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Judge considers teenager's wish to give evidence in his own care proceedings
From today, adopters will be able to see exactly what support is available for them and their child with the new 'Adoption Passport: a support guide for adopters' The passport sets out the support
Daily Star :: Latest News :: Guide for would-be adopters issued :: Ministers have published a new guide for would-be adopters amid concerns that hundreds of thousands are turned off by the process.
The Church of England risks a ticking “time bomb” if it does not take urgent action to prevent further incidents of child abuse, a report has warned.
The time it takes for the family courts to make decisions about whether children should be taken in to care or adopted has been cut.
Details released on the new single Family Court, due next year
Rochdale council has been served with an Improvement Notice, which was not made public, following a review of its...
We must treat kinship carers differently to make our care system stronger, writes Gerri McAndrew, a social worker and chief executive of the charity Buttle UK
CHILD protection services at Cheshire East Council have been branded as ‘inadequate’ by an industry watchdog.
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John Denver's film to help young people understand foster care is complete
Suzanne Moore: Stuart Hall's admission of sexual offences has brought the abuse scandal that started with Jimmy Savile back into the headlines. The more victims' voices are heard, the better
The case of Vicky Haigh highlights what passes for justice in Britain today