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 March 4, 2016  Laws, Non-U.S., Youth & Schools

Stephen Naysmith reports:

The controversial law guaranteeing a ‘named person’ for every child in Scotland could breach young people’s human rights, a legal charity has warned.

Clan Childlaw is to tell the UK Supreme Court next week that agencies such as health, education and social work will be justified in sharing information about a child merely on the basis of concerns about their wellbeing, rather than the previous much tougher test of being ‘at risk of significant harm’.

Read more on Herald Scotland.

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