Separated couples exploiting the Covid-19 lockdown to stop an ex-partner from seeing their child could face court action, says a senior judge.
Head of the family courts Sir Andrew McFarlane says children should continue to visit parents they do not live with, as long as both households are healthy.
Family lawyers told the BBC they have been inundated with separated parents arguing over contact during lockdown.
Some say parents have exploited Covid-19 guidance to stop visits altogether.
The guidance for parents who live apart states that children under the age of 18 can be moved between their parents' homes after a sensible discussion, and an assessment that the children are not being put at risk.
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