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Parents facing 'unfair child abuse claims' over bruising

Parents are being investigated for possible child abuse because of the misinterpretation of guidelines on bruising in babies, it's claimed.

Official guidelines from health watchdog NICE for hospital workers suggest such bruising is very uncommon.

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Lawmakers brace for 'firestorm' over adoption bill backed by Colyer, Catholic Church

Kansas lawmakers will face renewed pressure from Gov. Jeff Colyer’s administration and the Catholic Church to pass new protections for faith-based child placement agencies when they resume their session this week.

The Kansas House last month fell five votes short of passing legislation stating that no child placement agency shall be denied a license or contract “solely because of the agency’s objection to performing, assisting, counseling, recommending, consenting to, referring or otherwise participating in a placement that violates such agency’s sincerely held religious beliefs.”

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Social worker who was charged more than a decade after first allegation of abuse in children's home goes on trial



A man who was in a children's home before he became a social worker abused and raped two troubled girls, a jury has heard.

Dean Gathercole, now aged 53, grew up in a Nottinghamshire children's home before he was fostered as a teenager.

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Victims of abuse in foster home feel let down over 'leniency' of abuser's sentence

There have been calls for an investigation into the case of three girls who were abused at a foster home in Co Galway.

The case has raised serious questions about how the Health Service Executive responded to the initial reports of abuse.

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Telford Grooming Scandal: Former Social Services Boss, Local Lawmakers Exposed as Paedophiles

Three former Telford lawmakers, including one who oversaw the social services department during the town’s Muslim rape gang epidemic, have been exposed as paedophiles.

Graham Bould, 60, was convicted in 2001 for sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy in Telford during the early 1980s. He served as chairman of Shropshire County Council’s social services department from 1993 to 1998 – when the issue of mainly white girls being groom by Pakistani Muslim men began to grow.

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