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Family Justice Council – 2021 Bridget Lindley Memorial Lecture: What do we mean by a family?

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  • The Office of National Statistics defines a family as a couple, whether of the same or opposite sexes, and with or without children, or a single parent with one or more children.

    [I] understand why they have to do this, but if there is one thing that Bridget and the Family Rights Group have taught us, it is that there is far more to family than that. Families consist of a whole web of relationships going far beyond those of adult partners, parents and children.

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News, published: 10/03/2021


Published: 10/03/2021

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