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Home Office child abuse review “not uncovered any evidence” of cover-up

Home Office child abuse review “not uncovered any evidence” of cover-up

The official Wanless review into the Home Office’s handling of child abuse allegations in the 1980s has judged that it

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One in six children’s care homes operating without registered manager

One in six children’s care homes operating without registered manager

A report for the Care Quality Commission (CQC) found that 25 care homes for children with complex health and care

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Report reveals Rochdale and Rotherham not isolated cases

Report reveals Rochdale and Rotherham not isolated cases

Statistical evidence obtained from Greater Manchester Police as part of the Real Voices independent child sexual exploitation report revealed that

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All policy and legislation to pass new government “families test”

All policy and legislation to pass new government “families test”

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has drawn up a “families test” of five questions which civil servants must address before

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Why Children Die in Scotland

Why Children Die in Scotland

Around 350 to 450 infants, children and young people die in Scotland each year, according to the Royal College of

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“Chronic shortage” of carers willing to take on sibling groups

“Chronic shortage” of carers willing to take on sibling groups

49 percent of all children in the UK currently waiting to be adopted are part of a sibling group, according

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Child abuse inquiry concern as Theresa May accused of delaying report

Child abuse inquiry concern as Theresa May accused of delaying report

Home secretary Theresa May is facing growing pressure to reveal withheld inquiry reports following the resignation of Fiona Woolf as

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More children referred to social care last year

More children referred to social care last year

There were 657,800 children referred to social care in England during 2013 to 2014, an increase of 10.8 percent on

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Government announce £2 million fund to help schools tackle homophobic bullying

Government announce £2 million fund to help schools tackle homophobic bullying

The Government Equalities Office (GEO) has announced a £2 million fund, available to charitable and not-for-profit organisations, to help tackle

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West Midlands police six weeks to improve “weak” child protection functions

West Midlands police six weeks to improve “weak” child protection functions

West Midlands police has six weeks to improve its staff’s knowledge of child protection after a HM Inspectorate Constabulary (HMIC)

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