A mother was wrongly banned from seeing her three children after lockdown, Court of Appeal judges have ruled.
They were taken into council care in 2019 pending legal proceedings, and until March they saw their mother three times a week during supervised visits.
After lockdown began, she was only allowed to see her children on video calls and in June her application for a “contact order” was dismissed.
The woman appealed against the dismissal and is now able to meet them.
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