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December 2008
Community Care;12/4/2008, Issue 1750, p14
The article presents opinions from the journal's social care web diarists. A blog by Nushra Mansuri commented on an announcement by Ed Balls, Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families in Great Britain that every local authority will be required to have a trust board. Andrew Holman's blog noted that the popularity of learning disability parliaments is growing. Mike McNabb analyzes whether cannabis and ecstasy are in the same class.


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