece is to reflect on how such cases should be treated in light of the Human Rights Act 1998, questioning whether the welfare principle still has a place in its current form. 11(3) CFLQ 223
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