A study of over 4000 parents and children was commissioned by family lawyers at Mishcon de Reya to mark the 20th anniversary of the Children Act which was implemented in November 1989 to improve the welfare of youngsters caught in the middle of parental separation. To read and listen to a selection of the media coverage of the study, please click the links below. BBC online wrote: Bitter divorcees 'using children' Children in England are often caught up in vindictive legal action by divorcing parents, a survey suggests. To view the whole BBC article, please click here. The TimesOnline had two stories: An antidote to family poison? To view the whole article, please click here. It’s too easy to blame dads To view the whole article, please click here. The Sun wrote: We don’t ever see Daddy any more Talksport radio had a discussion To listen to what Talksport had to say, please click here.