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Opponents of Scotland’s ‘Named Person’ Law say it will Infringe on Children’s Right to Privacy

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By Scottish Legal News: 11 May, 2015 – Photo: Scottish Parliament Debating Chamber (Credits: Colin)

Critics of the proposed “named person” law have said it could result in children no longer being able to have confidential discussions with adults as it weakens the legal test for sharing such information. They fear it could mean children stop using services such as helplines, pregnancy advisory services, legal advice services and mental health charities because of their lack of privacy. The named person policy is already being challenged by the Christian Institute on the basis it will erode the rights of parents.

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