Related Family and Criminal Proceedings: Nice Words, Harsh Realities #whistleblowerkids #forcedadoption

The network of committed and dedicated ‘online activists’ is remarkable:

The document reminds me of the letters by the Minister of Education Ed Timpson who is responsible for Children. He wrote to Belinda McKenzie, myself and the Chair of the EU Petitions Committee:

  • the law is clear
  • the Government wants to keep families together
  • and in the response to a question in Parliament he said: the number of children who die in care is very low: 50 a year…

What I’m trying to say is: MIND THE GAP between

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