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Comment: Yes, children are commodities now; they tend not to take the children they need to, rather the well behaved that they can easily place. I’m not saying that all placements are on that basis, but follow Christopher Booker’s column in the Telegraph and you’ll find case after case where children were moved without cause. I personally know families where social services have failed to act time and again, where children could have died, but they barely touch base with the families.

There’s something seriously wrong with social services in the UK. If you were present at my so called care assessment, you’d have been totally shocked. ‘Care’ is a word that seems to becoming absent with regard to social services departments; everyone is a commodity now; stock, just like parliament calls us.


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