Children exploited by gangs in lockdown 'most at risk of exclusion’ in September


Fears of a spike in exclusions as schools reopen could “disproportionately impact” children exploited by county lines drugs gangs during lockdown, a children’s legal charity has warned.

Enver Solomon: The systems in place to support young people at risk of exclusion failing. Picture: Just for Kids Law
Enver Solomon: The systems in place to support young people at risk of exclusion failing. Picture: Just for Kids Law

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