Research into adoption and care rates has revealed a postcode lottery. Children in some areas in England are 12 times more likely to be removed and adopted by child protection units. The BBC and the Bureau of Investigative Journalism sent Freedom of Information Act enquiries to all English local authorities. Half provided full responses. The …
11 June 2018 archive
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- Darwin Day passes unnoticed
- Parents protest against No Outsiders SexEd
- Brutal Britain including: Street Beggar rapes woman who tried to help him
- Open-Air Prayer at West Ham
- Brutal Britain Including: Violent crime up with killings, sex offences and knife attacks
- Prayer answered, but we need repentance!
- Brutal Britain including: Threat to Petrol Bomb Church In West Midlands
- Prayer saves all in Prince Philip crash
- Tory Remainers in disarray
- Will the Grinch steal Brexit?