Coronavirus Bill could remove council duties to care leavers


The Coronavirus Bill could allow the government to suspend key duties carried out by councils, including responsibilities for children leaving care, if the virus leaves local authorities unable to meet statutory duties.

The bill is due to have a second reading in parliament today (Monday). Picture: Adobe Stock
The bill is due to have a second reading in parliament today (Monday). Picture: Adobe Stock

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