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    Children, Workforce

    Judge criticises council for section 20 ‘drift’

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    Adults

    Government to give councils Independent Living Fund money for four more years

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    Workforce

    No sanction for social worker who referred self to HCPC after confidentiality breach blamed on IT failings

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    Children, Workforce

    Judge criticises independent social worker for ‘face value’ assessment of abusive father

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    Workforce, Children

    Have your say on the future of children’s social work

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    Children, Workforce

    London children’s services leaders collaborate to drive down agency pay

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    Children, Workforce

    Judge recommends family group conferencing in non-accidental injury case

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    Workforce

    Cash-strapped social worker who stole guns and left ‘sorry’ note struck off

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    Children

    Social work in a refugee camp: ‘All we can do is bear witness to people’s trauma’

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    Adults, Children

    Latest deprivation of liberty ruling has ‘huge implications’ for children’s social workers

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    Workforce

    Social work trainee: ‘Why I chose Frontline’

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    Workforce

    ‘Recommend me or you’ll never see your children again’: social worker struck off for abuse of power

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    Children

    Council to pay looked-after child £5,000 compensation for immigration advice failures

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    Children

    Government agrees to take in more unaccompanied asylum-seeking children

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    Adults, Children

    Behind the wire: meet the social workers supporting military families on an RAF base

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    Workforce

    Patchy implementation of the ASYE leaves newly qualified social workers facing unprotected caseloads

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