Foster parents 'shocked and bewildered' because their children are thriving under mum-and-dad dynamic, says Christian legal campaigner
In a world that sees adopted children, especially from poorer countries, as the ones to be thankful, Mathangi Subramanian recognises herself as the adoptee as the one who should be grateful
Campaigners argue 'worrying' new figures are a result of Government pressure on social workers to raise adoption numbers
Pair plan to take case to European Court of Human Rights as lawyer calls decision 'legal aberration'
New legislation encouraging the adoption of children in care will be announced in the Queen's Speech on Wednesday
Tristan Jacobsen was adopted at age five
'To me it's just a blank space that everyone else seems to have'
Richard Page said children were 'better off with a man and a woman as adopted parents than with same-sex couples'
'I feel we can offer so much love to a child that they would never feel there was something missing from their life'
It will be a legal requirement that family courts and councils prioritise the 'long-term stability and happiness' of children
15,000 more children have been made homeless in the past 12 months
In an unusual and insensitive move, an adoption agency has publicly appealed for a family to give a three-year-old girl a home for Christmas
Estimates of the number of orphans in India vary from 16 million to 30 million
Latest Department for Education statistics also show those placed for adoption fell by 15% in 2015
Exclusive: Authorities are frightened of removing children from birth families
Thousands of pounds have been raised to help the unlikely family after his moving story emerged