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|Location:||Glasgow and Strathclyde : No Town Information|
|Message:||I am just bringing this message to the forefront on behalf of Christopher Kelly. He and his twin sister were separated and she was given up for adoption in Scotland.They were born in 1941. If like Christopher you have a relative who was adopted in Scotland and you can not trace that relative because of Scotland's outdated adoption laws are you willing to join me in a campaign to bring the law into line with that of England and Wales? As Scottish law stands a sibling or relative cannot look at the adoption records, only the adopted person can see his or her records. No information is given to anyone other than the adoptee and the records are sealed for 100 years. If you wish to join me in a campaign then please reply to this message. If I have enough support to start a petition then I will happily start one which I hope will spread nationwide.|
|Posted By:||Stella Davey on Wednesday 29 July 2015|