'Absolute paralysis of Brexit' impacts children in need

Joanne Parkes
Monday, June 17, 2019

The government has failed to address the question of dire education outcomes for children in need due to the "absolute paralysis" of Brexit, the children's commissioner for England has warned.

A social work graduate programme is seeking to attract more men into the sector. Picture: Arlen Connelly
A social work graduate programme is seeking to attract more men into the sector. Picture: Arlen Connelly

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