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Child access law shake-up to involve electronic tagging and curfews

Parents who refuse to allow former partners contact with their children could be electronically tagged under plans being considered by ministers.
Curfews and community service orders were other options which could be used if court orders to allow parental access were defied, Lord Falconer said.

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(Guess we'd better bomb them then)

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