Caven blog

December 2013

Marriage is a shared partnership, right? Maybe not if you have ‘ugly’ kids…

An unusual family law case from China recently surfaced in a number of new sources.

According to the reports, Jian Fang was “horrified” at how ugly his and his beautiful wife’s newborn daughter was.

He initially refused to believe the child was his, which led to his wife admitting having had extensive plastic surgery in South Korea before they met.

Apparently Fang sued his now ex-wife for false pretences and won, with the judge ordering her to pay several thousand pounds in compensation.

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Are whistleblowers protected enough?

Whistleblowing is a situation in which someone reports wrongdoing at their workplace. This could relate to things like law-breaking, environmental damage, health and safety concerns, or dishonesty.

It is widely recognised to be in the public interest for workers to be able to make disclosures of this nature. However, recent reports suggest that not enough is being done to protect and encourage whistleblowers, especially in the teaching profession.

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