Longfield to examine Muslim fostering case

Neil Puffett
Tuesday, August 29, 2017

The Children's Commissioner for England will examine reports that a five-year-old Christian girl was left distressed after being placed in foster care with a Muslim family.

Children's commissioner for England Anne Longfield wants France to speed up the claims of children who may be eligible to travel to the UK. Picture: Alex Deverill
Children's commissioner for England Anne Longfield wants France to speed up the claims of children who may be eligible to travel to the UK. Picture: Alex Deverill

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