Is child safeguarding compromised or boosted by freedoms from laws?
Tuesday, February 14, 2017
The struggles of two councils given freedoms from safeguarding duties has boosted opposition to the government's exemption clause plans. But social work leaders are split on whether freedoms increase safeguarding risks.
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