‘There’s no more learning left to be done’, says child protection expert, in wake of Hamzah Khan death – Daily Telegraph

Posted October 7th, 2013 in child neglect, homicide, local government, news, police, sentencing, statistics by sally

“Studying past cases of child neglect is a ‘big distraction’ for child protection professionals, a leading professor of social work has said, a day after a jury convicted a mother of starving her young son to death.”

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Daily Telegraph, 4th October 2013

Source: www.telegraph.co.uk