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As I mentioned here briefly on Friday, the House of Lords has expressed concern about a couple of clauses in the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill, which aims to introduce a system of no-fault divorce. They fear that, as drafted, the Bill will allow the Lord Chancellor to make fundamental changes to the new divorce system, without parliamentary scrutiny. In other words, the Bill will confer so-called ‘Henry VIII powers’ on the Lord Chancellor. 

Read the full article here: Stowe Family Law

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