The latest child welfare items that should be right on your radar:
- Councils can arrange Covid vaccines for children in care despite parent opposition, High Court rules
- Children say social workers are time-poor, overstretched and change too often, according to Coram
- Government to crack down on parents who abuse family courts for revenge
- Mum taken to court over lockdown childcare ‘breach’ sees case thrown out
Ian Josephs said:
Ask these children if they enjoyed being separated from their parents and whether they would have liked to be able to keep in contact with them by text,email,or phone.
Never mind kids ,you only have one mother but you have dozens of wonderful social worker taking turns to take her place !
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Social workers couldn’t care less about the children unfortunate enough to have to work with them. They demand to meet children alone and then lie about what was said, just as they do with parents. I understand why parents shouldn’t be present but don’t children have the right to have a trusted adult, i.e. someone like a teacher, with them when meeting a complete stranger, even if that stranger has the all powerful title of social worker?
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