With this family, what hope did poor Tia have?

Paul Bracchi; Tom Kelly; Tom Barnes
May 2013
Daily Mail;5/18/2013, p30
OUTSIDE the terrace house in Croydon, South London, where Tia Sharp used to stay with her grandmother, someone has left a bouquet with a message in the form of a poem. It begins: 'Three little words / Forget me not / They don't say much but mean a lot / Forget you not, we never will.'


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