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Balls expands access to Baby P report

Opposition spokespeople and local MPs will have access to the report into the failures which led to the death of Baby P, it has been announced. The move marks a U-turn by the government, who previously had refused to allow access to the report, with children’s minister Ed Balls citing legal reasons. Conservative and Lib… Read more »

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Calls grow for more action on Baby P

An attempt to update MPs on the Baby P case has led to calls for a full public inquiry from opposition parties. Children’s secretary Ed Balls told MPs: “Professionals working with children in this country do a tough job often in very difficult circumstances. They have a great responsibility and they make very difficult judgments… Read more »