"A father who praised `the benefits of formula milk` saw his one-week-old son taken into council care, a court heard."
"Medical staff had told Kirklees Council of the man's "unorthodox views" about feeding including the need to sterilise bottles and social workers later removed the baby from the hospital."
"Care chiefs then `misled` a family court and falsely claimed the parents "agreed" to the child's removal."
"A High Court judge has now ordered the council to pay the family £11,250."
"The baby was returned to the parents, who cannot be named for legal reasons, more than two months after being taken."
"The High Court heard the mother suffered from minor mental health problems and other difficulties and the father had in the past been aggressive to others, but staff at the special care baby unit had no child protection concerns."
"However, Mr Justice Cobb said medics had expressed worries about the couple's ability to care for the baby."
"The father had, among other things, `expressed unorthodox views about the need for sterilisation of bottles and the benefits of formula milk`."
"Kirklees Council persuaded a family court to approve the baby being taken into emergency care as he was about to be discharged from hospital."
"Mr Justice Cobb said the council had `misled` the family judge, wrongly claiming the parents had been `given notice` of the hearing and had `agreed` to the child being taken."