Children’s commissioner: Young people's rights ‘actively downgraded’ during lockdown

Fiona Simpson
Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Some of the most vulnerable children had their rights “actively downgraded” during lockdown “when protections should have been increased”, the children’s commissioner for England has said.

Children's commissioner for England Anne Longfield has called for a recovery plan for children. Picture: Alex Deverill
Children's commissioner for England Anne Longfield has called for a recovery plan for children. Picture: Alex Deverill

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