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AB Editor | 10:40 Wed 08th Jan 2014 | Family & Relationships
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  • No. - 7 votes
  • 64%
  • Yes. - 4 votes
  • 36%

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Far, far too sweeping a question.

Should most [i grandparents .... Yes

Should [i] all ] grandparents .... No
Agree with Dave
Agree with rockyracoon
i vote for dave.
But then who decides whether you, as a grandparent, are in the most or the all?

If it has to go to a panel/committee or wherever then it will never be an automatic right....

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so how many is 'most'? it has to be an all or nothing vote otherwise definitions of categories are needed and therein lies madness.

Agree with SD
when i click on the question link, I get taken to facebook?????
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I suppose the question implies: "Should grandparents automatically be granted the same rights as the average man separated from his children due to divorce" - this might mean the right to seeing them on the weekend every other week.

And should these rights be enshrined by law?
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Ha, sorry, my mistake.

Fat fingers this morning...
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Fixed :)
still getting taken here

when i click on the question link. Have restarted computer (mac with safari) and cleared cache.
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How odd - I've made the change in the backend - but it's not taken here!

That link relates to another question in chatterbank from earlier. Sorry!
that's a relief, thought I was going crazy!
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Should be back on track now....

The question is - should a grandparent have any right to access to what is "their bloodline" as it were?
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now I don't seem to be able to vote :)

automatic rights? no.
Well which of the two sets of grandparents takes priority?
I can't see where to vote, either. But no. Nobody should have the rights, except the children.

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