Social services directors welcome Laming's focus on accountability

Leason, Katie
February 2003
Community Care;2/6/2003, Issue 1458, p18
Discusses the response of social service directors to Lord Laming's recommendations for British social services. Focus of Laming's recommendations; Views on the implementation of the recommendations; Reaction to Laming's emphasis on accountability in his recommendations.


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