Adoption stands

11th February 2000 at 00:00
A TEENAGE mother who put her son up for adoption failed to win him back when a high court family division judge said that she had been unreasonable in changing her mnd.

Mr Justice Sumner ruled that to return the one-year-old to his mother would have posed too great a risk of disturbance and lasting damage to him.

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