Inspections chief cleared of bullying

A senior social worker has been cleared of bullying, an allegation
included in an anonymous letter sent to the Scottish

Angus Skinner, head of the Scottish Social Work Services
Inspectorate, was accused of physically and verbally abusing staff
and of failing to make an effective contribution to social work

An executive spokesperson said the allegations had been fully
investigated and nothing had been found to substantiate them.

Jim Dickie, president of the Association of Directors of Social
Work, said he had full confidence in the inquiry’s findings.

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