The appellants were making applications relating to a breach of their human rights with regard to contact with the P. They argued that the judge's dismissal of the outstanding claims on their behalf for a declaration and damages in respect of alleged breaches of their human rights, was wrong in law, inadequately reasoned, and a perverse exercise of discretion. They also appealed against the judge's dismissal of their application to dismiss the P's RPR. Both applications were refused.
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