Maybe we should open the first Ridley and Hall office in Dublin. The article refers to two cases that we brought which made sure that kinship carers in England and Wales were not discriminated against. We are still fighting to make sure their voice is heard.
In 2010, Kent County Council was ordered to pay a 64-year-old who was looking after her granddaughter a foster care rate, the Telegraph reported. And, in 2013, it was ruled that the London borough of Tower Hamlets should give a full foster care allowance to a woman caring for two nephews and a niece, the Guardian reported. Angela said that she took her case to court here on numerous occasions, but failed to win similar financial support than the UK cases.