'Political correctness' slowing down adoptions says children's minister

November 2010
Community Care;11/4/2010, Issue 1842, p9
The article focuses on the comments of Tim Loughton, Children's minister in Great Britain, on factors that are hampering child adoption in the country. Some social workers have been accused by Loughton of insisting on waiting for a perfect ethnic match before children are placed with prospective adoptive families. He says that there are too many hints of political correctness in the system.


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