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That this House regrets that the Family Justice Review resulted in a Family Justice Panel that was not representative; notes that the response to the final report from groups campaigning for change has been almost uniformly negative; further notes that it will still cost grandparents between 5,000 and 10,000 to simply ask whether they are allowed to ask a judge if they can see their grandchildren; further notes that the remoteness from reality that plagues family court decisions will remain; and calls on the Government to establish a new panel, including representation from groups that are not financially dependent upon the family justice system, to properly review the system.
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