October 2009
Community Care;10/8/2009, Issue 1790, p7
The article offers news briefs related to children care in Great Britain. "Community Care," journal will celebrate 20 years of the country's Children Act 1989 with a special review of the act in its October 29, 2009, edition. Disability groups fears that the welfare reform plans of the Conservative Party could hit many claimants of incapacity benefits. Ed Balls, Great Britain's children's secretary, has called for a serious case review into the abuse committed by nursery worker Vanessa George.


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