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Children who repeatedly run away have in the past been “let down” by the adults charged with protecting them, officials in Wales have admitted.

New mothers should be interviewed by health visitors to see how they are coping with parenthood, according to a Government-backed study.

The Scottish Human Rights Commission have released a consultation on Scotland’s National Action Plan (SNAP) for human rights. SNAP hopes to set out realistic and practical ways to fill ‘gaps’ in human rights, build on good practice and help Scotland look outwards and move forward.  

New handheld computers will boost children’s mental health services by helping to quickly tailor treatment to meet their needs and showing them what progress they have made, Norman Lamb, Care and Support Minister announced.

Some of Hull's most vulnerable children will be put at risk by "alarming" new cutbacks, a union has warned.

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