Our public consultation exercise

We’re embarking upon a lengthy public consultation exercise, and the related document (link below) should be self-explanatory. It includes proposals in 20 areas including paternal access to children, education, employment, paternity fraud, domestic abuse and abortion law reform. We invite feedback on the proposals, and suggestions for other proposals we might include in our election manifesto for the 2015 general election:

140201 J4MB consultation document, draft #13

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