Nadine Taylor, f4j coordinator, speaks to BBC news about the adoption case in which East Sussex county council placed a child for adoption before her natural father could prevent it. East Sussex county councils conduct was described by senior judges as ‘disgusting’ Furthermore, the judges accused the council of deliberately setting out to prevent the father being heard in court. The council ignored a letter from the father objecting to the adoption.



7:46am Thursday 14th January 2010

A number of reviews carried out by local authorities into cases where children were killed, abused or neglected have been branded “inadequate” by education watchdog Ofsted.

The Argus


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