F and T

F.&T.

fire and theft.
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An interim care order was made in February 2010 and repeatedly renewed, with F and T placed together with the same foster carers.
In relation to the wishes and feelings of F and T, he declared an intention to be guided by the analysis of Gillen J in Re E (1) and noted that the child's views and preferences are not determinative: there are other factors in the welfare checklist but as children get older, their views should hold greater weight.
Stephens J was of the view that the threshold criteria were satisfied as, due to the substantial risk of irresponsible or psychotic behaviour from their mother, both F and T were likely to suffer significant harm unless a care order was made.
He adjourned further consideration of any final public law supervision or care order in relation to F and T, pending further information as to the implementation of the proposed private law orders and B's agreement to certain precautionary and practical steps.