Does the child care department of social services have the legal right to interviene with a child that has a legal domicile (and juristiction) from another country?
For the sake of argument:
Child A is born in Germany. Parent B takes Child A to the United Kingdom for a short holiday. Person C makes a baseless, malicious phone call to United Kingdom social services regarding Parent B's capacity to care for Child A. United Kingdom social services remove Child A from Parent B's care for a short time.
In the example above, did United Kingdom social services have the legal right to interviene or not?