I plan to bring my young daughter on holidays to France during the summer. Our holiday would be for about 2 weeks. I am not married to the father of my daughter and I wonder do I need his permission to bring our daughter out
I was cycling in my local town about a year ago when I was knocked off my bicycle by a passing car. He simply drove too close to me and his wing mirror clipped my handlebar causing me to fall to the ground. I went
I suffer from very bad arthritis and whilst I have no difficulty driving I find it very difficult to walk long distances to and from my car. I am also quite elderly but thankfully I am not so immobile as to require a wheelchair. Nonetheless,
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