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Kilshaw - she's back [in the news]

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Nick - Web Team Nick - Web Team | 08:22 UK time, Thursday, 9 November 2006

Judith Kilshaw is in the news again, this time for saying she wouldn't want back the twins she and her solicitor husband, Alan, bought for £8,200 over the internet in 2001 in the US and then brought back to their former home in Buckley.

An article in the Daily Mail's Femail section says: "There is not a single photo on display of her 'daughters', who were seized by Flintshire social services weeks after their arrival in Britain and returned to the U.S. after a High Court judge annulled the American adoption."

The interview finds out what Judith has been doing since then, including leaving her husband, but they're still on speaking terms because I saw them shopping together in Tesco, Mold, when I was buying a pumpkin for Hallowe'en.

"My life has moved on, their lives have moved on," says Judith in the interview. "I wouldn’t want them back now. I’m happy with my life."

Read the full interview in Femail.

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