Worcestershire unveils policy to charge parents of looked-after children

Neil Puffett
Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Parents could be forced to pay as much as £900-a-month if their children are taken into care, under plans announced by Worcestershire County Council.

Charges will be levied if children are placed in care "voluntarily". Image: Arlen Connelly
Charges will be levied if children are placed in care "voluntarily". Image: Arlen Connelly

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