In 2012 the Nuffield Foundation charity launched a campaign opposing Shared Parenting legislation in the UK supposedly based on the 'Australian experience'. However Kingsley Miller had taken a keen interest in developments in that country and was in correspondence with the Attorney General's Department about the work of Jenn McIntosh PhD. From his own knowledge of the country he was already aware that contrary to the claims made by the Nuffield Foundation 'Shared Parenting' legislation was a success. (Please see article below by the Australian lawyer Duncan Ranton 'Shared Parenting boosts children's rights'). Kingsley Miller therefore lauched a legal challenge to oppose the Nuffield Foundation's Director Sharon Witherspoon MBE using the foundation's endowment to pursue this campaign.
"Very many thanks for sending me a copy of your interesting and informative guide on 'even Toddlers Need Fathers'. I much appreciate your drawing my attention to it"
Professor Sir Michael Rutter, 13 March 2002
"It was thoughtful of you to enclose a copy of your book 'even Toddlers Need Fathers' and Her Majesty has noted your concerns"
Buckingham Palace, 26 July 2006
A "history of responsible campaigning and writing on issues relating to family relationships"
Lord Justice Thorpe, Vice President of the UK Family Division, 30 July 2004
"I am very grateful to all those, like yourself who have written and particularly where you have been able to demonstrate your own thinking from the experiences you have had. Congratulations on your battle"
The former Home Secretary, and dad, David Blunkett, 22 March 2005