Welcome to another week.

A state in the US has decided to stop pushing adoption as the gold standard for children in care after it found that the policy pitted foster carers against birth families.

In a pioneering U-turn, the state of West Virginia has now implemented a completely different model, which sees foster parents working with natural parents so they can be reunified with their children.

Our question then, is just this: do you think England and Wales should adopt the model too?