Are children 'invisible' in the justice system?
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'Let children see the judge in family cases'

Senior family court judge Sir James Munby told a conference it was curious that some judges never even see a photo of the child at the centre of a case.

The government promised in 2014 to change the law so children could meet the judge who was making fundamental decisions about their life, but this hasn't yet happened.

Oscar, nine, explains why he thinks children should be heard in family courts.

  • 17 Oct 2017