Parents may not consent to detention of incapacitated young people, Supreme Court finds

Parents may not consent to detention of incapacitated young people,...: Young people deprived of their liberty must have their placement authorised legally, rather than through their parents’ consent, the Supreme Court has ruled. In a much-anticipated ruling handed down yesterday, the UK’s highest court overturned a 2017 Court of Appeal judgment that said holders of parental responsibility could consent to a 16 or 17-year-old being […]

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