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Haringey 'still failing children' after Baby P
Haringey ‘still failing’ after Baby P

By Ian Dunt Haringey council has only made “limited” progress since the death of Baby Peter, an official report has found. The Ofsted report, carried out with officials from Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary, found the tragedy could happen again, since there was still a failure to assess the status of vulnerable children in the… Read more »

Ed Balls, children's secretary
Govt pours money into retaining social workers

By staff The government is pumping £58 million to stop the exodus of social workers from the profession since the Baby P scandal broke. In a series of measures compiled as a response to Lord Laming’s damning assessment of children’s services, children’s secretary Ed balls proposed child protection boards, made up of members of… Read more »