For our column this month over at Lexis Nexis Jordans Family Law, we look at the government’s pledge to allow children to speak to judges during their cases. Nearly a decade on, this policy has still not been implemented.

The article follows Researching Reform’s Freedom Of Information request which exposes the government’s failure to act and quietly hide its decision from the public, the history of the policy itself which is hugely interesting, and we also highlight a certain government minister’s refusal to respond when we asked them for comment over on Twitter.

You can catch the article here.