AUSTRALIA – John Howard parenting law finds favour in Britain

FIERCE debate over the success and safety of Australia’s shared parenting laws has been exported to Britain.

Australian-based fathers groups, which are advising British counterparts, yesterday welcomed public comments from Britain’s Minister for Children and Families Tim Loughton that his government was considering “legislative and non-legislative” means to promote shared parenting as part of a broad family law shake-up.

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