As the Children & Young People Now reports, the UK appeal court decided that the Hague Convention reasoning’s have no matter in a recent case of children who were abducted from US to Nigeria. They justified their ruling, which in essence condones the action of abducting mother, with a “bigger good” of the children. Would they rule if she was…. of a different race?
Following their reasoning one may argue that any child taken out from UK deserves to stay in a new country because of the UK’s abysmal financial situation, and lawlessness in judicial branch of the government.
What do you think?
Source: Children & Young People Now (UK)