Senior managers credited with drop in London care numbers

Neil Puffett
Monday, June 6, 2016

The number of looked-after children in London is falling because senior social work managers in the capital are actively pursuing other options such as kinship care, a report has found.

The number of looked-after children in London has fallen since 2007, bucking the national trend. Image: Malcolm Case Green
The number of looked-after children in London has fallen since 2007, bucking the national trend. Image: Malcolm Case Green

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