Playing Families Torn Apart:
- CAS Corruption
- Are over-zealous social services acting on orders to meet adoption quotas?
- 'Stop trying to fix families we can't fix': Barnardo's head's 'heretic' call for bad parents to lose their children
- When should a child go into care?
- Social workers said because I was a soldier, I was more likely to be violent to my own children
- Furious MP accuses Suffolk Council of kidnap [Tim Yeo MP] - Part 1
- Social workers who snatched four-day-old baby put her up for adoption over unproven abuse claim
- Couple accuse social services of 'kidnapping' daughter
- Child protection facing criticism
- Fears over 'unjust adoption rise'
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Parents with learning difficulties are having their children taken into care by social workers because officials say they are too intellectually slow to cope, an ITV News investigation has found adoption seems to be the cheaper solution to the creation of parental assistance programs that could offer additional support to new-families in need.