Baby force-feeding death: Mother Gloria Dwomoh jailed – BBC News

“A mother who force-fed her baby girl who later died has been jailed.”

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BBC News, 11th November 2011

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Recurrent patterns of failings in baby abuse cases, warns Ofsted – The Guardian

“Too many babies have been killed or seriously injured through child abuse because of failings by the authorities that are repeated across the country, a report has found.”

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The Guardian, 26th October 2011

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Felbrigg Hall branch death: National Trust not to blame – BBC News

“The National Trust was not to blame for the death of an 11-year-old schoolboy fatally crushed by a branch in woods in Norfolk, the High Court has decided.”

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BBC News, 27th July 2011

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Twin baby swap parents found guilty of child cruelty – The Guardian

“A couple who repeatedly deceived health professionals by swapping their twin babies to cover up unexplained injuries that led to one daughter’s death have been convicted of child cruelty.”

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The Guardian, 26th July 2011

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Mother walks free from court after strangling autistic son with belt – Daily Telegraph

“A mother who strangled her autistic son because she could no longer cope with looking after him has walked free from court.”

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Daily Telegraph, 1st July 2011

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National Trust sued after boy killed by falling tree – Daily Telegraph

“The National Trust is being sued for damages after a boy was killed when a two-ton tree branch collapsed on to a school party at a stately home.”

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Daily Telegraph, 22nd June 2011

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Coroner accuses midwives of colluding over baby death – Daily Telegraph

Posted June 8th, 2011 in causing death of children or vulnerable adults, midwives, news by tracey

“A coroner has accused midwives in a hospital maternity unit of colluding with each other over mistakes made in the care of a newborn baby who later bled to death.”

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Daily Telegraph, 7th June 2011

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Gloucester man cleared of murdering baby daughter – BBC News

Posted May 25th, 2011 in causing death of children or vulnerable adults, murder, news by sally

“A Gloucester man who said he was suffering from post-natal depression has been found not guilty of murdering his baby daughter.”

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BBC News, 24th May 2011

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All domestic abuse deaths to have multi-agency review – BBC News

“Every domestic abuse death is to be automatically reviewed in England and Wales in an effort to make sure lessons about violence in the home are learned.”

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BBC News, 13th April 2011

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Woman jailed for killing autistic son, 12, with bleach – BBC News

“A mother has been jailed for killing her 12-year-old autistic son by making him drink bleach.”

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BBC News, 1st April 2011

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Baby P mother withdraws appeal – BBC News

“Baby P’s mother Tracey Connelly, who was jailed indefinitely for her part in her son’s death, has dropped a bid to appeal against her sentence.”

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BBC News, 26th October 2009

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Man jailed for killing boy aged 2 – BBC News

“A man who killed his girlfriend’s two-year-old son after weeks of systematic violence has been jailed for six years.”

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BBC News, 2nd October 2009

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Baby P trio’s appeal bid refused – BBC News

“The three people jailed over Baby Peter Connelly’s death have been denied leave to appeal against their sentences.”

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BBC News, 11th September 2009

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Baby P three in sentence appeal – BBC News

“The three people responsible for the death of baby Peter Connelly have appealed against their sentences.”

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BBC News, 20th August 2009

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Baby P couple to be named – The Guardian

“The couple responsible for the death of Baby P will be publicly identified tonight after the expiry of a court order protecting their anonymity.”

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The Guardian, 10th August 2009

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Baby Peter minimum terms not to be referred as unduly lenient – Attorney General’s Office

” Baby Peter minimum terms not to be referred as unduly lenient.”

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Attorney General’s Office, 16th June 2009

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Attorney-General rules Baby P sentences ‘not too lenient’ – The Times

“The sentences handed out to the three people convicted over the brutal death of Baby P will stand after the Attorney-General today ruled they were not too lenient.”

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The Times, 16th June 2009

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Baby P: stepfather launches appeal – Daily Telegraph

“Baby P’s ‘stepfather’ has launched an attempt to overturn his convictions for rape and the part he played in the little boy’s death.”

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Daily Telegraph, 16th June 2009

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Mercy to father over airgun death – BBC News

“A man whose air rifle was used to shoot his toddler son dead when he left it unattended has walked free from court.”

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BBC News, 8th June 2009

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Baby P sentences to be reviewed by attorney general – The Guardian

“The attorney general is to ask the court of appeal to increase the sentences handed down in the Baby Peter case after several complaints from child welfare organisations and the public that they were disappointingly short.”

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The Guardian, 27th May 2009

Source: www.guardian.co.uk