Government unveils plans to outsource child protection

Joe Lepper
Thursday, April 17, 2014

Councils will be handed powers to outsource a whole range of children's social care services including child protection under proposals announced by the government.

The Department for Education wants to allow local authorities to "harness third-party expertise".
The Department for Education wants to allow local authorities to "harness third-party expertise".

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