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Entering the UK with child who is not yours

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I spoke to a friend from France who entered the UK with her husband and grandson. They came by boat. The Border Agency woman questioned why the grandson had a different surname and was told. She asked my friend to ask her grandson if he was happy with his grandparents because she ( the Border Agency woman) didn't speak French. After a seven year old silence he was asked again and he said "yes" which was translated back to the Border Agency woman.
My friend was told that the UK now has a new law to prevent children being brought in without proof that they are travelling with the consent of their parents.
Does anyone know what this law is please? I can't find it.

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