'Two children have been taken from the care of a woman who is partly deaf and has a learning disability after a family court judge said 'kisses and cuddles are not enough'.
Judge Martin Dancey has concluded that the 35-year-old woman and her 59-year-old husband are not able to meet the needs of the youngsters - a girl aged three and a boy who is approaching his first birthday.
The judge said the couple loved their children 'very much indeed' and said the woman had 'done everything she possibly could' to look after them.
He said the youngsters needed more than kisses and cuddles - and concluded that both must be placed for adoption.
Detail of the case has emerged in a ruling by Judge Dancey following a private family court hearing in Bournemouth, Dorset.
He has not identified anyone involved, including the council.
The judge said the court hearing had been conducted with 'careful regard to the mother's needs'.'
Read more: ‘Kisses and cuddles are not enough’: Judges puts two young children up for adoption after ruling their partly deaf mother, 35, who has a learning disability and her husband, 59, are unable to care for them
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