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Let me see if I can help. The starting point is that they both have parental responsibility. As such the court usually thinks that they can both make sensible decisions for the uptake of the child. If however there are safety concerns then the court would normally intervene. So if she does have safeguarding concerns then she can stop the overnight contact - the key however is often discussion and indeed mediation to try and find a sensible compromise.
Well that is actually considered safeguarding. I have often seen parents withhold contact unless and until they meet the new partners. I hope this helps.
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