Shoesmith judge queries minister's power to dismiss service directors

April 2010
Community Care;4/29/2010, Issue 1816, p5
The article reports on the inquiry of Justice David Robert Foskett to the powers of children's secretary Ed Balls to dismiss director of children's services Sharon Shoesmith during the Baby P case in Haringey, London, England.


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