As it is only three more sleeps until Santa Claus squeezes himself and Rudolph down your chimney, Researching Reform wanted to wish you all a very happy holiday and a 2012 that is not only filled with hope but with hope fulfilled. It probably won’t be as cool as 2013 though, because 12 is just a bit girly as numbers go, but we should humour it. It’s only fair.
Thank you to everyone who takes the time to read our blog and contribute as they do on the blog itself and through other social media sites like Twitter and Facebook and last but not least, by attending our debates in Westminster. There’s nothing more boring than having a one-sided debate with one’s teddy bear (unless we’re having it with Squis, our most favourite teddy bear because he is old, a bit worse for wear and very wise).
We would also like to thank the peers, politicians and organisations we work with who have a genuine desire to make things change. It’s a privilege to be able to communicate with them and share our experiences in the sector.
Family Law is changing, but the change is not made by lawyers or judges or politicians. The changes are made by you. Researching Reform looks forward to seeing you all in the New Year and finding out what other mischief we can make together.
With lots of love, because we’re soft like that,
Researching Reform xxxxx