The commentary of a BBC News review into a disaster to strengthen children vital in unregulated homes are a “scandal” – that’s according to Dame Louise Casey.
Dame Casey – who led a review into Rotherham Council after hundreds of girls were intimately exploited in a towns – says law is indispensable immediately for homes providing support to children over a age of 16.
On Wednesday, BBC News suggested that there have been over a dozen investigations have been launched into supposed “organised and formidable abuse” in England and Wales in a final 4 years involving unregulated homes.
The supervision in England says “children in caring or those withdrawal care, including comparison children, merit to be kept safe”.
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Reporter: Ed Thomas. Producer: Noel Titheradge. Camera and editor: Adam Walker.