Babies born into care in England doubles in a decade, study shows


Around one in 200 children in England are born into care, a figure that has almost doubled in a decade, latest research has found.

In some areas of England one in every 98 children were taken into care at birth in 2018, research has found. Picture: Morguefile
In some areas of England one in every 98 children were taken into care at birth in 2018, research has found. Picture: Morguefile

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