H's ex-wife wishes for the kids to travel unaccompanied back home from a holiday, and expects us to collect them from the airport.
They are going there with her, she will stay for 10 days and go home, and the kids for a further 5. She says our time with them can then start when we collect them (she had 15 days, so we would have 15 days).
Every year, she needs H's permission to take the kids on this holiday (they go every year), as per their parenting agreement. She needs to inform him of chosen dates and plans BEFORE booking. He has always agreed.
This year she has booked already and now sent the dates, with her plans.
H is very uncomfortable with the kids travelling unaccompanied, and she refuses to discuss it.
Can she go ahead with the unaccompanied minor consent without him? I know he can refuse consent for them to travel at all, but I am hoping it doesn't come to that.
Aside from this problem, the dates she has given also don't suit as we will be overseas until 3 days after the kids are due home (usually she has 3 weeks, then we have 3 weeks, and we discussed this months ago as the plan before we booked our holiday, and again after).
What can H do?