Edinburgh lodges formal complaint against Daily Mail

June 2009
Community Care;6/11/2009, Issue 1774, p11
The article reports that Edinburgh Council in Scotland has complained to the Press Complaints Commission (PCC) of Great Britain about The Daily Mail's coverage of a row over an adoption case. The Mail published reports in January and February 2009 criticising the council for allowing two children to be removed from their family and adopted by a same-sex couple. The Mail named and pictured a social worker involved in the case.


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