Children's social care inquiry bids to influence policy and practice

Derren Hayes
Tuesday, May 24, 2016

In a candid interview, former children's minister Tim Loughton expresses frustration that the Munro reforms are "gathering dust" and expects leadership issues will feature prominently in the inquiry he is co-chairing.

Loughton, pictured in 2010 with Professor Eileen Munro, says her review should be the “blueprint” for children’s social care. Picture: Chris Harris/PA Archive/Press Association Images
Loughton, pictured in 2010 with Professor Eileen Munro, says her review should be the “blueprint” for children’s social care. Picture: Chris Harris/PA Archive/Press Association Images

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