Loughton argues for a 'change in mindset' over safeguarding

Neil Puffett
Thursday, October 20, 2011

Lead members for children's services have been told to keep a focus on safeguarding or risk another Baby P tragedy, children's minister Tim Loughton has warned.

Loughton: 'Some [social] workers tell me political leaders are treating safeguarding as an ancillary issue.' Image: Matt Gore
Loughton: 'Some [social] workers tell me political leaders are treating safeguarding as an ancillary issue.' Image: Matt Gore

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