Children in care at risk since coronavirus crisis, say campaigners

The Guardian reports …

Changes to legal protections for children in care, introduced by the government as an emergency response to the coronavirus crisis, have been condemned as “deregulation on steroids” by children’s rights campaigners.

Campaigners described the decision to relax 10 key sets of regulations, developed over decades to protect the most vulnerable children in society, as an “outrageous assault on safeguards” and warned that children would be harmed.

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