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Call By Local Government Association Aims to Stop CSE in Its Tracks

The LGA aims to put an abrupt end to CSE with the introduction of “disruption orders” that would function on the same principles as Anti-Social Behaviour Orders and Domestic Violence Protection Orders. Local authorities are tired of their hands being tied when it comes to intervening in child sexual exploitationRead More

Referrals To Children’s Services Increase By Over 10%

Statistics issued by the Department of Education show that during the year 2013 – 2014 referrals to children’s social care in England totaled 657,800 – an increase of 10.8% over the previous year. Data on the source of referrals – collected for the first time – shows that almost 25%Read More

Studies Reveal the Implications of Divorce/Separation to the Workplace

Milner Elledge has been assisting families going through divorce for many years, & offer the cheapest local fixed rates on divorce packages. Milner Elledge also provide mediation services in Romford & Dagenham.  Mediation helps thousands of couples resolve difficult matters such as finance and children. With the current Government fundingRead More

Children’s and adolescents’ mental health service facing serious problems

A report by the Health Select Committee published on 5th November 2014, has warned there are ‘serious and deeply ingrained problems’ running throughout the entire system. According to the report, the safety of young people is at risk with access to inpatient mental health services severely inadequate. This means the safetyRead More

Couple petition minister to add “heart” to civil partnership conversion

A Devon couple presented the Minister for Equalities with a 40,000 signature petition requesting a change to the regulations which govern the civil partnership to same sex marriage conversion. Conversion of civil partnerships into marriage will be allowed as of 10th December 2014. However according to the draft Regulations 2014Read More

£20 million funding to help children adopted from care

In 2013, according to statistics, less than half of children adopted performed up to the standard levels in school. In contrast, seventy-five percent of children who were not adopted managed to meet the expected levels. This dramatic gap is indicative of the huge disadvantage that adopted children have at havingRead More