Campaigners slam government refusal to publish safeguarding review

Nicole Weinstein
Monday, June 13, 2022

A report analysing 48 incidents of children in care who died or were seriously harmed will remain unpublished despite Freedom of Information requests and complaints from campaigners, the national statutory body for child safeguarding has said.

The review details 48 cases of child deaths or incidents of serious harm. Picture: Adobe Stock
The review details 48 cases of child deaths or incidents of serious harm. Picture: Adobe Stock

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