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ANGLESEY WOMAN LOSES BID FOR 'FORCIBLY ADOPTED' CHILD

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An Anglesey mother has lost cases in both British and European courts to regain custody of her ten-year daughter sh...
An Anglesey mother has lost cases in both British and European courts to regain custody of her ten-year daughter she claims was forcibly taken for adoption, Wales on Sunday reported (p6).

Cheryl Martin's daughter Claire was initially placed in foster care at four months old when post-natal depression made Ms Martin possibly reject the child. When she felt she was ready to have Claire back, she learnt that the foster parents were trying to adopt her daughter.

Gethin Evans, assistant director of Gwynedd CC social services department, said:

'We can't comment on any cases of adoption, the information is confidential. But I can tell you the adoption followed a direction from the high court.'
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